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At a Glance
    2018-January-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Cornea donation

AN 87-year-old man’s corneas were donated by his family after he passed away at a Longhua hospital Tuesday.

Fu Luming, who was born in Shanghai in 1931, had lived in Xinjiang since the 1950s and worked at a local Party school to support the development of Xinjiang. He and his wife came to Shenzhen to move in with their son last September.

Fu was taken to the hospital for acute gastroenteritis a few days ago and passed away Tuesday. Fu’s wife said he had made up his mind to donate his body before he passed away.

AED available

THE city’s first 24-hour community first-aid station was launched in a community in Shenzhen Hi-Tech Industrial Park in Nanshan District. An AED (Automatic External Defibrillator), a life-saving device that can provide timely treatment for people who suffer sudden cardiac arrest, is available for use at the station.

The AED was donated by netizens via a Tencent crowd-funding project. More AEDs will be installed in other communities across the city in the future.

Wrong food

AN 18-month-old boy was taken to Shenzhen Children’s Hospital after he accidentally swallowed five magnetic beads. The X-ray showed that the magnetic beads were in the boy’s intestinal tract, which had caused ileus and intestinal perforation.

Doctors removed the magnetic beads from the boy’s intestinal tract after a three-hour surgery. The boy made a good recovery after receiving an anti-infection treatment for over 10 days and has been discharged from the hospital.

Hit and run

A WOMAN was hit by a car in Bao’an District at around 8 p.m. Jan. 6 and died in the ambulance as she was taken to the hospital. The woman’s colleague said they didn’t use the zebra crossing or footbridge to save time. The hit-and-run driver, who was drunk driving when he hit the woman, was detained by the police five hours later.

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