China News Network, Hangzhou, April 10 (Reporter Zhang Bin) On the 10th, the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine and the China Children's Association released the "Little Yellow Man" aid project for poor children online (hereinafter referred to as "Little Huang") "People" rescue project), will continue to carry out free pediatric liver transplantation for poor children with congenital biliary atresia.

According to reports, the bile of children with congenital biliary atresia cannot be smoothly discharged from the bile duct, and then the body is waxy yellow, becoming a "little yellow man", and irreversible cholestasis cirrhosis gradually occurs, and eventually liver failure and liver coma , Many can't live one year old.

Liang Tingbo (right) talks with parents of poor children. Photo courtesy of Zhejiang University First Hospital

"As a national medical team, the First Hospital of Zhejiang University shoulders certain social responsibilities to help the poor in medical treatment and help win the battle against poverty." Liang Tingbo, an expert in organ transplantation in China and secretary of the First Hospital of Zhejiang University, said.

In the early stage, the "Little Yellow Man" rescue project has treated 40 "Little Yellow Men" from all over the country. During the New Coronary Pneumonia epidemic this year, Liang Tingbo, on the one hand, directed the fight against "epidemic disease", and on the other hand, as the person in charge of the "Little Yellow Man" rescue project, he has successively implemented more than 20 cases of pediatric liver transplantation.

Liang Tingbo (right 2) is undergoing surgery. Photo courtesy of Zhejiang University First Hospital

According to the hospital, the first hospital of Zhejiang University has carried out nearly 10,000 cases of liver, kidney, heart, lung and small intestine transplantation. It is one of the earliest pediatric liver transplantation units in China. Currently, various types of pediatric liver transplantation have been implemented. There are more than 2,800 cases of liver transplantation, and the success rate of surgery is nearly 100%, and the long-term survival rate is in the leading position in the industry. Most of the children recovered well after the operation. Some of them have participated in the transplant games many times and won awards. Some have entered the university and participated in the work as expected.

The hospital introduced that the "Little Yellow Man" rescue project will use the Alibaba charity platform charity baby to raise funds to provide help to sick children. (Finish)