|Bone Trauma Neurosurgery|
Introduction to Neurosurgery
There are 34 open beds in neurosurgery and there is a critical care room. There are 6 medical staff, including 2 deputy chief physicians, 2 attending physicians, 2 resident physicians, and 3 postgraduates. Nursing staff 12 include 3 nurses in charge, 2 nurses, and 7 nurses. All medical personnel have completed advanced training in higher-level hospitals.
At present, various types of surgery for craniocerebral injury can be routinely performed, such as epidural hematoma removal, subdural hematoma removal, cerebral contusion and intracerebral hematoma removal, plastic surgery for skull fractures, and skull defects. Titanium mesh forming surgery; minimally invasive surgery for hypertensive intracerebral hemorrhage and bone flap craniotomy for hematoma removal; hydrocephalus ventricle-peritoneal shunt surgery; chronic subdural hematoma drilling and drainage, skull bone tumor resection, etc. As conditions continue to mature, surgery for brain tumor resection will be carried out.
Department consultation telephone: 6972543
Hospital supervision telephone: 6691052 6981307
Orthopedics has 1 chief physician, 2 deputy chief physicians, 1 attending physician, 4 residents, 4 nurses in charge, 2 nurses, and 6 nurses (including 1 municipal expert and 1 county-level physician) Name, 4 graduate students). There are now 34 open beds, and the main business backbones have been studied and studied in major hospitals in China.
The orthopaedic talents are reasonable in structure, strong in strength, and advanced in equipment. It has original imported Siemens C-arm, orthopedic surgical traction table, fracture treatment instrument, fully automatic CPM machine and other equipment. Capable of handling sudden and major accidents. Can handle complex trauma and compound injuries. Proficient in the treatment of spine and limb fractures, and can perform minimally invasive internal fixation on complex fractures of limbs, artificial femoral head, total hip replacement, artificial knee replacement, amputation, lumbar disc nucleus pulpectomy, lumbar spondylolisthesis Reduction and fixation, limb salvage surgery for bone tumors, reduction and fixation of pelvic fractures, anterior and posterior cervical decompression. In recent years, minimally invasive surgical treatment of complex extremity fractures, elderly femoral neck and intertrochanteric fractures, spinal fractures and spinal cord injuries have reached domestic advanced levels.