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    Hu Yamei
    Hu Yamei

    Hu Yameiis a chief physician, the director of ward No.1 of the Department of Neurology, Henan Provincial People's Hospital, the vice chief of the Department of Neurology, Henan Provincial People's Hospital, vice president of Henan Society of Neurology, HNMDA, Henan Society of Stroke, Henan Medical Association, vice chairman of Henan Preventive Medicine Association Stroke Prevention and Control Specialized Committee, the member of the standing committee of Henan Medical Association Neurology Specialized Committee and the member of the standing committee of Henan Neuro-immune Specialized Committee. Hu graduated from the School of Medicine, Zhengzhou University (originally known as Henan Medical University) in 1984. After graduation, she was allocated to Henan Provincial People's Hospital due to her excellent academic performance. During the past over 30 years, she has been occupied in clinical work, so she has accumulated a wealth of clinical experience.  In 1989, she was engaged in advanced studies in the Department of Neurology, Xuanwu Hospital Capital Medical University, for one year. In 2002, she became a chief physician. Her main research direction is cerebrovascular disease, cognitive dysfunction and epilepsy. Hu is good at diagnosis and treatment of cerebrovascular disease (stroke), especially the treatment of acute cerebrovascular disease and finding and early intervention of risk factors of stroke. She focuses on neurological function and psychological rehabilitation treatment of stroke patients, health education of patients and early diagnosis and treatment of vascular cognitive dysfunction (dementia). She is also good at diagnosis and treatment of various types of adult epilepsy, dementia, Parkinson's disease, nervous system degeneration, multiple sclerosis, intracranial infection, myasthenia gravis, myositis, myopathy and other common diseases and stubborn diseases and has certain experience in diagnosis and treatment of psychosomatic diseases, depression and anxiety, insomnia, headache and dizziness. She has published over 20 papers on national and provincial magazines, has written 2 monographs and has won 1 national patent and 3 provincial and departmental scientific and technology achievement awards. Now she presides over 3 scientific research projects.

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