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WorldDevoted surgeon falls asleep while SQUATTING DOWN after performing six operations without a break... still holding the arm he just re-attached for his last patient

18:55  12 january  2019
18:55  12 january  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Chinese Surgeon Sleeps During Surgery, Photo Goes Viral

Chinese Surgeon Sleeps During Surgery, Photo Goes Viral Orthopedic surgeon Luo Shanpeng was seen in the photo squatting down by the surgery table, holding up the right arm of a migrant worker with his left hand. His eyes were closed and he appeared to be sleeping. A nurse who was working with Luo in the surgery was the one who took the picture. “Seeing this makes my heart ache,” said the nurse. After the photo was uploaded on WeChat, a Chinese messaging platform, it went viral. Luo was hailed as a hero by people who saw the photo because it showed his dedication to prioritize his patient’s lives over his need to rest. Luo had performed five back-to-back operations on Jan.

falls asleep while SQUATTING DOWN after performing six operations without a break still holding the arm he just re - attached for his last Orthopedic surgeon Luo Shanpeng worked about 20 hours non-stop in China. His sixth operation began after he 'd finished his shift and it lasted eight

The arm was almost severed from his body. Even though he was severely overworked, having received no breaks for a stretch of 20 hours, the surgeon A Chinese surgeon fell asleep in the operation room while re - attaching a patient ’s arm recently. In this representational image, a patient

A Chinese surgeon has been hailed as a hero after working about 20 hours non-stop to save urgent patients.

Devoted surgeon falls asleep while SQUATTING DOWN after performing six operations without a break... still holding the arm he just re-attached for his last patient© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Luo (pictured) said it was an honour to become a surgeon and patients are most important A poignant picture shows orthopedic surgeon Luo Shanpeng falling asleep by the operating table after re-attaching the severed arm for a migrant worker.

He was sleeping while squatting down by the table, still holding the arm he had just re-attached for the patient.

He had performed five operations and his sixth surgery lasted for eight hours.

'Seeing this makes my heart ache,' said the nurse who took the picture of her colleague out of respect. The picture has gone viral after appearing on WeChat, a Chinese messaging platform.

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As a plastic surgeon at Methodist Hospital, he had performed 800 operations over the previous year and ‘We’ re coming to get you!’ Alford was still conscious when his neighbours Kevin and Snuffy The daily workouts built strength in his back and abdominal muscles, improving his ability to hold

3. He prescribes operations and treatment. 4. Many patients are operated on by this surgeon . Before the operation the surgeon and his assistants wash their hands according to the rule> of When the patient has fallen asleep , the surgeor. disinfects the skin of the region to be operated on

Luo works for the No. 6 People's Hospital of Guiyang in south-eastern China's Guizhou Province.

Devoted surgeon falls asleep while SQUATTING DOWN after performing six operations without a break... still holding the arm he just re-attached for his last patient© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Chinese surgeon Luo Shanpeng is seen asleep by the operating table after saving six patients. He has re-attached the arm for a migrant worker and is holding it so keep the blood flowing He told Guiyang Evening News that he had already performed five operations when a patient was rushed into the hospital at around 6pm on January 3.

The patient's right arm had been mangled in a meat mincer and nearly torn off from his body.

Luo decided to carry out emergency surgery for the patient despite the fact that he had already worked over time.

'Otherwise, the patient would lose his arm.'

Commenting on the picture, Luo said: 'I wanted to shut my eyes and have a rest. I didn't expect to fall asleep.'

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Someone who falls asleep on a limb is unlikely to do major damage to the nerves, Dyck says. They might want to be extra careful not to fall asleep on a limb or even cross their leg to avoid nerve compression. Again, for most people who wake up to a dead limb, it's just a temporary annoyance.

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The picture was taken at around 4am the next day.

He told the local newspaper that he had worked nearly 20 hours without a break by then. He held the patient's arm because the patient was still undergoing general anesthesia, and the arm couldn't touch anything until the cast on it dries up.

Therefore, he held the arm for the patient. This also kept the blood circulating in the arm for the patient.

Speaking to video platform Pear, Luo said though he was tired at the time, he agreed to perform the surgery as he felt he could still concentrate.

He said as a surgeon it was important for him to keep his body healthy and his mind clear.

Luo added that it was an honour to become a surgeon and the happiest thing for him was to see his patients recovering.

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