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var _abdm = _abdm |||| ;_abdm. push (["1512023572", "InPage", "1512024269", "InPage_1512024269"]); A Yangon General Hospital surgery group successfully reinstalled the right foot of a man who cut it off while running a mower last months. A 40-year-old man from Twante in the Yangon region had the crash on June 19, and the surgery was successfully completed within a few hour, according to a hospital report.
This more than four-hour surgical procedure included the participation of specialist and surgeon from the fields of palm and bones. This was the first of its kind in Myanmar, said U Khin Maung Myint, a clinical professorship and head of the hospital's manual and reconstruction division.
"He said the patients are in good physical condition and will be released soon." We' ve done a lot of operations on our hands and hands, but this is the first one we' ve ever sewn a foot back on,' he said. Throughout the first 24 to 36 hrs after an injury, your digits can be reimplanted or sewn on again, but your limbs or limbs should be treated within the first six hrs after cutting off.
Most importantly, gently wrapping the severed fingers or arms in a soft blanket and carrying them to the hospital in a cool box," said U Khin Maung Myint. Under Thaw Zin Htoo, a resident professor in the Division of Manual and Constructive Surgery, said that a hospital must be reached by a client within three hour of an injury.
Under Thaw Zin Htoo said that the procedure and aftercare will be performed free of cost. "Probably a client (who has this operation) will be sent home at the end of the months. Persons who have such an injury should ask 01-256112 (extension: 856) for help from the hospital and the microsurgical team.