Nigerian Doctor Hailed For Using An "Improvised Incubator" To Save The Life Of A Premature Baby

at 12:30 PM, 8/11/2018 (2 months ago)
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A medical doctor has been trending online after he saved a child’s life by using a carton to improvise as an incubator. Dr. Chibuike Joseph Chukwudum, who works at a hospital in the southeastern part of Nigeria has been hailed a hero for his actions.

As there was no incubator available at the hospital where he works, he kept a fragile baby alive by creating an incubator with a carton. He then added hot water bottles and a source of light to keep the child as warm as possible.

See tweets and photos below;









Marakelvs at 12:37 PM, 8/11/2018 (2 months ago)
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may God bless d Doc plenty plenty
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edithehio at 01:00 PM, 8/11/2018 (2 months ago)
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God bless you doctor,
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kaposky at 04:56 PM, 8/11/2018 (2 months ago)
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IGBOS, ALWAYS BRILLIANT, INTELLIGENT AND BRAINY

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maizaxx at 08:17 PM, 8/11/2018 (2 months ago)
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Now this is something that requires a national award and not the one we give those run down, God forsaken so called miscreants of senators.
Kudos to you doc and may the blessings of all be with you always.
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