The other scene of mountain city • ICU in the wee hours
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- For most people, they sleep soundly at night. But for the medical staff in ICU, the night is their battlefield. They guard critical patients who may rub shoulders with death at any time. Even on a smooth duty night, they can’t be lax and negligent. Round up the house, execute the medical plan for the day, evaluate and adjust the medical plan... The love and care last until the shift is completed.
Zhang Guanyu, 31 years old, is a doctor in the ICU of Chongqing General Hospital (Zhangshan Branch). He has been working in this department for 4 years, but in his opinion, "In the face of life-threatening patients, in addition to trying to rescue, you must be also objective." Recently, he is a first-line doctor who works night shifts from 8:00 pm to 10:00 am the next day. Of course, there are still many times when he can't get off work on time.
After 8:00 pm, there will be a handover process in the intensive care unit. As a first-line doctor, Zhang Guanyu patiently reported the situation of each patient while Zhang Meng (second from left), a second-line doctor, and nurses gathered around and listened carefully or exchanged from time to time. Everyone's voice was deliberately lowered, for fear of disturbing the patient, and the night shift work began at this time.