China News Service, Shanghai, September 30th (Chen Jing, Chen Xiaqiong, Xiaoxin) The reporter learned on the 30th that after nearly two weeks of active treatment, he was stationed at the Maqin County People's Hospital in Shanghai on the Qinghai Guoluo Snowy Plateau, 2,700 kilometers away from Shanghai. The medical team from Qinghai Province and medical support experts from Qinghai Province, together with experts from Shanghai Fourth People's Hospital affiliated to Tongji University, successfully treated a patient with acute severe biliary pancreatitis.
The recovered Tibetan youth Ari (pseudonym) made a special trip to Maqin County People's Hospital to thank the medical staff who saved his life.
It is understood that Ari, a 27-year-old Tibetan youth, developed severe abdominal pain after drinking alcohol and eating greasy at a party two weeks ago, so he went to Maqin County People's Hospital for treatment.
On admission, Ari's jaundice continued to increase, and bilirubin increased to 180 μmol/L, accompanied by an abnormal increase in infection indicators.
After careful examination and evaluation by the doctor of the hospital, he was diagnosed with acute severe biliary pancreatitis.
Ari's condition is critical and progressing rapidly.
Physician Zhu Xinpu from Shanghai Fourth People's Hospital affiliated to Tongji University, the fifth batch of youth aid cadres in Shanghai, quickly came to the patient, carefully inquired about the medical history, checked physical signs, and fully understood the evolution of the disease.
Together with the Shanghai Youth Aid Medical Team, he invited Professor Qi Dachuan, Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery, Shanghai Fourth People's Hospital affiliated to Tongji University, and cooperated with experts from Qingnan Branch to quickly carry out remote multidisciplinary joint diagnosis and treatment.
Qingnan Branch Medical is a provincial medical support team organized by Qinghai Province.
While implementing a series of standardized fasting, gastrointestinal decompression, acid suppression treatment, pancreatic enzyme inhibitor treatment, anti-infection and other treatment measures, Dr. Huang Yuan, a youth aid talent from the Emergency Medicine Department of Shanghai Fourth People's Hospital, has always been Pay close attention to the details of the changes in Ari's condition.
According to the changes in his condition, he organized expert consultations and discussions in a timely manner, and adjusted the best treatment plan in a timely manner.
Under the multidisciplinary joint diagnosis and treatment, the doctors overcome the difficulties one by one, successfully relieved the obstruction of the bile and pancreatic ducts in Ari, effectively controlled the infection, corrected the water and electrolyte disorders, and corrected the endocrine and exocrine dysfunction.
On September 20, the young man recovered and was discharged from the hospital.
Zhu Xinpu told reporters that acute biliary pancreatitis is a common clinical pancreatitis.
The obstruction of pancreatic juice drainage and abnormal activation of pancreatic enzymes are the core mechanisms leading to the disease.
The doctor said that compared with the plain area, the incidence of gallstones in the plateau area is significantly higher, which is related to the unique plateau hypoxic environment and diet structure.
On the basis of these factors, one-time drinking and greasy diet can induce acute biliary pancreatitis.
Zhu Xinpu said that the treatment of this case suggests that medical workers in the aid of youth need to pay more attention to the healthy lifestyle of the plateau population, such as changing unhealthy eating habits and insisting on prevention.
At the same time, medical workers in aid of youth need to continuously improve their ability to treat common and frequently-occurring diseases in plateau areas, equip necessary medical facilities and equipment, master necessary key medical technologies, and actively help rural revitalization in the western region.