Dr. Duck and the CIP
Dr. Duck and the CIP
Dr. Duck was giving a patient medicine when the speakers of the hospital bellowed "DR.DUCK PLEASE REPORT TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM NOW!!!!!" Dr. Duck flew down three floors to the ER and arrived to witness a horrifying scene. The nurse was drenched in the patient's blood and there were two roosters were on the bed one was extremely injured and the other doctors took her to the Operation theater as soon as they arrived. Dr. Duck was left in charge of the other rooster who was conscious and was bleeding copiously from her thigh. Dr. Duck put pressure on the wound but the rooster did not wince or had any kind of reflex at all. All she wanted to do was to see her mother who was in surgery. The 20-year-old rooster was screaming "Please let me meet my mom please, please !"
Dr. Duck had to take the assistance of three sparrow nurses to hold her down when he cleaned her wounds. She did not wince and when he asked her she gave no reply and continued screaming for her mother. She winced when the doctor put the swab to clean her wound but instead of moving away, she moved into the swab. Dr.Duck was observing and he saw the reaction and he knew once that the problem was. The rooster was having a Congenital insensitivity to pain (CIP) and it was an extremely rare condition. The rooster was strong and fought back the nurses and then she started moving towards the operation theater and when Dr. Eagle tried to stop her she bit him and shoved him into a tray full of reflex hammers and he was knocked out. The nurses held her and the doctor duck sedated her and took her for an MRI.
Instead of finding some abnormality in her brain, what the doctors found was not less surprising a huge tapeworm and lodged into her spine and blocking off the nerves. She was immediately taken to the operation theater and after a week's worth of treatment the mother and the girl rooster were reunited and discharged. Dr. Eagle was fine and he only had a huge lump on his head.