Call of Duty never arrives late, never absent in front of missions-
  Chen Jing, Chief Nurse of Nursing Department, Second Affiliated Hospital of Naval Medical University

[Struggling to be strong, the most beautiful new era revolutionary soldier]

  "New Year's Eve, we set foot on the battlefield against the epidemic; in the graduation season, you are about to make contributions to the sea..."

  On the afternoon of July 17, at the “Heroes of Anti-epidemic Stories” held at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Naval Military Medical University, the head nurse Chen Jing received applause from the audience as soon as she appeared. She shared her unforgettable experience in fighting the epidemic in Wuhan. All the graduates who listened at the scene took a vivid graduation education class.

  "My feet are like a wind, and my mouth keeps talking." Chen Jing, who has served as the head nurse of the hospital nursing department for more than 3 months after returning from the epidemic, still administers injections to patients, leads nurses to sterilize machines, and tirelessly explains Operating norms... Whether it's the clinical frontline or the mission frontline, she always maintains that kind of hard work.

"Win the battle, zero infection!"

  Call of Duty is never late, never absent in front of missions-this is a true portrayal of Chen Jing's career in white clothes.

  In 2014, Chen Jing traveled to the Ebola epidemic area in Liberia, Africa, on behalf of the motherland, and performed the mission of "Aid Liberia against Egypt" for more than 100 days. In 2018, Chen Jing accompanied the hospital ship "Peace Ark" to perform the "Harmony Mission-2018" mission for more than 8 months. This year's Lunar New Year's Eve, on the days when thousands of families were reunited, Chen Jing received a phone call to join the medical team and rush to Wuhan to complete the task of treating the new crown pneumonia epidemic. She packed her bags in an unusually calm manner and said goodbye to her family as usual. Frequent missions keep Chen Jing in a "fighting" state at all times, and she has long been mentally prepared to go to the front line of epidemic prevention and control.

  Prepared medical supplies overnight, and handed over to the counterpart hospital overnight... After arriving in Wuhan, Chen Jing and his comrades could not take a rest, and immediately began preparations for treatment. In an intense and busy state, she couldn't help but think of the missions she had personally experienced, especially the days when she was fighting the virus stubbornly during the “aid against Egypt”. "Win the war, zero infection!" Once again, she stepped onto the battlefield to compete with the virus. These six words became her only wish at the time.

Care for the critically ill area

  The intensive care unit is the area with the most concentrated and most critically ill patients in the designated anti-epidemic hospital. Upon arriving in Wuhan, Chen Jing strongly applied to work in the critically ill area, and worked for nearly 80 days and nights.

  "I have actual combat experience and I am familiar with night shift work." Chen Jing took the initiative to say to the team leader that she has long been engaged in night hemodialysis care and has experience in fighting Ebola. She is the most suitable candidate to undertake work in critically ill areas. . During the eight days of working in Hankou Hospital, Chen Jing worked in the critically ill area for more than 10 hours a day. After moving to Huoshenshan Hospital, she led a few key staff to arrange the ward all night, ranging from tens of millions of medical equipment to all kinds of sutures. They were transported shoulder-to-back like "ants moving". In 3 days, she and her comrades built a modern ICU ward that was clean, orderly, and standardized.

  Nursing work needs to guard patients day and night, and the risk of facing the virus is very high. In order to improve the condition of critically ill patients as soon as possible, Chen Jing is not afraid to have long, close contact with them. Once, when she was feeding a patient, the patient suddenly vomited. While soothing, she took out the washbasin, poured warm water, and wiped the patient clean.

  In order to solve the difficulties in communicating with elderly patients, Chen Jing specially produced the "New Crown Nurse-Patient Communication Handbook". The patients looked at cartoon pictures and gave feedback to the nurses on their physiological and psychological demands. A little lively atmosphere.

"Hardcore" protect comrades

  Every day before and after entering and leaving the critically ill area, Chen Jing must be "accountable" to her nursing team, repeatedly emphasizing a series of nearly harsh protection requirements.

  "When I was in Wuhan, I didn't laugh so much because my comrades smiled brightly when they returned." Chen Jing said frankly that the nurses in the intensive care unit are exhausted quickly, their immunity is easily reduced, and the risk of infection is very high. For the safety and health of the girls, It is worthwhile to say "Protect yourself" a hundred or a thousand times a day, even if you cry out.

  Five years ago, on the battlefield of the fight against Ebola in West Africa, Chen Jing witnessed the brutal virus fragmenting local families one after another. Therefore, looking at the young and immature faces in this young nursing team every day of the epidemic, her heart is hard to calm: "I brought these children here. If you can't bring them back safely, How to explain to their parents..."

  In order to "explain" this sentence, the more dangerous it is, the more Chen Jing rushes forward. In the intensive care unit, Chen Jing always completes the operation of every nursing link first. "As long as there is a head nurse, we can rely on it, and we are not afraid of anything." Nurse Zhao Ziying said.

  Take off the protective clothing and put on a dovetail cap. Chen Jing took the group of 47 nurse girls who followed her to fight the epidemic back to Shanghai safe and sound, and they still follow Chen Jing in their ordinary nursing posts.

(Our reporter Liu Xiaobing, our correspondent Wang Zefeng)