Introduction of the Department
Department of Surgery I, firstly founded in 2009, mainly focuses on the diseases concerning newborn, pediatric general surgery, and pediatric micro-invasive surgery. Every year, the department treats about 100 cases of newborn gastrointestinal tract malformation. We help to greatly cut down the mortality of newborns due to congenital diseases in the frontier regions.
Now there are 22 beds, 7 physicians and 13 nurses in the department.
The specialty operations include: congenital esophageal atresia Phase I anastomosis, congenital small intestinal atresia anastomosis, congenital annular pancreas duodenum-duodenum diamond anastomosis, congenital intestinal malrotation Ladd operation, congenital upper-part imperforate anus and tail anus anoplasty, congenital biliary atresia Kasai operation, schistocelia installed neoplasty, etc.

Introduction to the  Experts

 


 
Name: Lu Huimin
Job title: Head Nurse
Specialty: rich clinical nursing experience in such departments as adult internal medicine, operating room, pediatrics, adult surgery, pediatric neurology, and pediatric surgery.

 

 



Name: Alimujiang Abudureyimu
Job title: Chief Physician
Specialty: diagnosis and treatment of pediatric surgical diseases

 

 

Advanced instrument
Portable electrical stimulator
Ultrasound scalpel
Multi-functional electrotome
Laparoscope
Trocar of different models

 


         

 

Insomnia case
The patient, a premature male infant, weighed only 2.9kg when seeing the doctor. Many contents in abdominal cavity prolapsed, being part of liver and all the intestinal canals. The abdominal cavity had low volume, the pollution was severe, significant edema could be seen on intestinal canals. It was impossible to perform phase I returning, thus the treatment was completed in several stages. After 20-day treatment, the infant was cured and discharged.

 

 

 

 

 


The male patient was brought to the hospital due to 3 months’ repeated constipation, and the longest defecation interval reached 9 days. After the patient was hospitalized, intestinal lavage with clean backflow wad performed to prepare for the operation. Later radical megacolon operation through anus was carried out. The patient was discharged after the operation. Consequent anal dilation was conducted. The reexamination 6 months later revealed normal defecation, healthy growth, and gradual weight increase of the patient.

 

 

 

 

 

 


The patient, a boy, weighed 2.7kg upon birth and 2.5kg when seeing the doctor. He had severe pulmonary infection, aspiration pneumonia, and respiratory failure. Active adjustment of internal environment was made, followed by extrapleural esophagus anastomosis. A reexamination 9 days after the operation revealed satisfactory passing through the anastomotic stoma without any stenosis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The patient, a three-day-old boy, weighed 2.2kg when being brought to the hospital, and had Type III intestinal atresia. After active adjustment of internal environment, intestinal anastomosis was performed. The operation was highly tough due to the thin tissues and difficult intestinal anastomose in case of infant. The patient’s symptoms were improved after the treatment and was discharged. He proved to have no unusual symptoms during the follow up 1 year later.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
The patient, a baby girl, weighed 3.95kg when seeing the doctor. She was admitted due to having teratoma in sacroccygeal region. A detailed examination revealed the patient’s neoplasm had rich blood supply, so a comprehensive surgical plan was drafted. A terotoma excision in sacroccygeal region was successfully completed. The neoplasm taken from the operation weighed 1.25kg.

 

 

 

 


The patient, a baby girl, weighed 4.5kg when seeing the doctor. She was discovered to have a 15*15 enclosed mass in the lower abdomen. After detailed examination, a vaginoplasty was performed. One month later, the reexamination revealed good prognosis.