CHINA Hospital in Wuhan uses TCM to treat novel coronavirus patients

CHINA

Hospital in Wuhan uses TCM to treat novel coronavirus patients

People's Daily Online

20:47, February 28, 2020

A doctor in Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital takes the pulse of a patient with pneumonia caused by the novel coronavirus, Feb.25. (Photos: Xinhua)

In Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital, Tu Li (right), head nurse of the First Hospital of Hunan University of Chinese Medicine, treats a patient suffering from lack of sleep with TCM therapy known as Er Xue Ya Dou, which means ‘pressing granules on auricular acupoints’, Feb.25.

Zhu Ying, vice president of the First Hospital of Hunan University of Chinese Medicine and Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital, makes the rounds of the wards in Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital on Feb.25. The words on her back read, “We are together. Go, Wuhan!”

In Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital, Tu Li (right), head nurse of the First Hospital of Hunan University of Chinese Medicine, treats a patient suffering from lack of sleep with TCM therapy known as Er Xue Ya Dou, which means ‘pressing granules on auricular acupoints’, Feb.25.

In Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital, Tu Li (right), head nurse of the First Hospital of Hunan University of Chinese Medicine, treats a patient suffering from lack of sleep with TCM therapy known as Er Xue Ya Dou, which means ‘pressing granules on auricular acupoints’, Feb.25.

Zhan Min (right), a medical worker at the First Hospital of the Hunan University of Chinese Medicine, treats a patient with acupoint application in Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital on Feb.25.

Tu Li prepares to treat a patient with Er Xue Ya Dou in Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital on Feb.25.

Medical worker Wu Zhiting takes down medicine bottles containing concentrated single herb granules to prepare medicines for patients in Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital, Feb.26. The medicine bottles are stored on a shelf in the “smart mobile emergency TCM pharmacy” in a van.

Patients in Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital do Ba Duan Jin under the guidance of a medical worker, Feb.25.

Zhu Ying (left) and Dai Feiyue (middle), doctors from the First Hospital of Hunan University of Chinese Medicine, feel the pulse of a patient in Jiangxia Fangcang temporary hospital, Feb.25.

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