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Patient Watches ‘Baahubali 2’ While Getting Operated

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Undergoing a surgery is something that most of us are scared of. Imagine what if you have to get a surgery done while you are awake?

Sounds crazy and scary, right? Well, there are a few surgeries where a person needs to be awake and fully aware of the operation being done and one such surgery happened in India recently, in which a patient was made to watch the movie "Baahubali 2" and that too while being operated.

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It Happened In India…

This bizarre case happened in Andhra Pradesh, India, where the patient watched Baahubali 2 while the doctors operated on her. The movie surely kept her engaged, while the doctors performed the one-and-a-half-hour surgery on her.

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The Patient Was Diagnosed With...

According to sources, the patient, who is a 43-year-old nurse named Vinaya Kumari, was diagnosed with brain tumour and apparently she had suffered from fits and was admitted to a Guntur-based multispeciality hospital.

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According To The Surgeon…

The surgeon said, "In this surgery it was important for the patient to stay conscious and the film managed to do exactly that. The patient did not panic through the process, in fact, she was enjoying and humming the songs."

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The Patient Revealed This…

Unlike other patients, she revealed, "The surgery lasted for about an hour and half, but I hoped it would go on a bit longer, so that I could see the entire film."

Now, what do you have to say about this unique surgery. Should this be implemented in all hospitals? Leave us your opinion in the comment section below.

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Story first published: Wednesday, October 4, 2017, 22:37 [IST]
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