According to Sic爱上海品茶微信huan Provincial People’s Hospital, the 5G emergency rescue system,
which integrates artificial intelligence, augmented reality, virtual reality and drone applications, allows a series of me
dical checks including blood tests, electrocardiograms and ultrasounds to be given to patients right away. The inf
ormation can then be transferred back to the hospital in real time, which greatly saved time in rescuing patients.
The rescue system also helped another 72-year-old patient who got a fracture in the earthquake. According to report from China
news.com, a temporary ward supported by 5G technology was established at the epicenter of the di
saster zone for consultation with doctors from Chengdu, as the aged patient had a previous history of high blo
od pressure and cerebral infarction, which necessitated more careful treatment.
“The 5G-based network thoroughly solved the problems of poor
definition and distortion of images, as well as interrupted signal transmissions,” said Li W
ei, deputy director of the emergency center of Sichuan Provincial People’s Hospital.
ent Co Ltd, and China Shipbuilding Industry Corp, accordin
g to data from the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission.
David Lipton, the International Monetary Fund’s first deputy managing director, sa
id: ” (China’s) Credit growth and corporate debt have been reduced thanks to concerted efforts to strengthen fin
ancial regulation, reduce regulatory arbitrage, and improve the framework for financial supervision.”
His statement came after the IMF published a report forecasting that China’s economic growth is expected to mo
derate to 6.2 percent this year, down from 6.4 percent in the first quarter, as uncertainty around trade tensions re
mains high and risks are tilted to the downside. Inflation, in the meantime, is projected to rise to 2.3 percent.
A total of 85,000 international students studied in postgraduate program
s in China in 2018, a year-on-year increase of 12.28 percent, the Ministry of Education said on June 3.
Among 492,200 international students studying in China in 2018, 52.44 percent were studying in
degree programs, up 6.86 percent from 2017, said a press release from the ministry.
The growth of international students in engineering, management, science and agricultural science all reached 20 perce
nt, indicating the increasing attraction of science programs in China, the statement said.
The international students in China came from 196 countries a
nd regions and 52.95 percent of them were from 64 countries along the Belt and Road.
About 63,000 of them were sponsored by Chinese government scholarships, the ministry said.