Monday, February 4, 2013

News the HP Doesn't Cover: IDF Save Palestinian Life

No story like this gets to the Huffington Post or most of the mainstream media, it interferes with the hatred narrative too much:
"An IDF medical team was called to assist on Sunday (January 27) in the case of a 13-year-old Palestinian dialysis patient whose condition had escalated to the point where his life was in danger.

"We received a call around nine in the morning from the Chief Medical Officer of the Judea and Samaria Division informing us that there was a boy hospitalized in the Jenin hospital in need of further intensive care," said Lt. Abed Rabah, Medical Officer of the Menashe Regional Brigade in the Judea and Samaria Division.

The Division Medical Officer was contacted when the child's condition escalated after he had been anesthetized and attached to a breathing tube, which resulted in pulmonary edema – fluid accumulation in the air spaces of the lungs. The IDF decided to transfer him to the Rambam Healthcare Campus in Haifa, whose Meyer Children's Hospital specializes in Pediatric Nephrology Dialysis.

"The most critical issue for us in the first stage was to get him to breathe on his own again, not mechanically," said Cpl. Jonathan Friedland, a paramedic with the Judea and Samaria Division. "The doctors at the Jenin hospital were unable to get him out of his mechanical breathing."

The team – consisting of an ambulance driver, a paramedic and a medical officer – received the child and his mother at the Gilboa-Jalame crossing, from where they were transported immediately to the Rambam Health Care Campus.

"Throughout the ride, we continued supporting him with anesthetics and kept him connected to a breathing tube," explained Lt. Rabah.

The boy arrived safely at the Haifa healthcare facility, where doctors helped him regain his breathing. He is now being treated in the hospital's Pediatric ICU, where he is in stable condition."
How dare this kid accept medical treatment from Israelis! He's a freaking normalizer!

(H/T Andreas Fagerbakke on Twitter)

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