City Women's Insurance Hospital won the bronze medal of the province's critical care maternal and newborn care competition in 2019
[发布日期：2019.11.21] [Source: Tongchuan Maternal and Child Health Hospital] [Release Date: 2019.11.21]
In order to further protect the safety of mothers and infants, and comprehensively improve the ability to treat critically ill pregnant women and newborns, the "Shaanxi Critical Maternal and Newborn Rescue Skills Contest" hosted by the Health and Medical Committee of Shaanxi Province was held in Xi'an from November 11 to 13, More than 150 players from 22 teams from the province participated in the competition. Our team calmly coped with the competition and won the "Bronze Award of the Group" after 2 days of fierce competition.
陕西省危重孕产妇和新生儿救治技能竞赛实施方案” 的通知要求，院领导高度重视，积极响应并精心组织了产科、新生儿、麻醉科及ICU 等科室精英，竞赛分为理论基础、个人操作、团体演练、专家提问四个环节。 In accordance with the notification requirements of the Municipal Health and Health Committee for forwarding the " Implementation Scheme of Critical Maternal and Newborn Rescue Skills Competition in Shaanxi Province" , the hospital leaders attached great importance to it, and actively responded to and carefully organized elites such as obstetrics, newborns, anesthesiology, and ICU to compete. It is divided into the theoretical basis, individual operation, group exercises, and expert questions. The medical staff took the simulated scene as the real rescue scene, earnestly achieved accurate movements, clear expressions, and close teamwork skills, timely and accurate assessment of the critically ill pregnant women and newborns. The team members calmly battled, and the entire rescue process was standardized and smooth. Praise from the expert group.
This participation in the province's critically ill pregnant women and newborns skills competition is both a military training and a team collaboration test, fully demonstrated the mental outlook of Tongchuan women and children, passed this competition, and promoted the critically ill pregnant women and newborns in our hospital Rescue ability, improve the technical level of front-line medical workers, promote learning through competition, promote training through competition, and provide a strong guarantee for comprehensive and full-cycle health services for pregnant women and newborns.