A British cosmetic surgeon who has actually invested months operating in Aleppo contacts Theresa May to act where her predecessor did not
T en days ago my phone pinged. It was my cosmetic surgeon coworker from M1 Hospital in Aleppo asking my suggestions about a client with a deep problem in his hips. He informed me that around 20 clients were being confessed following a thought chemical weapon attack with chlorine. His emergency situation department was complete. He had insufficient masks or oxygen cylinders offered to deal with the bulk. Since of absence of devices, he was not able to aerate any of the seriously ill clients. 2 clients consequently passed away from the chlorine, which became hydrochloric acid and liquified their lungs. He was ravaged.
We continued the discussion the following day when he informed me that, from 8 oclock in the early morning till midnight, there was a consistent barrage of bombs come by the Syrian and russian air forces and there was a continuous flood of dead and passing away clients.