《武汉:我的战“疫”日记》第六集 来自四面八方支援武汉的白衣天使 | 武汉肺炎疫情报道

《武汉:我的战“疫”日记》第六集 来自四面八方支援武汉的白衣天使 | 武汉肺炎疫情报道


This is for the third floor I’m a player of real life Should I leave the disinfectant here? Put those over there On Jan. 25, 2020, the medical team from West China Hospital,
Sichuan University arrived in Wuhan. Dialogue: 0,0:00:05.23,0:00:07.79,Default,,0,0,0,,I was about to get ride-hailing on DiDi as usual I left the tea leaves right there Why did we even bring the tea leaves? Dialogue: 0,0:00:05.23,0:00:07.79,Default,,0,0,0,,I was about to get ride-hailing on DiDi as usual Who has time for tea here? Dialogue: 0,0:00:05.23,0:00:07.79,Default,,0,0,0,,I was about to get ride-hailing on DiDi as usual Wuhan: My Diary of “Combating Coronavirus” We just held a simple birthday party for one of our colleagues Wu Xiaowen
a nurse from West China Hospital, Sichuan University Now we’re all leaving for the night shift We just gathered and sang him the birthday song We couldn’t blow candles so to avoid droplet transmission, you know Who’s going to eat the cake if we blow candles Today, our team is sending another medical personnel to accompany me at the night shift Teacher Xu Let’s say hi to the camera Hello, who is this? Do you know how to get there? Dialogue: 0,0:00:05.23,0:00:07.79,Default,,0,0,0,,I was about to get ride-hailing on DiDi as usual I got it Okay Here we are This is the hospital we’re going to work at Wuhan’s Red Cross Hospital Bye bye You’re also from West China Hospital, right? Yes, Wu Xiaowen from West China Hospital “Wu” with W and U “Xiao” means filial piety in Chinese “Wen” means culture in Chinese Alright Please write “Stay Strong, Wuhan” Okay Teacher Luo Do you have shoe covers? I do Do we have medical tapes? See if you can get some for here We need to get familiar with the work procedure and system If they get to know those they could pick up on work faster Please let the new comers get to know about the work procedure and then write down the training process this morning The ward section we work at has 30 hospital beds But we have only nine nurses taking shifts I asked them before whether they’ve taken days off to rest They said not yet The nurses of each shift are led by the head nurse Five nurses plus the head nurse that gives us six people in total The head nurse works as the group leader We have two nurses specifically for ICU from Sichuan and another two nurses from this hospital Dialogue: 0,0:00:05.23,0:00:07.79,Default,,0,0,0,,I was about to get ride-hailing on DiDi as usual That way, we have six nurses for each shift This is our pathway inside a ward section Wu Xiaowen
a nurse from West China Hospital, Sichuan University Generally speaking the nurses for the wards are responsible for treating patients at an earlier shift They are only allowed to move around in this area We try to avoid the office area That is to say this is where we have close contacts with the patients So we try to remain within this area Hello How are you doing? I’m doing great Doing great, huh? Yes Personally, I feel very fine Are you still having a fever? The fever has gone for a day now Since I came here this morning I’ve been talking all the time I feel very dry in my mouth It seems that there could be blisters inside my mouth Jan. 29, 2020, 23:00
in a ward of Fever Section Four Hello Can you hear me? Yes, I can Turn on the light please I’ll take photos of you Why are you taking photos of me? I’m taking photos of everyone Alright I’ll take photos of all those who have helped me Okay The other skyscrapers in Wuhan are still illuminated with lights at night People are resting at home and celebrating the Chinese Lunar New Year together Today, a patient from our ward was discharged from the hospital Since our medical team of West China Hospital came to help battle the epidemic in Hubei this is the very first patient discharged under our care and treatment This is a starting point I’m sure there will be a lot more patients cured and discharged under our treatment I signed up for this the day before Chinese New Year’s Eve On the night of Chinese New Year’s Eve we were informed to leave next day I didn’t sleep much that night Wu Xiaowen
a nurse from West China Hospital, Sichuan University That was how I spent the Chinese New Year’s Day In fact, on that day I did think a lot about my little son Sorry, I’m little bit carried away After the first batch of Sichuan medical teams, where Wu Xiaowen belonged to, more batches of medical teams have set out to help Wuhan. This is my kid, he’s away at my hometown He’s having a cold I haven’t seen him for a long time Since he was born I’ve never been away from him for so long The two of us always played with him and taught him to talk I dare not call him through video chat I’m afraid he’s going to cry if I call That would definitely make me cry with our help I feel very pleased Don’t panic, Wuhan We are here to give you the strongest support Cheer up! Stay Strong, Wuhan!

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