(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) China's Anti-epidemic Medical Expert Group in Ethiopia Departs
China News Service, Chengdu, April 16 (Reporter He Shaoqing) At the invitation of the Ethiopian government, China's anti-epidemic medical expert group from Ethiopia departed from Chengdu on the 16th and went to Ethiopia to help carry out epidemic prevention and control work.
The expert group was established by the China National Health Commission and selected by the Sichuan Provincial Health Commission. A total of 12 people were from West China Hospital of Sichuan University, Sichuan Center for Disease Control, Sichuan Provincial People's Hospital, Affiliated Hospital of Southwest Medical University, and Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospitals, specializing in areas such as respiration, severe illness, hospital sense, public health, nursing, traditional Chinese medicine, etc.
The expert team was led by Vice President Zeng Yong of West China Hospital of Sichuan University. Zeng Yong said that the epidemic has no borders. After arriving in Ethiopia, the medical team will seize the time to understand the epidemic and exchange anti-epidemic experience with local counterparts to promote cooperation in the medical and health fields.
"One of the important goals of my trip is to prevent the spread of the epidemic and give full play to the advantages of traditional Chinese medicine." As the only Chinese medicine expert in the expert group, Jin Wei, deputy director of the emergency department of the Affiliated Hospital of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, introduced the expert group in advance Sichuan's "Xinguan No.1, No.2, No.3" traditional Chinese medicine preparation with significant clinical observation effect will be packaged and checked. If the Ethiopian patient's condition is suitable for the Sichuan program, the preparation will be used.
Many family members of experts from the medical team came to the airport to see off their relatives. "After the epidemic, we were all working in the field of epidemic prevention. My father has applied many times for this rescue in Ethiopia." Ma Xiaozhen, the wife of Lei Gaopeng, deputy chief technician of the Sichuan CDC, saw her husband disappear at the security checkpoint. Reluctantly took the young daughter to leave.
The expert group accompanied the medical relief materials donated by the Chinese government. After arriving in Ethiopia, the expert team will also provide guidance for the prevention and control of the new coronary pneumonia epidemic for local overseas Chinese and Chinese students. (Finish)