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I should have seen Nanshan leisurely, but I am still struggling on the front line of the fight against the epidemic - Zhong Nanshan, a fierce man

2023-03-31 01:46:11 [Photoes ]
I should have seen Nanshan leisurely, but I am still struggling on the front line of the fight against the epidemic - Zhong Nanshan, a fierce man

Zhong Nanshan was born in Nanjing in October 1936. He is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, a famous respiratory expert, and a leader in China's fight against SARS. The outbreak of new pneumonia in Wuhan, 84-year-old Zhong Nanshan once again took command of the expedition. In his junior year, he represented the school in the Beijing University Games and won the first place in the 400-meter run. In 1959, at the peak of his physical fitness, he participated in the first National Games as a college student, breaking the national record at the time with a time of 54.4 seconds and becoming the champion of the men's 400-meter hurdles in the first National Games. After the National Games, Zhong Nanshan had the opportunity to become a professional athlete, but he chose to continue studying medicine. At the same time, Zhong Nanshan's later wife Li Shaofen also participated in the first National Games. As the main force of the Beijing women's basketball team, Li Shaofen led the team to win the championship that year. In 1963, Li Shaofen and Zhong Nanshan got married. After marriage, Li Shaofen became the coach of the Guangdong women's basketball team, and Zhong Nanshan devoted himself to studying medicine. In 1971, with the help of his wife Li Shaofen, Zhong Nanshan was transferred to Guangzhou Fourth People's Hospital (later renamed the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical College) to become a doctor. "When I was in college, I was a teacher, engaged in a new major, and later engaged in radiobiochemistry. I have always obeyed the assignment, and I have always been a pacesetter and advanced. So from 1960 to 1971, I did not become a doctor for 11 years. To be a doctor is My wish, but it's not my choice. I chose this hospital because of my lover's status, and she also chose it, because it's the closest to our home, so I don't need to go to the countryside all day." At this time, he had already Almost 36 years old. Soon after arriving at the hospital, he misdiagnosed a patient who coughed up black and red blood as tuberculosis. The next day, he found that it was vomiting blood in the digestive tract, and the patient almost lost his life. This incident stimulated Zhong Nanshan, and he began to make unprecedented efforts to learn how to deal with patients from doctor Yu Zhen. This is Zhong Nanshan feeding kangaroos during his inspection tour in Australia. In 1978, the paper co-written by Zhong Nanshan and his colleagues was awarded the first prize of the National Science Conference of the State Science and Technology Commission, and he also received the opportunity to study at the University of Edinburgh in the United Kingdom. In 1979, at the age of 43, Zhong Nanshan went to study in the UK. Their group of 16 unanimously decided to take the train and it took nine days to reach London. In the UK, he spent more than 3 months sorting out the data obtained during the daytime experiments late at night every day, and finally convinced his British counterparts. Before returning to China, the University of Edinburgh tried to keep him to work at the Royal Hospital, but he refused. On November 18, 1981, Zhong Nanshan flew back to the motherland from London and has been working in the Institute of Huyan University. In 1996, he was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. In daily work, the outpatient service is regarded as a "necessary thing" by Zhong Nanshan. Patients rarely see Zhong Nanshan sitting on a chair waiting for someone to see a doctor. As soon as they entered the door, they could see Zhong Nanshan with a smiling face, and the heavy feeling of "seeing a doctor" in their hearts was immediately reduced by most of them. Equally necessary was the Wednesday morning round, followed by his students, nurses, head nurse, attending physician, chief physician. There are limited patients in the ward rounds, and some patients will hold him while crying. Zhang Nuofu, a professor at the Guangzhou Institute of Respiratory Diseases at the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University, recalled that when he first arrived at the hospital in 1992, the large ward rounds had already started, and it has never been interrupted. "He mainly looks at some difficult patients who have difficulties in diagnosis and treatment, and solves the problems that we have not solved." In 2003, "atypical pneumonia" hit, and in Guangdong, where the disease first broke out, as a respiratory department in Guangdong Province and even the whole country The representative figure, Zhong Nanshan, who was originally only famous in the industry, was pushed to the front. This year, Zhong Nanshan is 67 years old. In the most serious epidemic crisis since the founding of the People's Republic of China, when the epidemic was concealed and people panicked, Zhong Nanshan, who had accurate information and evidence-based treatment measures and advocated no concealment and disclosure, quickly became the "leader of the fight against SARS". "People", every word of his speech can occupy the media's eye-catching page, and his every move has become the vane of the SARS epidemic. He was labeled as "dare to tell the truth", and at the same time became the best representative of medical workers during the SARS period. There is a page in "Biography of Zhong Nanshan", "Selected Stories of Zhong Nanshan", which records the personality of Zhong Nanshan who dares to tell the truth. After SARS, Zhong Nanshan's title and reputation were equal, and he was successively elected as a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, a representative of the National People's Congress, "Moving China Person of the Year", and president of the Chinese Medical Association. His "dare to tell the truth" character made him a popular candidate for the media. During the two sessions, he had to walk for half an hour on a 50-meter section blocked by reporters' guns and short cannons. He will say something about the questions raised, professional or not. All kinds of "Zhong Nanshan's talk" can be seen on TV, newspapers and the Internet. But his life and work haven't changed much. Every Wednesday and Thursday, ward rounds are unstoppable. After get off work in the afternoon, do brisk walking or running for 20 to 25 minutes, parallel bars, sit-ups, horizontal bars, and a set of procedures for about an hour, three to four times a week. Young Zhong Nanshan (third from right in the back row) took a group photo with his basketball teammates from Guangzhou Medical University. A heart surgery made him say goodbye to the basketball court, who loves sports. "Now I can't do confrontational sports." The team has not forgotten him. On his 82nd birthday, they gave him a jersey signed by all the players. It reads "Fu is like the East China Sea, longevity is greater than Zhong Nanshan". Now, 84-year-old Zhong Nanshan is on the expedition again. In the face of the new coronavirus, he said "try not to go to Wuhan". But he himself arrived in Wuhan by train and participated in the front-line work. Sources of pictures and text in the text:
  • Ye Yi's "Biography of Zhong Nanshan";
  • Southern People Weekly "Medical Zhong Nanshan: The Doctor's View" It is not the disease, but the patient";
  • Southern People Weekly "Now medicine is too far from solving human health | Dialogue with Zhong Nanshan";
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    • Guangzhou Daily.

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