Hisashi Ouchi, Victim of Beyond Fatal Radiation, Kept Alive for 83 days
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Hisashi Ouchi, the Victim of Beyond Fatal Radiation Kept Alive for 83 Days Against His Will

– graphic Hisashi Ouchi photos –

Ouchi was exposed to 17 sieverts of radiation during the accident, with 8 sieverts considered fatal.

And the maximum annual dose allowed for Japanese nuclear workers is 50 millisieverts.

Ouchi was exposed to so much radiation that his chromosomes were destroyed and his white blood cell count dropped to near zero.
His internal organs were severely damaged, and the majority of his body was severely burned.

The cruel part was that, despite his desire not to suffer, he was resuscitated on the 59th day.

Even though his heart stopped three times in 49 minutes.

As his condition worsened, he was transferred to the University of Tokyo Hospital, as a result.

Moreover, He allegedly received the world’s first peripheral stem cell transfusion.

Hisashi received numerous blood transfusions, fluids, and medications that were not even available in Japan at the time.

He also had to have several skin transplants, which couldn’t stop the fluid loss through the pores.

After a week of treatment, Ouchi was able to say, “I can’t take it any longer…

“I’m not a guinea pig.” However, the doctors continued to treat him and take measures to keep him alive, ensuring a slow and painful death.

as a result, On December 21, 1999, after 83 days of struggle, Ouchi died of multiple organ failure.

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 Then Doctors Kept Him Alive for 83 Painful Days Against His Will.

He cried blood and his’skin melted.’

He suffered severe damage to his internal organs, and had a near-zero white blood cell count.

aged 35

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