Doctor's account of battle to save Princess Diana is a Reminder of how Precious Life is


Doctor's account of battle to save Princess Diana is a Reminder of how Precious Life is

Princess Diana tragically passed away after being injured in a car crash in Paris on 31 August 1997. This year, MonSef Dahman, a doctor who fought to save the Princess of Wales' life gave his account of trying "everything possible" to keep her heart beating, and in honour of National Critical Illness Awareness Month in the US, we're shining a light on the importance of recognising critical illnesses like Princess Diana's cardiac arrest.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, MonSef recalled the moment he was called to help: "I was resting in the duty room when I got a call from Bruno Riou, the senior duty anesthetist, telling me to go to the emergency room.

"I wasn't told it was Lady Diana, but only that there had been a serious accident involving a young woman."

He added that despite not knowing it involved Princess Diana, he knew the case "was particularly serious" since he had got a call from such a high-level colleague.

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