Doctors in Eastern Ghouta are affected by war since it was beginning in Syria. They too face risk to their own lives, and the effects of working with constant fatigue and dealing with horrific injuries in field hospitals.
Doctors are working in to face situations where patients have overwhelming injuries. There is often limited access to medical resources to provide treatment. And the doctors themselves may be in danger.
Doctors can also tell us about their life but in Eastern Ghouta every person lives in Ghouta know about doctors life while doctors really don’t know about their health and families. For example, Ahmad Albukai is one of our medical staff in the field in Eastern Ghouta, He always till us about update from a field and also he works in humanitarian response and field hospital. He works some times in emergency department for along hours then he is working in operations department then he is going to another department to see patients in their rooms. When Doctor Ahmad finds a little time to do another works he goes to @alseeraj.syria office to be able for providing aids to people in Eastern Ghouta with our aids. Doctor Ahmad is not alone. He always works with a team for along time to help people there.
Doctors have a very important role in war: to heal those injured and harmed by war. The challenges of medicine are different from those in civilian practice and it is imperative to tell other doctors around the world how doctors is working in Eastern Ghouta to understand the unique ethical complexity they may face.
They are already angels and they are living among us to help people in need to survive in this world .
Thank Ahmad Abukai and all doctors in Eastern Ghouta, Syria and around the world.