PFCCS Was Successfully Held at ZUCH
From July 29 to July 31, 2021, the Children’s Hospital of Zhejiang University School of Medicine and the American Society of Critical Care Medicine jointly held the third version of pediatric fundamental critical care support course (PFCCS) in Hangzhou. Experts at home and abroad were invited to give lectures for the PFCCS course, which covers the latest progress in diagnosis and treatment in the field of pediatric critical care.
PFCCS is a course designed by the American Society of Critical Care Medicine for pediatric critically ill patients to undergo basic critical care diagnosis and treatment in the emergency room, ward and ICU. Since 2011, our hospital has been cooperating with the American Society of Critical Care Medicine to prepare for the PFCCS course. In February 2014, the PFCCS course was held in China for the first time. Until now, it has been successfully held for 9 consecutive sessions and has trained more than 1,000 trainees from all over the country.
In this class, Prof. Du Lizhong delivered a welcome speech at the opening ceremony, and the head of the course, Prof. Shu Qiang, gave talks. Subsequently, the experts taught the latest progress and development directions in the field of critical illness in children from a professional perspective, including "Acute Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation" by Prof. Mudit Mathur, a senior expert on the PFCCS course in the United States, "Acute Respiratory Failure and Mechanical Ventilation" by Prof. Shu Qiang, "Newborn Pulmonary Hypertension and PDA Evaluation and Treatment Issues" by Prof. Du Lizhong, "Endocrine Diseases Starting with Acute Abdomen" by Professor Fu Junfen , "Progress in Diagnosis and Treatment of Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome" by Prof. Mao Jianhua, etc.
After three days of training, the study class ended successfully. All participants and speakers gave positive feedback to the PFCCS course.