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Returning to ’90s, She Became Famous in Major Surgical Fields - Chapter 3498 【3498】interested
Dr. Liu probably has never heard of this new term, and his face is a little dazed.
Some of the doctors around may have heard of it, but most of them probably haven't, and they lost their faces following Dr. Liu.
In the process of integrating domestic technology with foreign technology, an introducer is first required. The introducer may be a person in a certain domestic industry who thinks it is easy to use and promote the application to his peers, or it may be a foreign professional who enters the country and directly recommends it to his peers in the domestic circle.
Opportunities are various academic exchanges. As we all know, the topic of academic exchange conferences has always been the first choice to focus on hot and key topics in the circle. When a technology is immature, it is not appropriate to use it for academic exchanges. No one knows whether it will work or not, and if it is released to peers for use, if it is reported that it is a medical accident, no one can afford the serious adverse consequences.
These situations all show that the promotion of a new technology is actually not easy.
What's more, new technologies are emerging all over the world. Domestic new technologies may not be promoted for several years, causing many colleagues in the circle to be unaware.
PICCO originated a few years ago. It has a short development history and few clinical applications. There are few research papers on it, and it is not a hot topic in the circle. It will be a few years before we really pay attention to its importance.
This situation is consistent with the development track of ICU treatment for critically ill patients in China. It is equivalent to say that most hospitals currently do not have enough money to pay attention to ICU. It is like discussing the introduction of a machine by the National Association of China for several years without any results. What is the use of you to introduce this technology? Useless, useless, imported is idle.
You should know that even old technologies like CVP have become idle technologies in many hospitals. Doctors know that this technology is good, but they also know that most citizens cannot afford the medical expenses of critically ill patients. As long as the treatment lasts longer, the family members will simply give up the patients if they have no money. In such a situation, using CVP for a day or two will only increase the sense of taste.
The treatment of critically ill patients requires a protracted battle. Medicine cannot bring such patients back to life within a day or two.
Back to the original topic, what is the cost of ICU, not just the cost of treatment.
The monitoring and inspection of the treatment of critically ill patients is very important. Because critically ill patients are extremely fragile, doctors treat them like walking on eggshells. If you can’t do inspections and tests to understand the real-time situation of patients, the last treatment method may be counterproductive.
The cost of these tests can be said to be equal to the cost of treatment. For example, after being on ECMO, the daily cost of blood tests alone has to be calculated in thousands.
If it were not for the backing of a big benefactor, few families in China could afford such an expensive inspection fee.
As a new technology, PICCO must be more expensive to use than CVP.
What is this new technology? Dr. Liu and other doctors present are very interested in knowing about it. After all, Mr. Xie said that it has many advantages, and it is a breakthrough compared with the traditional CVP technology.
PICCO is also a machine, connected to the measuring catheter. During the measurement, the operator injects a certain amount of ice-cold saline into the central venous catheter. Let the ice-cold saline pass through the central vein to the right atrium to the right ventricle and then to the lungs, then enter the left atrium to the left ventricle and then to the femoral artery or brachial axillary artery, etc., for temperature detection.
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