(Photo from Xinhua shows the construction site of the Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital. )
Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital, the first specialized hospital in Wuhan for the admission and treatment of patients infected by the new coronavirus, will begin accepting patients on February 3. The hospital's first "remote consultation platform", which is powered by Huawei, will also be officially put into use.
On the evening of January 31, Huawei and China Telecom jointly completed the network laying and equipment commissioning of the first "remote consultation platform" at Wuhan Huoshenshan Hospital.
Through this platform, high-quality medical expert resources far from Beijing can conduct remote consultations with patients through front-line medical staff of Huoshenshan Hospital through remote video connection.
This will further improve the efficiency and effectiveness of case diagnosis and treatment, and to a certain extent alleviate the pain points of the first-line medical and nursing staff in Wuhan when they are nervous and overloaded with work. At the same time, it will also reduce the risk of foreign medical experts to Wuhan.
The integrated high-definition video conference terminal TE20 video conference equipment and management platform (Huawei MCU and Huawei Video Business Management Platform SMC) donated by Huawei can ensure the smooth operation of telemedicine in the extreme network environment of 512K bandwidth.
In addition, this system supports 1080P HD picture quality. In the context of telemedicine consultations, medical experts from both places may need to share medical files such as CT films of patients for diagnosis through auxiliary code streams. Therefore, the role of high-definition image quality is particularly critical.