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Xu Weiguo

Department: Respiratory Medicine
Title: Chief Physician

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Good at chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and pulmonary infectious diseases.

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Special Needs Clinic: Thursday morning

Detailed introduction

Chief physician, professor, doctor, doctoral supervisor. He graduated from the Medical Department of Harbin Medical University in 1980 and entered the postgraduate degree in Internal Medicine Respiratory of Shanghai Second Medical University in 1988. He successively served as the resident and attending physician of the Department of Pulmonology of Ruijin Hospital, the attending physician and deputy chief physician of the Department of Respiratory Medicine of Xinhua Hospital, and was promoted to chief physician in 2000. He was invited to study and study at San Antonio University Hospital in Texas, USA. He is the deputy director of the Department of Nutrition of Shanghai Jiaotong University, the deputy director of the Chinese Hospital Management Journal, the deputy director of the Shanghai Slow Group's lung professional group, the executive editor of the "Chinese Journal of Practical Internal Medicine", and the deputy director of the Shanghai Health Management Research Association.

Professor Xu Weiguo has long been engaged in the clinical work of respiratory medicine and the study of the nutritional status of COPD. As the person in charge, he has completed 7 scientific research projects at various levels, published 48 papers, and edited and edited 6 academic monographs. Professor Xu Weiguo strives to study clinical technology, pays attention to clinical medical research, and is good at continually summing up experience in the practice of medical education and research, and actively training and guiding young doctors to carry out their work. Professor Xu Weiguo has successively undertaken teaching and teaching tasks for students majoring in clinical medicine, pediatrics, medical nutrition and health management.

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