If you make up your mind to help someone, even difficulties may not stop him. A doctor from Jaipur has done something similar. In fact, Dr. Satish Mishra, who worked as a medical officer in the Chief Medical Health Office (CMHO) in Jaipur, played an important role in saving the life of an old woman in Kolkata. In fact, Dr. Satish Mishra had seen a social media request of a Bhutanese woman, in which a Bhutanese woman had sought help for her mother battling cancer in Kolkata. The woman had
It was difficult to find blood of Bhutanese man in Kolkata.
On Friday, TOI spoke to the doctor and some of his friends who had helped the Bhutanese family. Mishra said, “I was arranging oxygen and beds for Kovid patients here in the city, when one day I saw this post on the social networking platform.” In the post, a Bhutanese woman, Tshering Tshomo, requested plasma for her 56-year-old mother, Pabi Maya Tikhatri. Doctor Mishra said that “I could not sleep that night after hearing this. I was upset and restless because in this post it was said that the woman had cancer. Also he needed at least 70 units. At the same time, it also came to my mind that how the people of Bhutan can find blood donors in Kolkata, so decided to help them.
Life saved with the help of Vikram Dadhich
Mishra told that after this we searched the contact list of blood donors. Here contacted a donor named Vikram Dadhich, who had information regarding a group of blood donors across the country. We then managed to find 60 willing donors who gave her blood. Since then the patient has been discharged. Dr. Mishra says that “I am thankful to God that I could do this with the help of Vikram ji.”