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A 29-year-old construction worker was brought back from the brink of life-long paralysis at RAK Hospital when he suffered a dangerous fall from a construction site where he worked. Ajeet Ram Sudhar, an Indian expat who works for RAK ceramics, fell from about 10 feet, the impact severely crushing his neck bone. He was rushed to RAK Hospital in Ras Al Khaimah where doctors found that the patient's neck bone was not just badly crushed but the fragments were compressing his spinal cord.

Placental abruption refers to partial or complete placental detachment prior to delivery of the foetus. Approximately one percent of all pregnant women experience placental abruption, of which most can be managed successfully. It is more commonly observed in women having undergone multiple pregnancies or in patients that have a history of significantly high blood pressure or excessive amniotic fluid.