Local authorities promised to award the doctors who continued with the operation and the firefighters who extinguished the blaze. Firefighters who took more than two hours to put out the blaze said they used fans to keep smoke out of the operating room.
Mr. Korah, a 49-year-old Dubai resident, needed an urgent heart bypass surgery as he had severe coronary artery disease with a heart function of only 25-30% and was on total blood thinning medications.
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) says small spots of blood trapped under the nail could indicate an infection in the lining of the heart or valves, called endocarditis.
Muhammad Mansoor Mohiuddin made headlines last week as the co-founder of the US university programme that successfully transplanted the heart of a genetically modified pig into a gravely ill American man.
The medical team implanted the defibrillator through a complex surgery, as Alyan weighed a mere 20kg, which resulted in him having incredibly thin subcutaneous tissues (the innermost layer of the skin).
The patient, David Bennett, had been deemed ineligible for human transplant — a decision that is often taken when the recipient has very poor underlying health. He is now recovering and being carefully monitored to determine how the new organ performs.