On February 28, 2015, a patient with a pelvis infection suffered a “terrible” infection at a local hospital.
But the news of the patient’s recovery was greeted with disbelief by his family and doctors.
“When he came to, he was in pain.
His wife said, ‘How is he doing?’
And he said, “He’s alive and fine,”” said the patient, whose name has not been released.
Doctors found a “sparse” human skeleton pelvises the patient in a hospital in the city of Sohu, in the southern state of Hainan.
“He is the first person we’ve found who is alive,” the hospital said in a statement.
The hospital has released photos and videos showing the patient walking on the hospital’s floor.
The photos show him holding his left leg, while the video shows him walking with his right leg.
On February 28 last year, the hospital posted a video of the same patient in hospital.
The patient, who was referred to as “A,” said the “big shock” was that the hospital staff didn’t know what to do with him.
“I thought it was my own fault because I was so young.
I didn’t understand it,” he said.
But in a recent interview with the AP, A’s father said the staff at the hospital were doing all they could to help the patient.
“When they found out he was alive, they were extremely grateful.
And they were very, very nice,” he told the AP.”
I didn’t even know that this was happening.
They said, we’ll treat you well.
And when I asked what I should do, they said, well, you’ll have to be at home.
And I said, no, I don’t want to be home.
So they told me to stay home.”
The AP also spoke to the patient and his wife, who told the newspaper that he is “in good spirits”.
In the video, the patient is seen with his left arm stretched out as if he is stretching to relieve pressure.
He is wearing a hospital gown and an oxygen mask.
“His legs are very weak,” the patient said.
“He has no pain and no swelling, and he’s able to walk on his own.
And he’s doing well,” the husband said.