Young Omani man decides to search for doctors who saved his life while he was born

Muscat: More than 24 years ago, Muhammad bin Marhoon Al-Riyami, was born in the police hospital, and at that time he suffered complete respiratory failure as a result of severe suffocation in the respiratory system, which forced the situation to undergo a special operation for him in the university hospital using a high-frequency ventilator As it was the only device in the Middle East at that time, and fortunately Muhammad was the first case to be treated using this device and the operation was successful.

In 1996 .. the news was circulated in various newspapers, including Al-Watan newspaper and the picture of Muhammad mediating this news while he is in the hands of doctors who are thrilled with the success of the first operation in the Middle East using the unique device, and the joy of Muhammad’s mother in this made her keep the snippets of those news and wrapped them.

Muhammad al-Riyami every time he intends to meet with those who helped save him from the doctors and start looking for them, he wrote a tweet in which many interacted until he reached some doctors and met them to hear from them the story of saving him again in another way and more details

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