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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-663505


Objective Comparative study of gastric tube implantation at different times in patients with invasive mechanical ventilation. Methods Random sampling was used to divide 160 patients who were incubated with mechanical ventilation at the hospital into two groups,There were 80 patients in each group. Two groups of patients were routinely placed gastric tube by a stationary nurse.The observation group was treated with ordinary silica gel stomach tube at early stage(immediately)after trachea cannula, the control group still used the ordinary silica gel stomach tube after the trachea cannula late (24 hours later).The one-time successful rate,the total successful rate,the operation time and the result of the two Methods were observed in the two groups. Results The observation group Placing stomach tube one-time successful rate and the total successful rate was 75% (60/80), 97.5% (78/80), significantly higher than the control group 27.5%(22/80),72.5%(58/80),the difference was statistically significant(χ2=36.12, 19.61,P<0.01).The operation time of gastric tube in observation group was(1.49 ± 0.45)min,which was significantly lower than that of control group(3.07 ± 0.32)min,the difference was statistically significant (t=25.48,P<0.01).The observation group only heard gurgling not pumped to the gastric juice of 10 cases (12.50%), only smoke into the gastric juice does not hear the gurgling in 0 cases, both in 70 cases (87.50%),both in 0 cases,the control group were 37 cases(46.25%),0 cases,40 cases(50.00%),3 cases (3.75%). There were significant differences between the 2 groups in determining the success of gastric tube placement,and the difference was statistically significant(χ2=39.36,P<0.01). Conclusions After the trachea cannula,the ordinary silica gel gastric tube was placed in the early stage(immediately),which improved the successful rate of gastric tube placement in the mechanical ventilation patients, Shortened the operation time,improved the work efficiency and alleviated the patient's pain.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-611746


The paper covered dominant models and organization of healthcare alliances in Xinjiang, illustrating the hospital group model, synergy development model, focused partnership support model, three-level integration model, and other business models.As described by the authors, healthcare alliances in Xinjiang, thanks to telemedicine, have achieved initial success by means of disciplines support, primary care human resources, new technologies and new service spreading, and promotion of appropriate medical techniques, in such aspects as regional medical cooperation, population benefits and medical resources sharing.

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-611076


Objective Promote the development of disciplines and enforce the construction and training of talent echelon through selection and assessment of discipline and academy leaders.Methods Conduct classified management on different disciplines and academy leaders concerning theirworking positions.The specific measurements include setting up selection and evaluation systems separately with different focuses,implementing dynamic management,establishing performance oriented mechanisms of promotion and demotion during the tenure period.Results The construction of talent echelon plays a significant role in capacity building of young talents,team building and development of all disciplines.Conclusions Systematic measurements could promote the development of disciplines and cultivation of reserved talents,including attaching importance on talent echelon establishment,defining suitable function of hospital,strengthening talent team building;establish a well-functioning talent management mechanism and effective incentive mechanisms.

Chinese Health Economics ; (12): 85-87, 2013.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-435576


Objective: Through managing objectives in our hospital, promote the hospital management. Methods:Use expert advice method to establish the target assessment index system, with the weighted index method to calculate the final score. Results: According to the characteristics of the department, develop differentiated, personalized indicators; objective management system consists of 3 level indicators medical examination standard (680 points), scientific research and teaching standards (220 points), departmental management assessment criteria(100 points), and 45 secondary indicator of internal medicine, surgical 49 second-level indicators. Conclusion: Objective management is the starting point of the hospital and meticulous management, and implementation of objective management enhance the awareness of the collective participation of the medical staffs at all levels, so that the department changes from passive management to active management, and it enhances department execution and promotes the hospital science directly.