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Wiener klinische Wochenschrift 21-22/2020

Emergency reconstruction of large general hospital under the perspective of new COVID-19 prevention and control

Wiener klinische Wochenschrift > Ausgabe 21-22/2020
Yiyi Chen, Min Zhou, Liang Hu, Xiaoyu Liu, Lixin Zhuo, Qiong Xie
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The authors Yiyi Chen, Min Zhou and Liang Hu contributed equally to this work.

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To summarize the successful experience of timely crisis management, correct measures, and successful display of the hospital image in the First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang University (FAHZU), to improve the ability of emergency response.


The FAHZU, as the earliest designated hospital, accomplished the transformation from general hospital to infectious disease hospital under the guiding ideology of centralized patients, centralized experts, centralized resources, and centralized treatment with measures to transfer the Zhijiang campus hospitalized patients quickly, complete the space layout, create diagnosis and treatment space, streamline logistics, and transform logistics facilities within 48 h. As of 5 March, the hospital had admitted 104 patients.


Of the severe cases in Zhejiang province 95% underwent centralized treatment with the goal of zero deaths for severely ill patients, zero misdiagnoses for infected patients, and zero infections for medical staff, and this served as a reference for large medical institutions regarding how to manage such a public health emergency.


The successful cases of FAHZU provided a valuable experience for large medical institutions on how to address public health emergencies and how to carry out diagnosis and treatment and streamline the layout and related facilities in emergency reconstruction.

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