The "11th" holiday is a day of leisure travel for ordinary people, but for doctors, they still have to stick to their posts. During the "November" holidays in previous years, I mostly worked on duty in the hospital, but this year, I took the time to go to Shenzhen to "attend appointments" for a meaningful "travel".
The 80-year-old Chen Jinyun suffers from severe mixed hemorrhoids, as well as various underlying diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, and coronary heart disease. He has been in many local hospitals and received conservative treatment. I heard that I was going to the hospital for a consultation. She came to the hospital early to wait with her children. The operation went well. The old lady had almost no pain. She moved normally 3 hours after the operation. She held my hand in the ward, and tears of joy came out.
There is also a 53-year-old male patient named Zhou Wenwei who was diagnosed with circular mixed hemorrhoids. Zhou Wenwei, who had undergone 3 operations, was a little bit of surgery phobia. He was trembling with nervousness when he heard that there would be surgery. I told him "I will try my best to relieve your pain through surgery" and he slowly calmed down. The operation was successful and there was no discomfort after the operation.
There were 10 operations in a row, from 9 am to nearly 1 noon, I was extremely exhausted, but seeing the patient's pain relieved, seeing the grassroots doctors gaining from the on-site guidance, it is worth it to be tired.
"The medical level of primary hospitals has improved, so that the health of the people can be guaranteed." On the return flight, I thought a lot - in the economically developed Shenzhen, the primary hospitals still need high-level doctors in such an urgent need. What is the situation in the region? The focus of China's medical reform is to strengthen the grassroots, and the foundation of strengthening the grassroots lies in talents. I'm over sixty years old. If I can train more high-level grassroots doctors for the rest of my life, I won't be in vain to become a famous teacher, and I have made some contributions to China's medical reform. Thinking of this, this "11th" "attendance" is indeed a worthwhile trip. (Compiled by Li Muyuan)