SAHZU took the lead in launching online nursing consultation and home nursing service programs in Zhejiang province, as a response to the call of initiating the "Internet Plus" nursing by the Zhejiang provincial government.
SAHZU scientist, cardiologist and vice president Prof. HU Xinyang and her research team were awarded for their remarkable work in cardiac function reconstruction by the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF), the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) and the National Commission of China for UNESCO on Saturday in Beijing.
About 200 doctors and nurses attended the "Asian Culture for Asian Games" Intercultural Communication Lectures on April 21 Friday. The healthcare professionals are from more than 30 hospitals across Zhejiang province and are going to provide medical services for the upcoming Asian Games and the Asian Para Games.
To improve the efficacy of the treatment for NSCLC, the outcome of two vs three cycles of neoadjuvant sintilimab combined with chemotherapy in resectable stage IB-IIIA NSCLC patients was recently evaluated by Prof. QIU Fuming, a medical oncologist at SAHZU, and Prof. FAN Junqiang, a cardiac surgeon at SAHZU (NCT04459611).
This spring saw the return after three years of international students and physicians to the campuses of SAHZU.
Prof. YAO Ke, chair of SAHZU Eye Center, was ranked Top 8 in the 1st Asia-Pacific Eye 100. The honor is awarded to the top 100 most influential figures in ophthalmology in the Asia-Pacific region.
A multicenter clinical study led by Prof. LU Qin, academic chair of SAHZU Emergency Medicine, and Prof. ZHANG Mao, chair of SAHZU Emergency Medicine and vice president of SAHZU, has looked into the occurrence and evolution of venous catheter-related thrombosis in critically ill patients using point-of-care ultrasound.
A novel probiotic therapy that can alleviate intestinal inflammation and microbiota dysbiosis in IBD has been reported by a cross-disciplinary research team from Zhejiang University, which provides a potential new treatment approach for enterohepatic circulation in patients with severe and chronic liver diseases.
On March 8, four female members of the 28th Chinese medical team were featured on the front page of “Aujourd’hui, a leading newspaper in the African country of Mali where the medical team is providing their humanitarian services.
Chair of SAHZU Nuclear Medicine Prof. ZHANG Hong and his team published an article on Nano Today entitled Precise Examination of Peripheral Vascular Disease for Diabetics with a Novel Multiplexed NIR-II Fluorescence Imaging Technology.
A 24 Indian student was diagnosed with right frontal lobe brain abscess and severe brain edema which paralyzed his left side limbs.
A giant cyst was found in a 27-year-old Yemen patient who was finally diagnosed as human echinococcosis, also known as hydatid cyst of the liver.
Meet the new members of SAHZU robot team! Gear up for a speedy recovery with rehabilitation robots at our Rehabilitation Center!