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Sunday, 14 April 2019

Construction Worker, 21, Miraculously Survives An Iron Rod Piercing His Head After He Fell Down A Well While Carrying Out Repair Work

Construction worker, 21, miraculously survived an iron rod piercing through his entire
These gruesome pictures show a man who miraculously after a long iron road speared through his entire head.

Construction worker Sanjay Bahe, 21, was doing some repair work at a construction site when he fell down a well and the rod pierced straight through his head.

The young man, from Balaghat in central India, was rushed to B.J. Hospital in nearby Gondia, after the iron rod pierced from the right temporal region of his brain to the left frontal region.

The young man, from Balaghat in central India, was rushed to B.J. Hospital in nearby Gondia, after the iron rod pierced from the right temporal region of his brain to the left frontal region
A team of neurosurgeons, lead by Dr Pramod Giri, rushed to perform a gruelling 90-minute surgery to remove the rod, as Sanjay went into a crucial state of hypotension or low blood pressure.

Mr Bahe was resuscitated with blood and blood products and was taken for surgery at the Neuron Hospital.

And, miraculously, after an hour and a half of surgery, the rod was removed safely with hardly any bleeding or injury to the surrounding area.

A team of neurosurgeouns, lead by Dr Pramod Giri, rushed to perform a gruelling 90-minute surgery to remove the rod, as Sanjay went into a crucial state of hypotension, or low blood pressure

Miraculously, after an hour and a half of surgery, the rod was removed safely with hardly any bleeding or injury to the surrounding area
Miraculously, after an hour and a half of surgery, the rod was removed safely with hardly any bleeding or injury to the surrounding area


Mr Bahe's main blood channels to the brain was preserved by just millimetres, said Dr Giri.
He said: 'Giving anaesthesia to the patient in such cases is difficult. We did right by positioning the intubation to maintain vital channels in the brain during the operation.'
'I performed the surgery with all caution so that damage to the surrounding structures shouldn't happen.'
The doctor added: 'One complication that can take place in such cases is causing meningitis to the patient.
'Fortunately, he is doing fine after the surgery, and we are also taking care to prevent meningitis.'
An X-ray image taken before the operation shows Mr Bahe's astonishing injury
An X-ray image taken before the operation shows Mr Bahe's astonishing injury
Sanjay's main blood channels to the brain was preserved by just millimetres, said Dr GiriAbove: the rod after its removal from Sanjay Bahe's head
Sanjay's main blood channels to the brain was preserved by just millimetres, said Dr Giri. Above: the rod after its removal from Sanjay Bahe's head

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