• Doctors Successfully Remove Pens, Spoons, Wood and Dangerous Weapons from a Woman’s Body (Graphic Photos)

    Doctors Successfully Remove Pens, Spoons, Wood and Dangerous Weapons from a Woman’s Body (Graphic Photos)

    Many have been left in serious shock after doctors successfully removed dangerous weapons and metals from a woman’s body.

      

    Doctors were left in shock after opening the stomach of a 43 years-old woman suffering psychic disorders, abdominal pain and vomiting for 10 days with a history of foreign body ingestion only to find nails, pens, spoon, woods, hair, metal chain and tooth brush.

    According to Meddy Bear who shared the photos, the rare condition is called “Metalbezoar”.

    Metal Bezoars are conglomerates of […]

  • Medical council inducts 493 foreign-trained medical doctors, six dentists

    Medical council inducts 493 foreign-trained medical doctors, six dentists

    According to reports, the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria on Tuesday swore-in 493 foreign-trained medical doctors and six dental surgeons.

    Dr. Abdulmumini Ibrahim, the Registrar of the council, at the induction ceremony in Abuja, said the 493 doctors were those who were successful out of the 563 medical candidates that registered for the October assessment examination conducted by the council.

    Ibrahim also said all six dental candidates scaled through the exams.

    While congratulating the successful candidates, Ibrahim urged them to uphold the […]

  • Plateau doctors get new condition of service

    Plateau doctors get new condition of service

    The Plateau Government has approved a new condition of service for medical doctors in the state in order to attract more indigenous doctors.

    The state Commissioner for Health, Dr Kunden Kamshak, made the disclosure in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Jos.

    Kamshak said the new condition of service would finally put an end to the paucity of medical doctors being experienced in the state due to poor remuneration.

    The commissioner said that a great number of […]

  • Doctors Use Saw and Bolt Cutters to Remove Ring Stuck on a Man’s P*nis While He was Using it for S*x (Grapic Photos)

    Doctors Use Saw and Bolt Cutters to Remove Ring Stuck on a Man’s P*nis While He was Using it for S*x (Grapic Photos)

    A man has landed in trouble after his p*nis stuck in a ring while using the object for his sexual satisfaction.

    Doctors in Bangkok, Thailand have saved a man’s life after his p*nis stuck in a metal c*** ring he was using for s*x. Dostos rallied round and used bolt cutters to remove the ring.

    The man has now been saved after emergency services had to be called in to take him to the nearest hospital in the area. […]

  • Resident doctors call-off 10-week strike in Rivers

    Resident doctors call-off 10-week strike in Rivers

    Association of Resident Doctors at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital has suspended its two months old strike.

    The doctors had gone on strike on the 3rd of August, citing poor management, non payment of full salary for doctors, incessant cases of robbery, lack of consumables, amongst others.

    Public Relations Officer of the group, Chibuzor Mbanasor told newsmen that the agreement to suspend the strike was reached after series of meeting with the hospital’s management and the intervention of the Chairman, […]

  • Oyo: Doctors begin warning strike in UCH

    Oyo: Doctors begin warning strike in UCH

    Resident doctors at the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan started  a five-day warning strike, yesterday over alleged short-payment in their salaries and allowances.

    Chairman of UCH Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), Dr. Lukman Ogunjinmi, said members embarked on the strike at 8:00am, yesterday, following a decision taken at  a congress on Tuesday afternoon.

    The bone of contention is the ‘skipping,’ which has to do with increased salary for resident doctors.

    “We wrote them (UCH management) a letter on October 7, 2016 where we […]

  • UNILORIN inducts 53 new medical doctors

    UNILORIN inducts 53 new medical doctors

    It was gathered that the University of Ilorin on Tuesday inducted 53 new members of the Batch B medical graduates of the institution.

    The Registrar of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria, Dr. Ibrahim Abdulmumini, who addressed the new doctors, urged them to treat patients with love and passion.

    Represented by a member of the Council, Zainab Saádu, the Registrar, however, cautioned that indiscipline would not be tolerated.

    Saádu said: “The MDCN will not hesitate to sanction erring doctor who does not […]

  • Man’s P*nis Gets Stuck in His Own Wedding Ring for 2 Days…See How Doctors Removed It (Video)

    Man’s P*nis Gets Stuck in His Own Wedding Ring for 2 Days…See How Doctors Removed It (Video)

    A man has suffered a major embarrassment of his life after his p*nis got stuck in his own wedding ring and he had to subject himself to scrutiny to remove it.

    This is the unbelievable moment doctors battled to remove a ring from a man’s p*nis after the organ got stuck in it.

    The humiliated man had to have his wedding ring prised from his p*nis after putting it on as a show of devotion and love to his wife.

    According to reports, […]

  • LAUTECH doctors protest over salary crisis

    LAUTECH doctors protest over salary crisis

    Resident doctors at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso on Friday staged a protest against the decision of the Oyo State Government to pay half salaries to the doctors since January 2016.

    Some of the placards displayed by the doctors at the school gate read, ‘Health service care must be accessible, affordable financially and acceptable’, Save Residency Training’, ‘IGR drive should not be at the expense of the citizens’, ‘No to half salary’, and ‘Do not starve our […]

  • Nurses urge doctors to shelve strike

    Nurses urge doctors to shelve strike

    Nurses under the aegis of University Graduates of Nursing Science Association (UGONSA) have appealed to the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) to shelve its planned nationwide strike.

     

    The association, in a statement, yesterday, said the oath of allegiance “to God and humanity by health workers was sacrosanct” and that “no reason was good enough for anyone to breach it in the name of strike’’.

    The association in a statement issued in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State by its National Secretary, Mr Goodluck Nshi, […]

  • Doctors appeal to Ajimobi to pay their full salaries

    Doctors appeal to Ajimobi to pay their full salaries

    It was gathered that the Association of Resident Doctors, Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso has appealed to Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo to pay them their full salaries.

    This is contained in a statement issued on Saturday in Ogbomoso by Dr Sebastine Oiwoh and Dr Ayobami Alabi the Presdient and General Secretaryof the association respectively.

    They expressed concern that members of the association had only been paid 50 per cent of their salaries from January to March, describing it as “unfair.’’

    “We […]