Introduction of the Department
Founded in 2002, the Department of Pediatric Respiration has 42 beds and 8 physicians. It takes a lead in the respiratory diseases diagnosis and treatment across Xinjiang, and its major directions of research include pediatric respiration and asthma.
Now the department already meets with the diagnosis and treatment criteria for Level 3 children’s hospital and its technical expertise is advanced in the industry. The department can improve the pediatric pulmonary function detection and bronchiectasis test, fast cultivation and detection of mycoplasma pneumaniae, back vibration sputum excretion apparatus, induced sputum test, asthma triggering test, 24h air passage and esophagus PH test, and all sorts of family asthma relieving and aerosol inhalation treatment.
Every year, our department receives nearly 3,000 outpatients of pediatric respiration diseases, and admits over 3,000 patients. Among those patients, refractory cases take up over 15%, and transregional cases occupy almost 50%. In addition, the department enjoys great reputation in the Central Asia, and receives over 10 patients from Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries. Now the Department of Pediatric Respiration becomes already well-known across Xinjiang and radiates the whole Asia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to the Experts

 



Name: Qiao Lipan
Job title: Chief Physician
Specialty: diagnosis and treatment of multi-systematic pediatric diseases, especially the pediatric respiratory diseases such as pediatric asthma and difficult and refractory respiratory diseases

 

Advanced instrument
Back vibration sputum excretion apparatus
Triggering test
Temperature lowering instrument
Vein imaging apparatus
24h air passage and esophagus PH detection
Sputum induction
Pediatric pulmonary function test and bronchiectasis
PICU-assisted bronchofiberscope probing

 

         
   

 

Insomnia case
The patient was admitted with chief complaint about 2 days’ coughing. The patient coughed a lot with nasal obstruction, anhelation, and dyspnea. After being hospitalized, the patient was declared to be severely ill and offered electrocardiograph monitoring, intermittent hood oxygen uptake, and anti-infective therapy. Three days later, the patient got better with significantly more pneumonia absorption, stable breath and without obvious rale. Even without oxygen uptake, the patient could still breathe stably. The patient’s condition was improved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The patient was admitted with chief complaint about “intermittent coughing for 3 days”. The patient coughed a lot with paroxysmal irritable cough, polypnea and dyspnea. When choked with milk, the patient spat foam and milk with gasping. After being hospitalized, the patient was declared to be severely ill, and offered with electrocardiography monitoring and intermittent hood oxygen uptake. Detailed examination was conducted, and cefoxitin was injected to resist infection. Since he had cough, the patient was offered ambroxol IV dripping for 5 days. Later the patient’s condition was significantly improved.