breaking news, as miguna stole the headlines,

As we were talking about miguna, jap and nasa

Kenyatta National Hospital and College of Health Sciences, University of Nairobi (UoN) doctors made another historical milestone by successfully re-implanting a limb that had accidentally been severed by a Chaff Cutter machine.
Mr Joseph Theuri, 17 year old from Kiambaa- Kiambu County, will remain a living testimony and add into the list of successful major surgeries that KNH and College of Health Sciences UoN have performed in the recent past.

On 26th January, 2018 Mr. Theuri was presented by relatives at the KNH Accident & Emergency, as a referral from Kiambu Hospital, in severe pain with the hand completely detached from the right arm.
The medical intervention immediately commenced by a multidisciplinary team of fifteen (15) specialists and Mr. Theuri’s hand was re-implanted in a highly delicate surgery that lasted over 7 hours. Prof. Stanley Khainga and Dr. Ferdinand Nang’ole led the team of specialists including Plastic Surgeons, anesthetists, orthopedic surgeons and Nursing to realize the historical achievement.

“Two teams were constituted with one team preparing the hand and the other team working on the stump. This was very important as we were racing against time” Said Dr. Nang’ole.
Lily Koros Tare, CEO KNH celebrated the team for their precision and expertise that has reclaimed the hand of Mr. Theuri.
“This successful surgery adds into the list of the great milestones that KNH specialists have made to save, transform, reclaim and prolong lives of many Kenyans and patients from East and Central Africa region.” Said the CEO

Previously, KNH specialists have made other landmark medical achievements including separation of siamese twins, removed a bullet lodged in Baby Satrin’s brain, gave a smile to Roseline Wanyama who had a tumor which had severely affected her jaw, not to forget baby Hope, who was born at 400gms weight, removed a knife lodged in Fatuma Ibrahim’s temporal bone and the kidney transplant of a two year old as well as open heart surgery just to mention but a few.

Fagga!!! Weka spoiler. :mad:

Msenge wacha kuwa sissy

Sissy man

:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek: wapi @uwesmake aturushie pic za kusafisha macho


Interesting.Kumbe Knh wanajua kufanya kazi.Good work.

Hio mkono si inafaa kuwa bandaged?

A truly breakthrough in kenya,…

Forrowing crosely…
Can they reattach balls?

:D:Dshida ni nani atakua donor…juu ball moja ya MOD haijulikani mahali iko.

Hyo mkono bado inaweza shtua bajaj? :rolleyes:

Now we just need some other Masters degree holder come up with a way to harness the sun’s energy into electricity affordably.
And other Agricultural engineering graduates to come up with ways of ensuring food security in Kenya.
Na hiyo yoooote… Hi maendeleo!
Nairobi inatolewa takataka, and universities do what they are meant to do; produce innovators and game changers instead of copy pasters.

At this rate I need to renew my pre 2010 issued Kenyan passport!


So those who worked on it were idiots not to have bandaged it? Where were you to bandage it?

it heals faster when left open and they wanted to prevent compartment syndrome

Are you an doctor?

Are you a doctor?

The headlines we need…
This and other development projects like the lamu port,sgr,geothermal should be made into an hour long features and broadcast nationwide.

Kenya education system produces job seekers not innovators blame it on mwakenya