This bus transformed into a mobile ambulance can provide emergency medical treatment for three to four patients at a time. Multiple high end medical facilities and the use of 5G networks will enable an immediate and reliable emergency medical response during the Asian Games and beyond.
The 12th China Charity Awards announced its awardees of this year on September 5. The SAHZU Mobile Eye Hospital Project is highlighted with this top honor for public welfare and charity in China.
Chair of SAHZU Orthopedics Prof. YE Zhaoming and his team published a research article titled An on-demand collaborative innate-adaptive immune response to infection treatment in the Journal of Advanced Materials on July 31th, presenting an innovative strategy to harness host immune responses for the treatment of deep tissue infections.
Recently, Chair of SAHZU Orthopedics Prof. YE Zhaoming collaborated with SAHZU Orthopedic Surgeon Prof. YU Xiaohua and Prof. CUI Wenguo (Ruijin Hospital of Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine) in pioneering the cytokine efficacy recovery system (CERS), inspired by kinetic energy recovery systems (KERS) in hybrid vehicles. Their findings were published in Advanced Materials.
SAHZU scientists received totally 199 NSFC grants. The total number of awarded NSFC grants rank the second among all Chinese hospitals for 3 years running and the first in Zhejiang province for 13 years running.
On July 31, 14-year-old Coco (pseudonym) looked at the cotton candy-like clouds in the blue sky outside the flight cabin and found inner peace that she had never felt before.
Recently, a foreign patient showed up at Dr. LIN Jijian's clinic, looking very much worried. He might need help. Dr. LIN immediately sensed his anxiety.
Thirty SAHZU physicians completed the 1st intensive clinical research training course co-organized by SAHZU and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (HSPH).
A full-scale medical emergency exercise in air, water, and land scenarios for the upcoming Asian Games was conducted by SAHZU on June 19.
Recently, a "special" patient, Ms. RU, was presented at the clinic of the Interim Chair of SAHZU Gynecology Dr. ZHOU Jianwei.
Dr. Sujai Nikhil from India has finished a three month training at SAHZU focusing on interventional cardiology procedures and structural heart problems. Watch what he has gained from this program!
A full scale multi-organizational emergency exercises was conducted by SAHZU, the primary healthcare service provider of the Hangzhou Asian Games, in collaboration with other partners.
A 24 Indian student was diagnosed with right frontal lobe brain abscess and severe brain edema which paralyzed his left side limbs.