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On November 18, 2014, a story showing the dreams and growth of medical staff in the emergency department --- Young doctors made their debut on David TV. Some unprofessional medical terms and medical techniques appearing in the drama are eliminated, and the scenes inside it truly show the complicated and complicated murmurs of the emergency department. As a nurse in the emergency department of Gaoqing Hospital, Zibo Central Hospital, I felt a lot after watching the show: the scenes in the play are like our daily diagnosis, treatment, rescue, and nursing process, but in reality our work is better than the play China is more burdensome and fulfilling.
If the hospital is a battlefield, then we are the first troops to save lives. The emergency department is one of the most important windows of the hospital. This is the department with the largest number of patients, the most complex diseases, and the heaviest rescue and management tasks. The medical staff here need to be turned on 24 hours and need to work 15 hours overnight. , Need to face the first diagnosis and rescue of critically ill patients. Here, patients often have an unclear diagnosis, unclear condition, and rapid changes. If they are not handled properly, medical disputes can easily occur. Due to the need for first aid, medical staff often do not have enough time to communicate with family members and understand the needs of patients. Patients and family members are often prone to irritability, anxiety, and fear due to the emergency department. Therefore, it is extremely difficult to establish a good nurse-patient relationship.
In the emergency department, the short contact time between patients and their families and medical staff has not yet established a good sense of trust, and is very sensitive to every detail of medical staff. Talks and behaviors of medical staff have a great impact on the patient's psychology. As a result, the rescue behavior of medical staff was not understood, and the patients and their families left the illusion of "not being valued" and "emergency is not urgent." Therefore, I deeply understand that communication is the easiest thing to ignore but the most important thing in emergency department.
In the emergency department, due to the large number of patients and the variety of diseases, ensuring the safety of patients is the issue of daily life. For example, in the emergency infusion room, dozens of patients are received every day to receive treatment. Establishing and improving the identification system of emergency patients is the prerequisite to ensure the safe visit of patients. Before the general treatment operation, at least two methods of patient identification should be used at the same time, such as: name, bed number, etc. The nurse must strictly perform three checks and eight pairs before performing the operation.
Patients often come for injections and ask us, "Girl, I don't understand. You give me an injection and call me three or four times. Are you not bored?" We replied, "No bores, you Safety is paramount. "The patient was silent. When I left, I was grateful and thanked me.
In fact, every patient comes with the same mentality when receiving treatment, and one step closer to health. But for us, there is great comfort in watching patients go out safely and healthily. This is a zero-error profession, and no mistakes are allowed. It is like walking a tightrope, and it will fall down if you are not careful. Treat each patient with a twelve-point spirit.
As an emergency nurse, after many rescues, I became more and more technically competent, but it became more and more mentally unbearable. I remember once we were in tears when we were rescued by two children's injuries. Two seven- and eight-year-olds were playing by the water and fell into the water at the same time. When the children were sent, they had no vital signs. Faced with such a small life and the children's family's distress for help, my heart shuddered. A colleague said at the time: "The two children have stayed in the world for such a short time before they have seen the beauty of this world." In an instant, everyone was silent. We can only say that we have done our best and hope that the children will be well on their way to heaven.
A person's life is very long, reaching ten or one hundred years; a person's life is very short, as short as every second. The sincere emergency department uses the most sincere heart and the hottest emotion to face life, face life, and face the future. We make every effort to eliminate human suffering, help perfect health, and maintain the holiness and honor of medicine.