Kuli, a high school girl from Xinjiang, can finally stand up straight after having a major surgery in August to correct her 50-degree sideway curved spine.
A SAHZU dentist was recently awarded the top prize of English contest
Article about Chinese Pulmonary Health Published on The Lancet by SAHZU Professor
Mr. DING has never felt health is so important until 2 stranger lungs were transplanted into his body and saved his life.
Recently, the first 4 Transcatheter Mitral Valve Repair using Neochord system in China were successfully performed by Prof. Jian’an WANG’s team at SAHZU. The 4 patients, 3 of whom are over 80 years old, all recovered well after the procedure with much less mitral valve regurgitation. This Neochord dev
12 organ transplantation surgeries, including 1 heart transplant, 2 lung transplants, 3 liver transplants, 6 kidney transplants, were successfully performed within same day on April 28 at SAHZU. From 8 am to 11 pm, over 100 SAHZU doctors and nurses from HPB Surgery, Cardiovascular Surgery, Urology, Thoracic Surgery, Intensive Care Unit, Anesthesiology, Ultrasound, Clinical Laboratory, Blood Bank etc., fought together for a total of 15 hours in this remarkable event.
Philipp Wiesner is an interventional cardiology fellow at the Banner-University Medical Center. Dr. Wiesner recently had an interview with TCC about his path of becoming a clinical cardiology specialist. He talked about his clinical experience at SAHZU where he spent about 2 months with SAHZU Cardiology in 2016 for an international exchange program between SAHZU and UCLA.
On March 22 and 23, the SAHZU-UCLA Clinical Research Training Workshop was successfully held at SAHZU, Hangzhou, China. 6 prominent UCLA researchers, including Prof. Jack Needleman, fellow of National Academy of Medicine and Chair of Department of Health Policy and Management of UCLA Fiedling School of Public Health, Prof. Steven Dubinett, UCLA Associate Vice Chancellor for Research, and Prof. Zuofeng Zhang, Associate Dean of UCLA Fiedling School of Public Health, were invited to deliver speeches at the workshop. UCLA experience on clinical trial design, research infrastructure innovation, clinical epidemiology study, bayesian statistics and big data were kindly shared with hundreds of SAHZU research talents, department chairs and hospital leadership. UCLA experts even had one-on-one clinical study consultation with SAHZU researchers.
In February, the National Health Commission of China released the first national list of rare diseases in China and reported that a national network to support the diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases is developed. 324 Chinese hospitals have joined the network, 12 of which are in Zhejiang. SAHZU serves as the leading hospital for the diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases in the province among the 12 hospitals.
The World Journal of Emergency Medicine (WJEM), based at SAHZU, entered the journal list of the Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE). Its articles dated back to the first edition of 2016 were included in the database.