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Tuesday, 6 April 2021

A place in the world where everyone has to remove or amputate an organ from their body to live, find out the reason behind it



Antarctica: A place in the world where everyone has to remove or amputate an organ from their body to live, find out the reason behind it






The village of Vilas Las Estrellas in Antarctica, surrounded by snow-capped mountains.

People living in the snow-capped Antarctic village of Villas Las Australas have to undergo appendix surgery.
This rule applies to scientists as well as the Army

There is also a place in the world where everyone has to have their body part removed or cut off first in order to live. If a person refuses to do so he is not allowed to stay there, even if he is in any position. This rule is like a legal condition in the area which is given entry only after fulfillment.

ગુજરાતી માં ન્યૂઝ વાંચો 

ન્યૂઝ નો વિડીયો જોવો 


We are talking about Vilas Las Estrellas, a village in Antarctica surrounded by snow-capped mountains. The condition for long-term residents of this village is that they have to undergo appendix surgery.

This rule applies to scientists as well as the army. The rules in
this village are so strict that from scientists to officers attached to the army and their family members have to follow this rule. He then enters the village.


Why this rule was made
is a big compulsion behind making this rule that there is no hospital nearby. The nearest hospital is King George Island which is about 1000 kilometers away from the village. To reach this hospital one has to go through snow covered mountains and dangerous roads. There are only a handful of doctors here, with no surgeons. In such a situation, if someone has pain in the appendix, his life is in danger. So this rule has been made.


The nearest hospital is King George Island which is about 1000 kilometers away from the village

Why is appendix surgery necessary?
To know the answer to this question, you must first know about the appendix. The appendix is ​​a piece of intestine called appendicitis in the language of doctors. One part of it is open and the other is closed. This is an unstable organ, meaning the body has no need for it. Often a particle of food gets trapped in it and starts to rot, causing it to become infected. The pain is excruciating. If the infection lasts longer, the appendix can rupture and become fatal. This is the reason why the appendix is ​​considered as an unnecessary organ and the emphasis is on its removal.

The risk of women getting pregnant The Chilean army, scientists and doctors in this village keep coming on rotation. He has to stay in an army base for many years, which is why the family comes with him. In such a situation, care is taken that the people coming are completely healthy and no emergency situation arises. Because of this, their appendix is ​​also removed. Not only that, scientists living with family and people from military bases are advised that women in the family should not get pregnant, as the lack of medical facilities in such a situation can be dangerous. However there is no written order on it.

What are the facilities
here like a small village which has all the facilities like grocery shop, fruit-vegetable, bank, school, post office and primary hospital. However, the school here is only able to provide primary education to the children.

The condition of the hospital is even worse and only minor to major illnesses or injuries are treated here. The reason is also that no doctor is willing to stay here permanently or for a long time because of the bad situation here.

Post office built for the people of Chile
No public transport
Far from the dense population, trucks or rafting boats have to be used to get around the snow-covered area for almost a year. There is no such facility as public transport. The temperature here is minus 2.3 Celsius, which is considered hot in Antarctica. Yet living in such a cool place all year round is a challenge. This is the reason why people living here try so hard to make their home beautiful.

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