National emergency medical teams helping makeshift hospitals in Wuhan

By China Daily | | Updated: 2020-02-14 14:31
Wang Yang, chief of the National Emergency Medical Team of The Second Xiangya Hospital of the Central South University helps Yu Song to put on protective clothing before the Wuchang district governor enters the ward to visit patients. Yu helped set up a Party branch in the makeshift hospital. [Photo provided to]

"This handbook helps patients to relax and strengthens their will to fight the disease. It also gives medical workers scientific means to better identify patients mental issues and address them accordingly," said Wang Yang, chief of the National Emergency Medical Team of Second Xiangya Hospital at the Wuchang Fang Cang makeshift hospital.

As introduced in the book, a 24-hour hotline was especially set up by The Second Xiangya Hospital to provide mental crisis intervention.

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