Great Doctor Ling Ran Chapter 439
440 Extremely Confiden
Wei Jiayou was a very confident person.
This was especially true when he was using Hermes Eau de Gentiane Blanche. Wei Jiayou believed that he was a thousand-year-old ginseng who was capable of making people's lives better. He believed that not only could he make patients' lives better, but he was also capable of making other doctors' lives better.
Wei Jiayou rose and sprayed more perfume on his wrist. He then printed the research paper he was almost done with and headed to Ling Ran's office.
"Doctor Ling, did you suspend my account?" Wei Jiayou did not look like he was here to denounce and provoke Ling Ran at all. Instead, there was a confident and mocking smile on his face.
Ling Ran nodded and looked at Wei Jiayou. "Yes."
Ling Ran offered no explanation, and his expression was neither solemn nor stern. He seemed like he had just paid Wei Jiayou's taxi fare on his behalf.
"So, I take it that you already know that I'm writing a research paper regarding the CPR you carried out?" Wei Jiayou smiled. Find authorized novels in Webnovel，faster updates, better experience，Please click www.webnovel.com for visiting.
Ling Ran nodded.
"Hmm… I was planning to let you proofread and correct the research paper after I'm done…" Wei Jiayou put on a polite front and scratched his nose as he sniffed the whiff of ginseng on his wrist. He then flashed a satisfied smile and said, "You're only vigilant because you've not seen the research paper yet. You won't be worried anymore after you read it. My research paper only benefits you, nothing else. It won't bring harm to you in any way."
Wei Jiayou was acting in a pretty condescending manner, as from his perspective, he was indeed making Ling Ran's life better.
To prove his point, Wei Jiayou simply passed the research paper, which he was almost done with, to Ling Ran. "You can take a look at it. I'm merely making your achievement known to the world."
Ling Ran took the research paper from Wei Jiayou and started flipping through it without bothering to put on a polite front.
[An Observational Report on Prolonged Barehanded CPR] spoke of Doctor Ling Ran from the Emergency Medical Center of Yun Hua Hospital at the very beginning. The content that followed also mostly consisted of praise.
"If you're seeking for my opinion, I do not agree with this." Ling Ran placed the research paper on the table.
"This is a good opportunity for you to rise to fame." Wei Jiayou toyed with the stack of research paper for a bit and continued, "Think about it. We can choose an international conference, and I'll talk about this research paper on stage. After I manage to capture everyone's attention, I'll introduce you to the audience. The conference room would definitely be full of cheers…"
Wei Jiayou raised his hands and placed his palms wide apart to imply how big the occasion would be.
As the renowned rising star of the medical field in Shanghai, ever since Wei Jiayou returned to China, he had a lot of such opportunities.
This was probably because he was known for having a PhD from Johns Hopkins University. It could also be attributed to the fact that he had Di Maocai as a teacher. At the same time, his personality also played a big part.
Puzzled, Ling Ran glanced at Wei Jiayou. What was the point of rising to fame and receiving cheers from the audience?
If CPR were all about fame and cheers instead of the process of resuscitating the patients itself, Ling Ran would not be interested in CPR at all.
Unexpectedly, Wei Jiayou knew what was on Ling Ran's mind when he saw Ling Ran's expression.
In truth, Wei Jiayou often saw the same expression on his own face when he looked into the mirror.
A total lack of interest.
Wei Jiayou was not interested in many things and often had a disinterested expression when dealing with many people and things. However, it was hard for him to believe that there was actually a doctor who was not interested in his own achievements.
Wei Jiayou furrowed his eyebrows. "Even if you want to write your own research paper about the extremely prolonged CPR you just did, my research paper wouldn't affect your work. Besides, I believe that my research paper is able to provide a fresh outlook on things…"
"It won't." Yu Yuan wrinkled her nose as she entered the office. She seemed rather annoyed at the smell of ginseng that lingered in the air.
Wei Jiayou chuckled. "If you look at the same thing from different perspectives…"
"Doctor Ling is already done with his research paper," Yu Yuan said.
