SCB doctors remove wooden stick from boy’s back

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | March 20, 2024 IST

 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.

Cuttack, Mar 20: Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by successfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.

 

Reports indicate that Ambodar Maradi, a resident of Baida Kholi under Udala police station in Mayurbhanj district, was harvesting mahua flowers by climbing a tree in his neighborhood on Sunday when the incident occured. Subsequently, a 30-inch-long broken wooden stick, lying on the ground, pierced through his back up to his chest.

 

The boy was immediately referred to SCB MCH and admitted to the cardiothoracic and vascular surgery (CTVS) department on Monday. "Upon diagnosis, it was seen that the wooden stick had caused severe internal injuries. Besides puncturing his diaphragm, it had inflicted damage on his liver, kidney, right lung, and numerous blood vessels. 

 

Given the critical nature of the patient's condition, we opted for immediate surgery," stated Prof Manoj Kumar Pattanaik, the head of the department.

 

Under Prof Pattanaik's leadership, a team of doctors commenced the operation at 9 pm, dedicating approximately four hours to delicately remove the wooden stick and meticulously repair the injured organs and blood vessels. Prof Pattanaik affirmed that the patient's condition is now stable.

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 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
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 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
 Doctors at SCB Medical College and Hospital have successfully rescued the life of a 17-year-old boy, Ambodar Maradi, by skillfully extracting a wooden stick that had inadvertently penetrated from his back to his chest, inflicting injuries on several crucial organs and blood vessels.
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