British photographer Christopher Nunn (Christopher Nunn), who was wounded in both eyes as a result of the shelling, had surgery, doctors hope to restore vision.
According to the website of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine, citing the chief doctor of the Dnipropetrovsk regional hospital. I. Mechnikov Sergey Ryzhenkoinjured by shelling a British photojournalist Nunn was taken to a condition of average weight. After necessary examinations, he was transferred to a specialized ophthalmologic clinical hospital.
Surveying the wounded, the ophthalmologists found that as a result of shrapnel wounds the patient has received multiple lesions in both eyes. After consultation with the chief ophthalmologist of the Armed forces of Ukraine made a decision for urgent surgical intervention.
According to Director of Dnipropetrovsk regional specialized clinical ophthalmological hospital of doctor of medical Sciences Valery Serdyuk, within 4 hours of the best surgeons fought to save the view of the victim.
«After the operation we had hoped that Christopher would see with both eyes. But it will be a long treatment process,» said Serdyuk.
As reported, on February 2, the British photographer Nunn and Lieutenant Colonel of the state service of Ukraine for emergency situations Dmitry Treekin suffered as a result of attack by fighters of Avdeevki. Photographer with eye trauma were evacuated to 66 military medical hospital, where after examination was taken to regional clinical hospital. I. Mechnikov in the Dnipro.
The Dnipro was operated on the wounded in Avdiivka British photographer, doctors hope to restore vision 04.02.2017