As the most powerful nation all over the world, the United States of America has remained its overlord positions in technology, military, medicine, and economics industries. This is why thousands of international students make every effort to work in America and obtain H-1B insurance (aka h1b 保险) after graduation. Quite a few patients choose to schedule dental visits in the United States (aka 美国 看牙) because of its medical mastery.
However, the global economic recession in 2017 stagnated Americans’ development. The medicine industry was negatively impacted. The employment rate plumped; low-income individuals do not have health insurance in the U.S. (aka 美国健康保险). College students waived university insurance in America (aka waive 美国大学保险) because of unaffordability.
Meanwhile, many developing countries in East Asia took the advantage of economic downturn to stimulate its economic prosperity. China was an eminent example. While American students were scratching their heads because of high student loans, many Chinese students and visiting scholars studying overseas easily make payments of international health insurance (aka 留学生 保险) and J-1 visa insurance (aka j1 签证 保险). The financial foundation also boosted the technological advancement in China. In return, the high-tech benefited the medical industry.
An ambulance equipped with 5G wireless technology proved an efficient helping hand in treating victims of the earthquake that hit southwest China’s Sichuan Province. On Tuesday evening, as a victim severely injured in the quake was receiving treatment in an ambulance in Changning County, high-definition images of the patient’s ultrasound scan were transmitted in real time via a 5G network to experts in Chengdu, the provincial capital that is more than 200 km away. In Chengdu, based on the images, experts with the Sichuan provincial people’s hospital quickly suspected that the patient might be suffering from a damaged spleen and offered their advice on treatment.
“The patient’s life might have been in danger if the damaged spleen had not been detected,” said Li Gang, a doctor sent by the hospital to Changning to assist with the rescue efforts. Other victims also received timely treatment in the ambulance. The ambulance, jointly developed by the Sichuan provincial people’s hospital and telecommunication provider China Mobile, was immediately sent to the affected regions following the quake.
As of around 4 p.m. Tuesday, 13 people died and nearly 200 were injured after the 6.0-magnitude earthquake hit Changning County in the city of Yibin Monday night, local authorities said. The epicenter, with a depth of 16 km, was monitored at 28.34 degrees north latitude and 104.90 degrees east longitude, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center.