Introduction of the Department


Founded in 1987, the Department of Child Health Care now develops to a professional department integrating medical, teaching, and scientific research in child health care outpatient service, pediatric development behaviors, and child nutrition as a leader in this field within Xinjiang. It keeps being taking a lead in this field at the overall level.
Now there are 2 chief physicians, 1 associate chief physician, 1 attending physician, 1 resident physician, 2 supervisor nurses, and 1 nurse.
The department's service scope covers diagnosis and treatment of child eating disorder, child temperament outpatient service, child mental and psychological tests, child hyperactivity, transient tic disorder, learning disability, and all sorts of emotional issues.

Introduction to the Personnel (Experts)

 



Name: Reyila Abula


Job title: Chief Physician


Specialty: diagnosis and treatment of trans-systematic pediatric diseases with rich clinical experience

 

Advanced instrument


The advanced apparatuses and instruments include:
Cerebral biofeedback instrument (auxiliary treating effect on the children with attention-deficit hyperactivity)
Hearing integration training instrument (auxiliary treating effect on autism)
Human body height and weight instrument (monitoring the growth and development of children)
Bone mineral density apparatus (imported);
Child health care computer (of international standard to assess the growth and development of children)
Attention-deficit hyperactivity training system;
Child behavioral development monitoring system

Child care electric horizontal house Child care computer Bone density test

 

 

Body height and weight

measuring instrument

Hearing and integration training

instrument

 

Insomnia case

Case 1:
The patient, a one year and five months old female child, was admitted due to the chief complaint about over half a year's curved deformity on both lower extremities.
Present medical history: the patient had late teething, and only had two teeth by that time. She complained about having pain on legs during walking, and learnt to walk later than her peers. She was inclined to fell during walking, and then displayed curved deformity on both lower extremities. The patient stopped breastfeed when being nine months old, and had low appetite and backward growth and development. Due to short height at one year old, she was suspected to lack calcium and have anemia, and thus was feed with cod-liver oil, Longmu Zhuanggu particle, and calcium carbonate vitamin D3 chewable tablet for 5 months. Her symptoms were not improved, so the aforesaid medicine was stopped. She used to have night terror, sweat and agitation which were quite insignificant before being one-year-old, so no attention was paid to it. The symptoms deteriorated in recent days, and the patient was brought to see doctor in our hospital for further diagnosis and treatment.
Admitting diagnosis: hypophosphatemic vitamin D-resistant rickets
Treatment: oral phosphate mixture and calcitriol soft capsule were administered. A reexamination two weeks later revealed significant treating effect.