I like to express my heartfelt gratitude to the doctors and nurses of Naga Hospital Kohima for bringing my cousin Mehükhü Resüh to life from the fatal ailment of Guillain Barre Syndrome (Auto Immune Disorder) as the Nagaland Post have released on the 29th January, 2009.
Mehükhü Resüh's ailment began in the month of May 2008, from his native village Thenyizu, he was brought to Kohima and admitted at the Naga Hospital for treatment. Beginning with throat pain his condition deteriorated to a state of complete paralysis. Seeing his inability to even breathe on his own without machine most of the relatives lost hope of his survival.
It is by the grace of the Almighty God and the dedication of the doctors and nurses that have brought him back to life from the jaws of death. T along with his wife, children and relatives express not only our gratitude but also our amazement to the doctors and nurses in ICU who have selflessly taken care of him for the last four months. We are impressed that when we have such dedicated and efficient doctors and nurses in our land, we need not go to other states seeking treatment. Now my cousin has been discharged from the hospital and recovering very speedily that we hope in a few days he will be living a normal healthy life again.
"Service to man is service to God". May God bless all the doctors and nurses abundantly so that they may continue to service other patients too. I also wish the Nagaland Government to continue to equip the Hospital with facilities and equipments so that it does not impede the efficiency of our doctors and nurses.
Yesonü Veyie, president, Chakhesang Public Organization.