Introduction of the Department
The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), founded in 2003, has two intensive care wards equipped with 25 beds (13 in medical care ward and 12 in surgical post-operation ward). The department owns 34 professional medical staff.
The major specialty setting includes medical critical disease diagnosis and treatment and surgical post-operation monitoring. It takes a lead in the diagnosis and treatment level across the whole autonomous region. Now its special diagnosis and treatment items include pediatric bronchoalveolar lavage, removal of extraneous matter, diagnosis of laryngotracheal bronchomalacia/bronchial stenosis, and diagnosis and treatment of other congenital/secondary respiratory disorders. In the recent three years, it also succeeds in carrying out peritoneal dialysis, continuous bedside hemodiafiltration, blood perfusion, and central venous indwelling catheter.



Introduction of the Experts


Name: Liu Lu
Job title: Associate Chief Physician
Specialty: diagnosis and treatment of acute and severe pediatric diseases, diagnosis and treatment of critical, difficult and refractory respiratory diseases, examination and treatment with fiber bronchoscope, pediatric mechanical ventilation, bedside continuous blood purification, etc.



Name: Wang Haiyu
Job title: Chief Physician
Specialty: diagnosis and treatment of all sorts of common, difficult, refractory and severe pediatric diseases.


Advanced instrument
The main advanced medical apparatuses and devices in the ward includes 16 multi-functional ECG monitors, 20 micro-infusion pumps, 11 non-invasive and invasive respirators, 1 beside blood purifier, 1 electric shock defibrillator, 3 fiber bronchoscopes, and bedside X-ray.


Bronchoscope technology
Scope of treatment: all sorts of severe pneumonia, infectious obstructive pneumonia, pulmonary atelectasis, empyema, sputum bolt obstruction, removal extraneous matter, alveolar lavage, etc.



Insomnia case

Case 1:
The patient, a 9-year-old male child, was accepted through outpatient service due to one-day headache and emesis accompanied by 2-hour unconsciousness.
Through such lab examinations as cerebral CT and lumbar puncture, the patient was diagnosed as suffering from “severe viral encephalitis in combination with cardiac failure, respiratory failure, liver functional impairment, cardiac damage, and multiple organ failure”.
Active gamma globulin, hormone methylprednisolone impact therapy, respirator support, bedside hemodiafiltration (HDF), trophic nerve, and multi-organ support were proactively administered.
Half a month later, the patient turned to be conscious in spite of agraphia, dyskinesia, hearing and vision damage. However, with active bedside rehabilitation by the staff in Department of Rehabilitation and lasting anti-inflammation treatment, the patient was cured and discharged one month later.


Case 2:
The patient, a 10-month male infant, was admitted for having fever for 2 days and rash and blister over the whole body for 1 day.
He was preliminarily diagnosed as suffering from “severe polymorphic exudative erythema” which is a kind of immunity-related acute non-purulent inflammation characterized by diversified manifestations of skin mucosa. With it, the patient may reveal massive skin lesion and stripping accompanied with high fever, shiver, toxic shock, cardiac damage, and dyspnea.
After the active anti-infection and immunosuppressor treatment and delicate skin care in our hospital, the infant patient’s vital signs gradually became stable and got rid of the breathing machine with consciousness recovered. The skin lesion over the body stripped from the body and was substituted with new skin. The patient was discharged after being cured.