China-Coronavirus/Medics

Liaoning intensive care medics dedicated to saving critically ill COVID-19 patients in Wuhan

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Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of medical workers taking care of patient
2. Various of ECMO equipment
3. Medical workers taking care of patient
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team (ending with shot 5):
"This patient is in critical condition. We plan to try some blood purification techniques to clear the inflammatory mediators from his body to stabilize him."
5. Various of medical workers taking care of patient
6. Medical workers moving patient onto bed
7. Medical worker talking through smart phone
8. Various of medical worker taking care of patient
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Jia Jia, deputy chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"Normally, a patient accepts ECMO support for 13 days, but this patient used it for 25 days. We will never give up on him."
10. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"The 25 days is testing our team. To take care of the patient, we specially formed an ECMO nursing team with more than 20 nurses to take care of him 24 hours a day."
11. Doctor pointing at paper
12. Ding talking with other medical worker
13. Various of medical workers wearing protective suits
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"Saving the life of such a patient who is in critical condition, I believe, it will encourages our intensive care medical staff and accumulate precious experience in winning the fight against the virus."
15. Medical workers pushing ward into hospital
16. Ward; medical workers taking care of patients
17. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yang Li, medical worker, Liaoning intensive care team:
"When we were on the night shift, I felt my work was very difficult as the patients in the ICU were at a high risk of death. But now, when you go in, the room looks bright and spacious and patients are smiling. They talk with us cheerfully and we feel happy too. It's hard to remember the difficulties."
18. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"By accumulating this clinical experience, we treat some patients with severe diseases before they become critical. This is our role for being here. Many patients have accepted our timely treatment in terms of antiviral, anti-inflammatory, immune regulation or organ protection that prevent their conditions from getting worse."
19. Various of medical workers talking with patient in ward
20. Medical worker walking with patient
21. Ding (third from left), Ding's teammates posing for photos with ECMO equipment in front of them

Storyline


An intensive care team from northeast China's Liaoning Province is working hard in Wuhan City by pouring their hearts into saving critically ill patients from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by using a variety of techniques.

Ding Renyu is the chief of the medical team which consists of 150 medical workers. His team took the lead at Renmin Hospital of Wuhan University in using extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machines and have saved a 35-year-old critically ill patient's life by adopting a series of treatments.

"This patient is in critical condition. We plan to try some blood purification techniques to clear the inflammatory mediators from his body to stabilize him," Ding said.

Most patients only need the ECMO for 13 days, but this patient needed it for 25 days.

"Normally, a patient accepts ECMO support for 13 days, but this patient used it for 25 days. We will never give up on him," said Jia Jia, deputy chief of the medical team.

After 25 days of round-the-clock treatment and care, the patient was able to be taken off of the ECMO on March 5. Even though he did not need the ECMO, the patient still needed the help of a respirator.

"The 25 days tested our team. To take care of the patient, we specially formed an ECMO nursing team with more than 20 nurses to take care of him 24 hours a day," Ding said.

Ding said his goal moving forward is to adopt rehabilitation for the patient's lungs and to allow him to be taken off the respirator.

"Saving the life of such a patient who is in critical condition, I believe, it will encourages our intensive care medical staff and accumulate precious experience in winning the fight against the virus," Ding said.

Previously, the ICU had 80 patients and the medical workers had to stay alert to make sure they could assist their patients day or night.

"When we were on the night shift, I felt my work was very difficult as the patients in the ICU were at a high risk of death. But now, when you go in, the room looks bright and spacious and patients are smiling. They talk with us cheerfully and we feel happy too. It's hard to remember the difficulties," said Yang Li, a medical worker of Liaoning intensive care team.

Ding acknowledged that now they are able to treat patients in a more timely manner and help them before they become severely ill.

"By accumulating this clinical experience, we treat some patients with severe diseases before they become critical. This is our role for being here. Many patients have accepted our timely treatment in terms of antiviral, anti-inflammatory, immune regulation or organ protection that prevent their conditions from getting worse," Ding said.

As of March 22, the intensive care team has treated 129 patients with 33 in critical condition and 91 in severe condition. There are only 22 patients in the area the team is in charge of.

