A rescue through ice and snow

2022-05-17 0 By

Sun Xu and others are on duty at the “Haituo Bowl” course of the National Alpine Skiing Center in Xiaohaituo Mountain on February 10, at an altitude of more than 2,000 meters. The ground is covered with snow and ice.The Swiss skater, who had just finished the men’s all-around downhill competition, collapsed on the track, unable to move.”The patient suffered injuries to the left forearm and shoulder joints with fracture manifestations.”Beijing Jishuitan hospital trauma orthopaedic doctor Sun Xu quickly gave the diagnosis.”Patients are advised to be transported as soon as possible!”Instructions from the hospital’s command center could be heard over the earpiece of a walkie-talkie.In this smooth and efficient first aid process, relying on China Unicom’s independently developed 5G first aid equipment and “V command platform”, in less than 12 minutes, The Unicom 5G first aid vehicle carrying all kinds of medical equipment whistled to the patient, winning the golden treatment time.Recalling the rescue, Sun Xu is still impressed by the real-time agility of China Unicom 5G first-aid equipment.As the appointed medical commissioner for alpine skiing in the Winter Olympics, the young doctor’s main task is to provide timely diagnosis and treatment for patients.”Alpine skiing is very dangerous.”In downhill races, athletes can travel at speeds in excess of 140 kilometers per hour, and sometimes injuries can be serious, with injury rates as high as 14 percent.”In Sun Xu’s opinion, athletes injured in training, often can only be treated by on-site doctors, and then transferred to a designated hospital, whether the best time for treatment is crucial.However, the on-site doctors alone cannot support the medical security of the whole event.Relying on the 5G first-aid equipment developed by China Unicom, a coordinated operation is being carried out in full force.Sun pointed to an instrument the size of a walkie-talkie hung on his chest. He said that all the doctors in the team would record audio and video of diagnosis and treatment in real time from the moment they arrived and rescued, and transmit the live diagnosis and treatment to the hospital command center through 5G network.”The 5G first-aid equipment of China Unicom can not only synchronously take scene pictures, but also send real-time information such as location and documents to organize multi-person video consultations.”Sun Xu said proudly.At the same time, on the big screen of the command center of Beijing Jishuitan Hospital, 100 kilometers away, the medical team who remotely analyzed the whole process of diagnosis provided advice to Sun and immediately began to dispatch personnel to the nearest designated hospital.V command, safer from the front diagnosis to the rear scheduling, how on earth is the medical staff to complete this space coordination?It turns out that all this is inseparable from China Unicom “V command platform” support.According to Tian Shu from the Industrial Internet Operation center of China Unicom Beijing Branch, 5G first-aid equipment will transfer uploaded video images and other data to the “V command platform”, a virtual base camp, to realize data storage on the cloud.Then, each command center connected with the platform system can complete the real-time presentation and retrospective retrieval of image data according to their own needs.Different from traditional camera equipment or wechat video transmission, business security is the biggest highlight of China Unicom’s “V Command Platform”, from data sending and receiving to node construction to background operation and maintenance.”Just like inserting A SIM card into a mobile phone, we have also configured a dedicated signal card for 5G first aid individual soldiers.”Holding a chip the size of a fingernail, Mr. Tian showed that to ensure the security of data transmission, the developers have set up a special IP address recognition function for the “V command platform,” specifying access rights for terminals and dispatchers.”The platform can only accept data transmission from dedicated 5G first-aid equipment,” he said.Tian shu explained.He introduced that in order to prevent hacker intrusion, computer room failure and other extreme events, the R&D team also designed two sets of platforms with the same configuration respectively in the Beijing Unicom industry cloud and China Unicom backbone cloud, so as to switch over in time when a failure occurs.For the database and other servers running on the platform, the team members also built again.”This way, if a server is damaged, the backup server can replace it.”Tian Shu figuratively called this move to the platform on the “double insurance.”In addition, to maximize service security, operators are allowed to operate and maintain servers only through dedicated lines or in the equipment room where the cloud is located.”Not only in terms of data transfer technology, but also on a deeper level, we ensure that raw data does not leave the private domain to minimize the risk of leakage.”Tian Shu said.With the support of China Unicom’s 5G network, more smart medical facilities, represented by China Unicom’s 5G ambulance, have also appeared in this Winter Olympics.According to Shan Liya of Zhongxun Post and Telecommunications Consulting and Design Institute Co., LTD., in addition to equipped with medical equipment such as ecg monitor, Unicom 5G ambulance also added 5G emergency gateway, camera, individual soldier and other data acquisition equipment to facilitate synchronous consultation inside and outside the hospital.”Doctors on board can use medical equipment to complete a series of examinations such as electrocardiogram and B-ultrasound in the first time, and send a large amount of data such as vital signs and condition records back to hospitals in real time through the 5G network, helping hospitals to quickly and accurately obtain conditions, formulate emergency plans in advance, provide timely guidance for in-transit treatment and improve the efficiency of emergency treatment.”Shan liya said.Although sun did not get on the bus to experience the convenience brought by the smart application, he was still full of praise for China Unicom’s medical security.In his view, this is a successful cross-border integration between China Unicom and the medical field by using digital technologies such as 5G network, big data and cloud computing.”Healthcare is going all digital.It’s not the old ‘put it on the computer’, it’s a real-time digital mirror.”In the near future, medical treatment may gradually transition to ARTIFICIAL intelligence, with the digital world helping humans manage the physical world, Sun said.In addition, doctors’ abilities will increasingly extend beyond the operating room and hospital walls.This also lays the foundation for the future of smart medicine.For example, all terminals will become collection points for ARTIFICIAL intelligence, equivalent to the digital world has perception;5G networks will make AI ubiquitous, and more smart applications will be easily loaded into mobile phones or medical terminals.In Sun Xu’s mind, this grand blueprint is unfolding.