Doctor was pushed to the operating table after insisting on the use ofpainkillers in case of illness.
In the past two days, the story of Liu Lei, a hepatobiliary and pancreaticsurgeon at the First People's Hospital of Huaian City, Jiangsu Province, causedan uproar among friends. In order to treat the patient in time, heinsisted on completing the operation for the patient after the injection ofpainkillers. However, he did not realize that the patient had just leftthe operating room and was lying on the operating table because his conditionhad deteriorated.
At 6 pm on December 28, an emergency patient was admitted to the Department ofHepatobiliary Surgery of the First People's Hospital of HuaianCity. Surgery needs to be arranged immediately. The doctor on dutyLiu Lei and his colleagues immediately started preoperative preparation. Butat this moment, he felt a pain in his waist and abdomen.
Due to the critical condition of the patient, the operation must be performedas soon as possible. In order not to delay the best opportunity forrescue, Liu Lei decided to complete the operation of the painkiller. Afterconfirming that his condition was improving, Liu Lei and his colleaguesperformed the operation on the patient for the first time. The operationlasted more than an hour. Due to timely treatment, the patient's conditionstabilized.
Shortly after leaving the operating room, Liu Lei couldn't stand up againbecause of severe pain. Colleagues urged him to go to the urologydepartment.
By B-ultrasound, Liu Lei had 3 cm of water and 1 cm of urinary stones. Ifthis condition is left untreated, it can easily cause infection. If itcauses septicemia of the urinary system, it can sometimes be severelylife-threatening.
In this way, Liu Lei, who had just performed surgery on the patient, was lyingon the operating table before changing the gown.
After treatment, his body has gradually recovered. His dedication totreating patients has moved many people.
(Original title: As soon as the patient left the operating room, the doctor waspushed to the operating table by his colleague)