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Epidemiology of Ebola virus disease
Journal of ZheJiang University(Medical Science)    2014, 43 (6): 621-645.   DOI: 10.3785/j.issn.1008-9292.2014.11.001
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The current status and prospect of laparoscopic hepatectomy
CAI Xiu-jun
Journal of ZheJiang University(Medical Science)    2014, 43 (6): 646-651.   DOI: 10.3785/j.issn.1008-9292.2014.11.002
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Since the first laparoscopic hepatectomy has been reported in 1991, significant improvement has been made in this procedure. Laparoscopic hepatectomy has been applied as an importent procedure for treatment of hepatic diseases. In the paper, we give a review for present advances in the area of laparoscopic hepatectomy based on literature and our own experience, especially in the aspects of indications, surgical technique and the apparatus for hepatectomy.

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Highlights from 1st AGA professional conference in China
WANG Kan, et al
Journal of ZheJiang University(Medical Science)    2014, 43 (6): 728-730.   DOI: 10.3785/j.issn.1008-9292.2014.11.014
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Out-of-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation needs the ventilation
BAO Fang-ping, PAN Yuan-ming, ZHENG Shu-sen
Journal of ZheJiang University(Medical Science)    2014, 43 (5): 505-512.   DOI: 10.3785/j.issn.1008-9292.2014.09.004
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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is series of rescue measures for saving cardiac arrest patients. Early initiation and good quality of CPR is crucial for increasing chance of survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. In recent years, the CPR guidelines have changed a lot, especially in basic life support. The guideline now pays more attention on chest compression and less to ventilation. CPR with chest compression only and without mouth-to-mouth ventilation is more popular. In this article, we outline the development and recent researches of CPR. As depriving oxygen from a collapsed patient for 6 min may result in poor outcome, the average time for ambulance transport is longer (about 10 to 16 min) in China,which makes rescuers easy to feel fatigue, chest compression only CPR is not suitable in China. Though non-professional rescuers have difficulty to perform mouth-to-mouth ventilation, they generally show a willingness to do so. To strengthen public standard CPR training including mouth-to-mouth ventilation and chest compression, is most important to promote CPR in China.

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