Update: 15:04 | 17/07/2019
(BGO) - On July 16, the Bac Giang General Hospital, in coordination with the Hanoi-based E Hospital, organized a meeting to review the implementation of the satellite hospital project from 2018 to June 2019, and launch tasks to 2020.
The provincial General Hospital is a satellite hospital of the E Hospital. In the period from 2018 to June 2019, the E Hospital conducted training and technical transfer for the provincial General Hospital in two majors: cardiology and emergency-resuscitation-poison control.
Prof. Dr. Le Ngoc Thanh, Director of the Hanoi-based E Hospital, introduces some techniques in the treatment of acute cardiovascular diseases.
Under the direct support of leading doctors from the Heart Center (the E Hospital), the provincial General Hospital has implemented some difficult techniques such as mediastinal surgery ( 20 cases); inserting coronary artery stents (204 cases); coronary artery angiography (617 cases); and cardiopulmonary, mediastinal, and chest examination (822 cases).
Thanks to the human resources training, technology transfer and machinery support from the satellite hospital project, the provincial General Hospital set up the interventional cardiovascular unit (under the Cardiology Department); the Chest- Orthopedics – Burns Treatment Department; the Stroke Division (under the Emergency Department).
Doctors of the E Hospital and the provincial General Hospital perform vascular intervention surgery at the provincial General Hospital.
From now to 2020, the Hanoi-based E Hospital will continue to maintain professional cooperation between the two hospitals. In particular, it will help the provincial General Hospital hold consultations on difficult cases, support the treatment of complicated cases related to cardiovascular diseases and vascular intervention; provide direct training for the doctors, technicians and nurses of the provincial General Hospital at the E-Hospital.
On this occasion, the E Hospital organized a conference to update, diagnose and treat some acute cardiovascular diseases for local doctors, technicians and nurses as well as directly discuss the development of common cases in emergency and treatment at the provincial level.