Chinese medical experts to PH Frontliners: Very Professional that results to "high success rate"

Chinese medical experts to PH Frontliners: Very Professional that results to "high success rate"

Time and time again we have proven that Filipinos are world class, and in the field of health our doctors, nurses and other medical staffs are no different.

This was seen first hand by the Chinese medical team who are now in Manila, they have hailed the Filipino front-liners for treating coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients with a “high success rate.”

"The medical staff in the Philippines are very professional, they are able to follow the standard protocol in diagnosis and the treatment of Covid-19 and the results of the treatment are good with a high success rate," said Dr. Weng Shangeng, head of the Chinese medical team in Manila.

Chinese medical experts in their visit in Medical City in Pasig City
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The Chinese experts were also "deeply moved" by the health workers' active work in the face of the outbreak "despite the shortage of manpower, personal protective equipment, and sub-par work conditions."

Dr. Weng’s medical group are composed of 12 medical specialists, arrived on April 5 to provide the country with technical advice on epidemic prevention and control.
In the past few days, they discussed with health stakeholders’ best practices to arrest Covid-19's spread, the diagnosis and treatment model of China, and the possible application of "traditional medicine".

"Through field visits, data analysis, and multiple exchanges, we believe that the response measures taken by the Philippine government and the Department of Health to this pandemic are positive, productive, and effective," he said during the virtual conference 
Weng lauded the establishment of quarantine facilities for suspected cases and added laboratories for testing.
On the other hand, he underscored the need for improved testing capacity, contact tracing efforts, and more "mobile hospitals" for treating both suspected and confirmed cases.
"We believe that it (Philippines) will better control the spread of this disease after increasing the capacity of testing and increasing the number of mobile keeping hospitals," he said.

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