Handy Man's Power Drill Saves 12 Year Olds Life
AUSTRALIA - A doctor had to use an electric drill to perform brain surgery on a 12 year-old boy. It saved the child's life.
Nicholas Rossi fell off his bike and hit his head. He was in and out of consciousness as his parents raced him to a tiny local hospital. The doctor said the boy was going to die. Rossi's brain was bleeding. Dr. Rob Carson knew he only had a few minutes to save the boy's life by relieving the pressure on the brain. The blood would've continued to accumulate, push on the brain and result in death.
The small, rural hospital didn't have the proper tools for brain surgery, so the doctor got a power drill from the maintenance department. Carson spoke with a top nuero-surgeon from Melbourne over the phone who instructed him on what to do.
"The procedure didn't bother me," said Carson, "what worried me was
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