SAHZU shares its experience of treating COVID-19 with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHU) and Brigham and Women's Hospital of Harvard Medical School, two world-leading American medical institutions, via video conference at 8 AM, March 20 Beijing time.
At 6 PM March 13, a video conference connecting Hangzhou, Wuhan, Ireland and UK was held. SAHZU’s experience in preventing and controlling the spread of COVID-19 was shared with over 30 Irish and UK top medical experts.
SAHZU's two Wuhan medical teams, ICU team and Tianyou Hospital team, are among the 113 units honored with the title of "National Outstanding Healthcare Collectives in Preventing and Controlling Coronavirus Disease 2019"
SAHZU multidisciplinary specialist team and SAHZU medical aid team at Wuhan discussed about the treatment plan of a critically ill patient diagnosed with the novel coronavirus-infected pneumonia (NCIP) who is currently taken care by the SAHZU medical aid team at Wuhan Union Hospital through video conferencing system on Feb 21.
Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus (2019 n-COV), SAHZU has sent 8 doctors and 7 nurses from Respiratory Medicine, Cardiology and Intensive Care Unit, and 1 hospital infection control expert to Wuhan to provide medical aid.
SAHZU achieved remarkable results in the clinical application of implanted Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) devices. A 72-year-old quadriplegia patient now can use his "mind power" to control machine arm to perform major upper limb movements.
The Second Affiliated Hospital Zhejiang University School of Medicine celebrated its 150th anniversary of founding.
SAHZU and Italian National Institute of Health signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019. The objective of the MOU is to establish the Sino-Italian Joint Laboratory on Cardiovascular Diseases to enhance communication and collaboration in research and education related to cardiovascular diseases, particularly valvular heart diseases, between China and Italy.
Eight Group Standards of Hospital Quality and Safety Management released by Chinese Hospital Association earlier this year has officially come into effect on Oct. 1. Among them, the national standard for follow-up was set and authored by SAHZU Nursing Department.