"Hmm? It's already done?" What Yu Yuan just said captured Wei Jiayou's attention.
Yu Yuan confirmed what she just said. "It's already done."
Wei Jiayou contemplated for a moment. "You can take a look at my research paper and make a decision after that."
After Wei Jiayou said that, he turned and left.
As Yu Yuan stared at Wei Jiayou, she felt as though she was looking at thousand-year-old ginseng, which had been dug out of an old forest on Changbai Mountain. At this moment, the ginseng was confidently, joyfully, determinedly, and tenaciously striding forward as all its rootlets swayed in the air.
"Is this Wei Jiayou's research paper?" Yu Yuan saw the stack of papers on the office table.
Ling Ran nodded.
"Is it well-written?" Yu Yuan asked.
"It's pretty good."
"Compared to ours?"
Ling Ran flashed a slight smile.
Ling Ran, who possessed Perfect Level Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, would not find Wei Jiayou's research paper any better just because he looked as confident as a ginseng spirit.
Yu Yuan picked up Wei Jiayou's research paper and read it carefully.
As the saying went, "An influential person is able to provide shelter to other people." Since Wei Jiayou was renowned in the medical field of China, he was not to be underestimated.
Besides, Yu Yuan was very experienced in writing research papers. She knew that certain people had the ability to make something sound better than it actually was.
When she recalled how confident Wei Jiayou was before he left, Yu Yuan had no choice but to put a little effort into reading his research paper earnestly.
"I'll head to the treatment room first." After Ling Ran glanced through the available cases on his computer screen, he did not feel like staying in the office anymore. He immediately headed downstairs after informing Yu Yuan about it.
"I'll come with you." Yu Yuan followed Ling Ran with the research paper in her hand.
Yu Yuan continued reading the research paper as she walked.
It was a good thing that she was petite. Hence, the available surface area of her bumping into things was smaller than the average person, and with Ling Ran clearing the path ahead of her, she did not end up bumping into anything at all.
"It's actually pretty well-written," Yu Yuan spoke as she walked behind Ling Ran.
Ling Ran hummed in agreement. "Based on the data and information he has, it's considered pretty good."
"I know, right? His thought processes in the paper are pretty excellent." Yu Yuan then flipped to the next page. However, she clicked her tongue a few times and started laughing. "Unfortunately, no matter how excellent his ideas are, they are still just an opinion. He does not have the slightest clue of how the CPR was actually carried out since he didn't participate in it."
Ling Ran nodded. "CPR is different from patient to patient, and has to be modified according to the patients' condition."
"So, you're saying that…" Yu Yuan paused for a moment to continue reading the research paper. She then laughed out loud. "Some of his points of view are pretty accurate, though. For example, this one. 'The upper respiratory tract is opened early on to ensure enough oxygen supply.' It's a shame that we have written all these in our research paper."
After Yu Yuan said that, she hesitated for a moment before continuing, "When our research paper is published, will it cause a misunderstanding? Wei Jiayou might think that we put that information in after reading his…"
"A research paper is never as important as the actual work done." Ling Ran turned around and glanced at Yu Yuan.
As Yu Yuan was walking with her head lowered as she read the research paper, she nearly bumped her head into Ling Ran. Ling Ran grabbed her forehead with his palm.
Yu Yuan raised her head in a daze and immediately smiled. "You're right. No matter what's written in the research paper, it's nothing compared to the work that we've done."
"There's no need to think about all this." Ling Ran waved his hand dismissively. He was already looking around the treatment room to see if there were any interesting cases.
Yu Yuan sort of understood why Wei Jiayou was so confident after she finished reading his research paper.
It was pretty well-written indeed.
However, he probably would not be so full of confidence if he had read Ling Ran's research paper before he left.
"What are we going to tell that person… I mean, Wei Jiayou?"
"Let's just upload our research paper. He'll see it when it shows up in the system." After Ling Ran said that, he rushed toward a wailing child whose leg was covered with blood.