Shanghai Tenth Hospital Unveiled the Inauguration of the Neurological Intensive Wisdom Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Center

"Beidou" joins hands in medical treatment for the first time, empowering critical emergency first aid to "speed up again"

  News from our newspaper (Reporter Li Chenyan) The "Beidou" navigation system has joined hands with the medical industry for the first time.

Yesterday, the reporter learned from Shanghai Tenth People’s Hospital that the Department of Neurosurgery of Shanghai Tenth Hospital, Shanghai Jiaotong University Beidou Navigation and Location Service Key Laboratory, Shanghai Beidou Navigation Innovation Research Institute and other institutions have jointly established the Shanghai Tenth Hospital Neurosurgery and Critical Care Intelligent Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Center. It will closely integrate the extensive needs of the neurosurgery field of the Shanghai Tenth Hospital in the field of critical illness, with the goal of "Beidou + 5G + smart medical care", and establish a system that can dynamically observe, disseminate, and evaluate the condition of critically ill patients, and empower critical emergency first aid to "speed up again." .

  Walking into the Shanghai Tenth Hospital's Neurological Intensive Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Center, a sense of the future is blown away-two huge screens facing east and west, a piece of information on the situation of neurocritical patients admitted to the Shanghai Tenth Hospital and the Union Hospital, such as the total number of remote consultations , Remote monitoring of the number of managed patients, geographical distribution information, etc.; the other section shows the details of patient signs, such as ECG, respiration, blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation, intracranial pressure, heart beat output index and other important indicators, all data are based on It is presented in the form of dynamic numbers and trend curves.

As long as the doctors of the Shanghai No. 10 Hospital sit in front of the screen, they can grasp all the medical information of critically ill patients thousands of miles away on one screen, providing powerful support for accurate assessment of the condition and prognosis.

  With the support of 5G technology, why introduce the "Beidou" navigation system?

Professor Gao Liang, director of the Department of Neurosurgery of the Tenth Shanghai Hospital, said bluntly that the actual results of telemedicine are not satisfactory, and the "two skins" phenomenon of communication technology and medical technology is the crux of the problem.

"Technical personnel building communication networks know very little about medicine, and medical personnel don't understand the characteristics of cutting-edge communication technology. This has caused the current telemedicine to still focus on static, isolated, and fragmented medical data transmission." Gao Liang said, The cooperation between the Shanghai Tenth Hospital and the Beidou team of Shanghai Jiaotong University is to break the previous shackles. The two sides have cooperated in-depth to seek more active and efficient solutions for the medical diagnosis and treatment of critically ill patients.

  It is reported that the construction of the Shanghai Tenth Hospital Neurosurgery Intelligent Medical Diagnosis and Treatment Center will be supported by the massive treatment data of neurosurgery patients accumulated in the Shanghai Tenth Hospital Neurosurgery, through AI learning and algorithm optimization, so that the system has real-time analysis and judgment of the patient's condition and the future. Preliminary capabilities that may be headed.

Once a bad sign is found in the dynamic data curve and exceeds the pre-set threshold, the system will automatically issue an alarm, and the doctor can promptly provide remote guidance after receiving the relevant warning information.

  With remote, real-time, structured monitoring and early warning of various physiological and pathological indicators of critically ill patients, and relying on the neurosurgery ability of the Shanghai Tenth Hospital for neurosurgery, more patients can not only get rid of the pursuit of death, but also win Better prognosis and effectively improve the quality of life.

  More importantly, with the support of the "Beidou" navigation system, telemedicine may be "always online" in the future.

"We hope that the first time for medical treatment and diagnosis and treatment can be pushed to the first ambulance scene." He Di, executive deputy director of the Beidou Navigation and Location Services Key Laboratory of Shanghai Jiaotong University, said that with the deepening of cooperation, it is expected that neuro-intensive care will be combined with The rescue function is integrated into the handheld equipment, and the "Beidou" signal will make 5G telemedicine "always online".

This means that even if you encounter unexpected accidents in the wilderness, you can get the professional advice of specialist medical staff in the first time. At the same time, the "Beidou" system will intelligently plan patient transfer lines, automatically avoid congested and dangerous roads, and ensure that patients are in the shortest possible time. Time to send to medical institutions.