Shi Xiaoyan, M.D., Ph.D.

Department:Neuro ICU

Medical School:Zhejiang University School of Medicine, China

Academic Rank:Chief Physician 


Clinical / Research Interests

Cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation (CPCR)

Acute intoxication


Acute and chronic respiratory failure

Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome

Multiple trauma

Severe neurological trauma, etc.

Professional Highlights

Professional Appointments

Vice Chair, Zhejiang Society of Trauma, Chinese Medical Association

Vice Leader, Severe Neurological Group, Zhejiang Society of Trauma, Chinese Medical Association

Member, Editorial Board, Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine

Invited Reviewer, Zhejiang Journal of Trauma

Education Experience

Research Summary


HUANG Jianjiang, SHI Xiaoyan. A Randomized controlled study on the effect of blood glucose of nutrition with different sugar component for paitients with severe traumatic brain injury. Zhejiang Journal of Traumatic Surgery, 2012: 291-293.

SHI Xiao-yan. The prevention and treatment of secondary brain injury after head injury. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2011: 1237-1239.

SHEN Yang, SHI Xiao-yan, WU Ai-xiang. Effect of ω-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid on acute lung injury patients′plasma TNF-α、IL-6、IL-10. Strait Pharmaceutical Journal, 2011: 247-250.

SHI Xiao-yan. Emphasis on delayed cerebral ischemia after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. hinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2010: 1237-1239.

ZHANG Ke, SHI Xiao-yan. Naloxone and hemoperfusion in the treatment of acute severe alcoholism. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2010: 881-882.

SHI Xiao-yan. The value of craniocerebral monitoring in the treatment of severe traumatic brain injury. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2009: 1237-1240.

XU Zhi-hong, SHI Xiao-yan. Oxidative stress involved in sepsis and its treatment. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2008,221-223.

SHI Xiao-yan, LI Lei-qing,SHAO Ju-fang,ZHANG Xiao-gang, QIN Guang-ming, ZHOU Yan. Protective effects of edaravone on ischaemia-reperfusion injury in rabbits with haemorrhagic shock. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2008, 717-723.

GONG Yu-qiang, SHI Xiao-yan, CHEN Yi-jun, SUN Lai-fang, YING Bin-yu, CHEN Da-qing, ZHUANG Rong .A study of tea polyphenol on antioxidative action of lung in rabbits with acute respiratory dysfunction syndrome. Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine in Intensive and Critical Care,2008: 92-94.

WANG Yi, XU Guo-gen, SHI Xiao-yan, et al. Relationship between the response of hyperglycemia and inflammatory cytokine, prognosis in the patients with serious disease. Chinese Journal of Critical Care Medicine, 2007: 498-500.

GONG Yu-qiang, CHEN Yi-jun, SHI Xiao-yan, SUN Lai-fang, KONG Wan-quan, ZHUANG Rong, CHEN Da-qing, YING Bin-yu. Protective effects of different administration routes of tea polyphenol on lung protection of rabbits with acute respiratory distress syndrome. Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine in Intensive and Critical Care, 2007: 154-158.

SHI Xiao-yan, HONG Yu-cai , JIANG Guan-yu, HE Xiao-jun.A comparison between poisoning severity score (PSS) and acute physiology and chronic health evaluation (APACHE-Ⅱ) in poisoning evaluation. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2007: 65-67.

SHI Xiao-yan, TANG Zhong-quan, SUN Da, HE Xiao-jun.Evaluation of hyperbaric oxygen treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders following traumatic brain injury. Chinese Medical Journal,2006;119(23): 1978-1982.

ZHANG Tao, CHEN Chang-gui, SHl Xiao-yan et al. An Analysis on the Effectiveness of First - aid Skills Training for General Practitioners. Chinese General Practice, 2006: 188-189.

WU Jun-song, YI Jian-hua, SHENG Lei, SHI Xiao-yan, YANG Jian-xin, HUANG Zong-jian, CAN Jian-xin. Risk factors affecting the survival rate in serious multiple trauma patients assodated with acute lung injure/acute respiratory distress syndrome. National Medical Journal of China, 2006: 753-758.

SHEN Weifeng, Sill Xiaoyan, ZHANG Xiaogang, JIANG Guanyu, Yingyu. Analysis of high risk factors related to early-onset myocardial damage in multiple trauma patients. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2005: 269-273.

SHEN Weifeng, SHI Xiaoyan, JIANG Guanyu, ZHANG Mao, Fu Yi ngyu.Relationship of dynamic changes of myocardial serum troponin I in multiple trllulna patients to three injury scales. Chinese Journal of Traumatology, 2004: 19-21.

SHI Xiaoyan, TANG Zhongquan, XIONG Bing, BAO Jianxiu, SUN Da,ZHANG Yunqiu and YAO Yu. Cerebral perfusion SPECT imaging for assessment of the effect of hyperbaric oxygen therapy on patients with postbrain injury neural status. Chinese Journal of Trnumatology (English Edition) 2003; 6(6): 346-349.

 Wu Xuehai, Gao Liang, Jin Yaping, Shi Xiaoyan, Ma Yuefeng. The significance of plasma vascular endothglial growth factor change closed head injury. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2003: 830-832.

WU Xuehal, SHI Xiaoyan, GAN Jianxin, LU Xingguo, JIANG Guanyuand ZHOU Junfu. Dynamically monitoring tissue factor and tissue factor pathway inhibitor following secondary brain injury. Chinese Journal Traumatology (English Edition) 2003; 6(2): 114-117.

LI Tianlang, CHEN Yijun, SHI Xiaoyan et al.Preliminary experimental study of methylene blue on hemorrhagic shock in rats. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2003: 745-747.

SHI Xiaoyan, MA Yuefeng, Hong Yuan. The clinical study on seventy four patients with acute pulmonary contusion. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2002: 334-336.

SHI Xiaoyan, SHEN Huiyun,HONG Yuan etal. Clinical effects of liposome-prostaglandin E1 on acute respiratory distress syndrome induced by trauma. Chinese Journal of Traumatology, 2002: 589-591.

SHI Xiaoyan, CHEN Peng, ZHOU Junfu,etal. Study on the relationship of acute lithic cholecystitis with nitric oxide,oxidation and lipoperoxidation. Chinese Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2001: 101-103

SHI Xiaoyan, ZHANG Mao, ZHU Yongliang et al. Study on detection of serum neopterin in patients with multiple trauma. Chinese Journal of Critical Care Medicine, 2000: 586-587.

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