The engineer fears that he will lose sight of the accident as the operation is canceled twice.

A man who accidentally cut his hand with a saw claims he had surgery canceled twice at the last minute. Engineer Mohammad Aghababai was using a miter saw when this serious incident happened.

Trying to stop the bleeding, Mohamed, who was working at Prestwich in Bury, Greater Manchester, wrapped a bandage from a first aid kit in his van to try to stop the bleeding, and last Wednesday, June, his wife was taken to A&E of Oldham Hospital by. 15.

There, he was told he had serious injuries and would need surgery because he had cut ’70 percent’ of the tendon in his hand. He said that he was told to return the next morning for surgery, but that never happened, Manchester Evening News reports,

Mohammed, 42, of Cheetham Hill, said: “It was very painful and bleeding, so I used a first aid kit in my van and my wife took me to A&E at Oldham Hospital. They checked my hand , and the doctor said it was serious and required surgery.

“They wrapped it with a bandage, told me to go home and didn’t eat anything or move my hand. I was given pain relievers and they said they would call me the next morning.

“The doctor told me that I may have to go to physiotherapy for my arm movements later. I will be out of work for at least a month, which is tough because I am an engineer and my hands are hard for me. They are very important. They are my life and my income.

“I couldn’t sleep and didn’t eat anything till about 11 am on Thursday, when they called me and said that the operation has been canceled and they will contact me as soon as possible. It was the day before, I was just waiting And was waiting in so much pain.”

Mohamed said he was called again over the weekend and was informed that his operation had been taken to Rochdale Hospital and would take place next week on Wednesday (22 June). Arriving at the hospital at 11.30 a.m., Mohammad claims he sat waiting, only to be told at 6 p.m. that his operation had been canceled a second time.

Tendons are the connective tissue that attaches muscle to bone and he admitted that he is now concerned that he may completely lose the use of his arm, which is for him to work and earn a living to provide for his family. is important. He says the hospital staff told him to go home again, and he will be contacted at an appropriate time.

Royal Oldham General Hospital accident and emergency
(image: Steve Allen)

The hospital’s trust contacted Mohammad for the third time on Thursday (June 23) and offered him one more time for the operation, which is now scheduled for Saturday morning (June 25) at 8 am.

He continued: “I couldn’t move my hand at all and was struggling to do normal things, I was really worried. Then a few days ago they called me again and said that I was going to have an operation at Rochdale Hospital on Wednesday. A week later, I went to the first A&E, and they told me again not to eat anything from last night.

“I arrived in Rochdale at 11.30 a.m. for an appointment and I sat there all day until 6 p.m. Then they came out and told me my operation had been canceled again.

“I asked him what I should do. I explained that I was in a lot of pain and I was so worried that I might lose the use of my hand completely. I’m an engineer and I can’t work or get any income Can’t, how can I continue with my life?

“I want someone to listen to me. I have a family and I have worked hard all my life and paid my taxes, and in times like this the least I can count on is the NHS.”

Oldham Care Organization chief officer David Jago later confirmed that patient Mohamed had been contacted again and that his surgery was rescheduled for this weekend. No explanation was given as to the reason for the cancellation.

They said: “We would like to apologize to Mr. Mohamed Agababei and his family for any inconvenience caused by the cancellation of his surgery, a member of our clinical team has contacted him today and we have postponed the surgery for this weekend.” reorganized.”

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