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《柳叶刀》杂志通信:武汉疫区医护公开急呼国际医护人员赶赴中国助抗疫(图)  

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国内删了报道《柳叶刀》这个通信的帖和新闻,有些官媒和地方说是谣言。将正常的官方《柳叶刀》网站发布的一页通信说成谣言,到底怕什么,是什么意思,专门骗某些地方的人吗?

厉害了,撤稿了!


官方《柳叶刀》最新(2020.2.26):《柳叶刀》这个通信的两位作者通知《柳叶刀》说所说的不是如作者所宣称的第一手情况, 他们希望收回这篇东西。我们因此采取了决定撤回这篇通信。

On Feb 26, 2020, we were informed by the authors of this Correspondence1 that the account described therein was not a first-hand account, as the authors had claimed, and that they wished to withdraw the piece. We have therefore taken the decision to retract this Correspondence.


作者单位是广州医院第三附属医院护士科和中山大学中山医院中医科。


官方《柳叶刀》网站原文链接:

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(20)30065-6/fulltext

官方《柳叶刀》网站撤稿原文链接:

https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(20)30076-0/fulltext


武汉疫区医护公开急呼国际医护人员赶赴国国助抗疫(图)

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国国两位在武汉新冠病毒(COVID-19)感染疫区的医护,2月24日在英国著名医学杂志《柳叶刀》网站上(The Lancet)发出不同寻常的全球呼吁,希望各国医护人员前往国国,帮助抗击疫情。

据路透社报道,这两位名叫曾迎春(音译:Zeng Yingchun)和甄燕(音译:Zhen Yan)的护士,1月24日前往武汉疫区,是广东最早一批进入武汉的医疗援助人员,一直在隔离病房工作。

两人在公开信中描述了武汉当地的医护条件和环境远比想像中的还要困难和恶劣。除了各种防护设备严重短缺,很多医护人员也出现皮疹、压疮等疾病,尤其是心理压力巨大。

两人表示:“跟所有人一样,我们也感到无助、焦虑和恐惧” 。

国国局严厉控制有关武汉新冠病毒疫情信息的传播,封-杀对当局处理疫情爆发的批评,并删除社交媒体上的批评帖文等。

不过,国国一个受欢迎的网上医疗信息平台《丁香园》2月26日上午登出了有关这封信的一篇文章,并引发微博平台上的广泛讨论。但是,这篇文章到下午已被删除。

路透社表示,目前《柳叶刀》和这封信的主要作者都没有回应要求置评的电邮。

虽然北北曾呼吁国际社会援助医疗物资,但是还没有要求国际医护人员参与抗疫工作。目前,国国只允许世界卫生组织派遣少数专家进入国国考察,也一再拒绝美国疾病控制中心(CDC)提出的派遣医疗和病毒专家前往帮助抗疫的请求。

到目前为止,国国报告有7万8千多人感染新冠病毒,2715人死亡,其中1716名医护人员确诊感染,9名医护死亡。因武汉当地医务人员极度短缺,国国各地已有1万4千名医务人员到武汉支援。

中国武汉抗疫第一线的两位护士2月24日在英国著名医学杂志《柳叶刀》上呼吁国际医护人员帮助武汉抗击疫情。 (柳叶刀杂志网站截图)
 

国国武汉抗疫第一线的两位护士2月24日在英国著名医学杂志《柳叶刀》上呼吁国际医护人员帮助武汉抗击疫情。 (柳叶刀杂志网站截图)


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作者单位是广州医院第三附属医院护士科和中山大学中山医院中医科。


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Retraction—Chinese medical staff request international medical assistance in fighting against COVID-19

Open AccessPublished:February 26, 2020DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(20)30076-0
 
On Feb 26, 2020, we were informed by the authors of this Correspondence

 that the account described therein was not a first-hand account, as the authors had claimed, and that they wished to withdraw the piece. We have therefore taken the decision to retract this Correspondence.

 

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    • Zeng Y 
    • Zhen Y
    Chinese medical staff request international medical assistance in fighting against COVID-19.

    Lancet Glob Health. 2020; (published online Feb 24.)

 
 

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RETRACTED: Chinese medical staff request international medical assistance in fighting against COVID-19

RETRACTED: Chinese medical staff request international medical assistance in fighting against COVID-19

Open AccessPublished:February 24, 2020DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(20)30065-6
 
 
 
On Jan 24, 2020, we came to Wuhan, China, to support the local nurses in their fight against the COVID-19 infection. We entered the Wuhan isolation ward as the first batch of medical aid workers from Guangdong Province, China. The daily work we are doing is mainly focused on provision of oxygen, electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring, tube care, airway management, ventilator debugging, central venous intubation, haemodialysis care, and basic nursing care such as disposal and disinfection.
The conditions and environment here in Wuhan are more difficult and extreme than we could ever have imagined. There is a severe shortage of protective equipment, such as N95 respirators, face shields, goggles, gowns, and gloves. The goggles are made of plastic that must be repeatedly cleaned and sterilised in the ward, making them difficult to see through. Due to the need for frequent hand washing, several of our colleagues' hands are covered in painful rashes. As a result of wearing an N95 respirator for extended periods of time and layers of protective equipment, some nurses now have pressure ulcers on their ears and forehead. When wearing a mask to speak with patients, our voices are muted, so we have to speak very loudly. Wearing four layers of gloves is abnormally clumsy and does not work—we can't even open the packaging bags for medical devices, so giving patients injections is a huge challenge. In order to save energy and the time it takes to put on and take off protective clothing, we avoid eating and drinking for 2 hours before entering the isolation ward. Often, nurses' mouths are covered in blisters. Some nurses have fainted due to hypoglycaemia and hypoxia.
In addition to the physical exhaustion, we are also suffering psychologically. While we are professional nurses, we are also human. Like everyone else, we feel helplessness, anxiety, and fear. Experienced nurses occasionally find the time to comfort colleagues and try to relieve our anxiety. But even experienced nurses may also cry, possibly because we do not know how long we need to stay here and we are the highest-risk group for COVID-19 infection. So far 1716 Chinese staff have been infected with COVID-19 and nine of them have unfortunately passed away. Due to an extreme shortage of health-care professionals in Wuhan, 14 000 nurses from across China have voluntarily come to Wuhan to support local medical health-care professionals. But we need much more help. We are asking nurses and medical staff from countries around the world to come to China now, to help us in this battle.
We hope the COVID-19 epidemic will end soon, and that people worldwide will remain in good health.
We declare no competing interests.
 
 
 

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