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Beijing’s 18 hospitals to build ‘greater paediatrics’

2017-10-24 来源:未知 编辑:the weeknd

The Coordinated Development Center of Paediatrics(CDCP) was established on October 23, according to Beijing Municipal Administration of Hospitals.

Beijing Children’s Hospital, Capital Institute of Paediatrics and other sixteen municipal hospitals’ paediatrics departments will implement the integration of medical treatment, teaching, research and application, to meet the applied need of children’s common diseases.

CDCP will set up the chief expert team and the academic committee. Beijing Children’s Hospital and Capital Institute of Paediatrics will send their experts to hold consultations and make ward rounds in the other 16 hospitals and these 16 hospitals can also send their doctors to learn in the two hospitals.

In addition, CDCP will improve the medical level of the general hospitals’ paediatrics departments by remote medical treatment, said Pan Suyan, vice head of Beijing Municipal Administration of Hospitals.

“Our eighteen hospitals will be equate to one with CDCP. Beijing Children’s Hospital will share the quality resources with the general hospitals’ paediatrics departments,” said Ni Xin, director of Beijing Children’s Hospital and head of CDCP.

Now, the general hospitals are universally not able to take some specificity checks in paediatrics.

In the future, the patients’ test specimen taken on any of the general hospitals’ paediatrics departments will be sent directly to Beijing Children’s Hospital or Capital Institute of Paediatrics for test and the test result will also be returned to the hospital where the patient took the test specimen, thus the patient can avoid back and forth between different hospitals.

One kind of aided diagnosis and treatment tool based on artificial intelligence is under development and it is aimed to realize the smart diagnosis for the child patients main diseases based on the clinical data of Beijing Children’s Hospital.

“We will turn our experts’ diagnosis experience into the basis for diagnosis and provide them to the members of the CDCP to use for free,” said Ni, adding that the system will generate and confine the range of diseases as the reference for doctors’ diagnosis, after the doctors put in the patients’ symptoms and test results.

“It will be definitely helpful for those doctors who lack of diagnosis experience and much training,” said Ni.

“The first aided diagnosis and treatment system for disease of respiratory system has been launched so far. We will continue the research and development of other aided systems for children’s digestive system, hematologic malignancies and nervous system,” Ni said.

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