Recently, children's respiratory diseases such as mycoplasma infection and influenza are intertwined and superimposed, and children's hospitals around the country have maximized their diagnosis and treatment efforts to ensure that children receive medical treatment.

In order to allow children to receive timely treatment, the Children's Hospital Affiliated to Chongqing Medical University maximizes the diagnosis and treatment manpower to ensure that patients receive medical treatment. In addition, in terms of pathogenic testing, the hospital has also optimized the process to reduce the time spent on patients. Experts remind that if the child has symptoms of respiratory diseases, parents should send them to the hospital in time.

Hua Ziyu, Vice President of the Children's Hospital Affiliated to Chongqing Medical University: If the child has a persistent high fever, or even has convulsions, or has been in bad spirits, then he should go to the hospital as soon as possible and do not wait.

Respiratory diseases are mainly transmitted through droplets or airborne transmission, and some are transmitted through contact. Experts suggest that during the season of high incidence of respiratory diseases, parents should try not to take their children to crowded places, ventilate their homes in a timely manner, and timely vaccination, frequent hand washing, and wearing masks are all effective means of prevention.

Increase outpatient clinics on weekends and do a good job of triage countermeasures

Faced with the complex situation of superimposed infection of multiple pathogens after the winter, Hunan Provincial Children's Hospital has also taken measures to triage treatment.

Chen Yanping, Director of the Department of Respiratory Medicine and Chief Physician of Hunan Provincial Children's Hospital: Patients were triaged in various internal medicine departments, including outpatient clinics on weekends. Some patients may be triaged to the emergency department, fever clinic, or infectious disease unit. Everyone triages a little bit to ensure that the patient can come to the hospital for treatment.

At present, most of the patients infected with Mycoplasma pneumoniae in Hunan Provincial Children's Hospital are mild. Experts say that the public needs to pay attention to the timing of medical treatment and treatment, early identification, and early intervention. Whether it is Mycoplasma pneumoniae infection, influenza virus, or respiratory syncytial virus infection, the vast majority of children are under control after diagnosis and treatment. In addition, experts remind parents that they are about to enter the cold winter, and they should first pay attention to cold protection and keep warm, so as not to reduce immunity due to colds. Also, practice a healthy lifestyle and good personal hygiene. (CCTV News Client)