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  • ID : 8138763
  • Published : 2020-03-26 21:24
  • Last Modified : 2020-03-26 21:29:41
  • Location : China
  • Category : health,society
  • Duration : 3'44
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats/Part Mute
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Version : 2

China-Coronavirus/Medics

Liaoning intensive care medics dedicated to saving critically ill COVID-19 patients in Wuhan

Dateline : Recent

Location : China

Duration : 3'44

  • English


Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - Recent (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of medical workers taking care of patient
2. Various of ECMO equipment
3. Medical workers taking care of patient
4. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team (ending with shot 5):
"This patient is in critical condition. We plan to try some blood purification techniques to clear the inflammatory mediators from his body to stabilize him."
5. Various of medical workers taking care of patient
6. Medical workers moving patient onto bed
7. Medical worker talking through smart phone
8. Various of medical worker taking care of patient
9. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Jia Jia, deputy chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"Normally, a patient accepts ECMO support for 13 days, but this patient used it for 25 days. We will never give up on him."
10. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"The 25 days is testing our team. To take care of the patient, we specially formed an ECMO nursing team with more than 20 nurses to take care of him 24 hours a day."
11. Doctor pointing at paper
12. Ding talking with other medical worker
13. Various of medical workers wearing protective suits
14. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"Saving the life of such a patient who is in critical condition, I believe, it will encourages our intensive care medical staff and accumulate precious experience in winning the fight against the virus."
15. Medical workers pushing ward into hospital
16. Ward; medical workers taking care of patients
17. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Yang Li, medical worker, Liaoning intensive care team:
"When we were on the night shift, I felt my work was very difficult as the patients in the ICU were at a high risk of death. But now, when you go in, the room looks bright and spacious and patients are smiling. They talk with us cheerfully and we feel happy too. It's hard to remember the difficulties."
18. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Ding Renyu, chief, Liaoning intensive care team:
"By accumulating this clinical experience, we treat some patients with severe diseases before they become critical. This is our role for being here. Many patients have accepted our timely treatment in terms of antiviral, anti-inflammatory, immune regulation or organ protection that prevent their conditions from getting worse."
19. Various of medical workers talking with patient in ward
20. Medical worker walking with patient
21. Ding (third from left), Ding's teammates posing for photos with ECMO equipment in front of them


An intensive care team from northeast China's Liaoning Province is working hard in Wuhan City by pouring their hearts into saving critically ill patients from the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by using a variety of techniques.

Ding Renyu is the chief of the medical team which consists of 150 medical workers. His team took the lead at Renmin Hospital of Wuhan University in using extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machines and have saved a 35-year-old critically ill patient's life by adopting a series of treatments.

"This patient is in critical condition. We plan to try some blood purification techniques to clear the inflammatory mediators from his body to stabilize him," Ding said.

Most patients only need the ECMO for 13 days, but this patient needed it for 25 days.

"Normally, a patient accepts ECMO support for 13 days, but this patient used it for 25 days. We will never give up on him," said Jia Jia, deputy chief of the medical team.

After 25 days of round-the-clock treatment and care, the patient was able to be taken off of the ECMO on March 5. Even though he did not need the ECMO, the patient still needed the help of a respirator.

"The 25 days tested our team. To take care of the patient, we specially formed an ECMO nursing team with more than 20 nurses to take care of him 24 hours a day," Ding said.

Ding said his goal moving forward is to adopt rehabilitation for the patient's lungs and to allow him to be taken off the respirator.

"Saving the life of such a patient who is in critical condition, I believe, it will encourages our intensive care medical staff and accumulate precious experience in winning the fight against the virus," Ding said.

Previously, the ICU had 80 patients and the medical workers had to stay alert to make sure they could assist their patients day or night.

"When we were on the night shift, I felt my work was very difficult as the patients in the ICU were at a high risk of death. But now, when you go in, the room looks bright and spacious and patients are smiling. They talk with us cheerfully and we feel happy too. It's hard to remember the difficulties," said Yang Li, a medical worker of Liaoning intensive care team.

Ding acknowledged that now they are able to treat patients in a more timely manner and help them before they become severely ill.

"By accumulating this clinical experience, we treat some patients with severe diseases before they become critical. This is our role for being here. Many patients have accepted our timely treatment in terms of antiviral, anti-inflammatory, immune regulation or organ protection that prevent their conditions from getting worse," Ding said.

As of March 22, the intensive care team has treated 129 patients with 33 in critical condition and 91 in severe condition. There are only 22 patients in the area the team is in charge of.

ID : 8138763

Published : 2020-03-26 21:24

Last Modified : 2020-03-26 21:29:41

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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