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said to become An organ transplant consultant, The First work of the NHS surgeons to die in the Kingdom from the coronavirus.
Dr. El Tayar had itself provides insulation to the development of symptoms in mid-March and he was hospitalized on 20. March.'Terrible disease'
The 63-year-old was positive for coronavirus and spent his last days in intensive care, his cousin Dr. Hisham El Khidir said.
"His son was really scared, he had to make it. This disease is horrible and will lead to more Heartbreak for many more families in the coming weeks," He Said .
"Adil was someone who was the center of Our Family , was well-respected by so many people.
"Since his death on Wednesday, I have hundreds of text messages from his colleagues and friends. He will be sorely missed. "
Dr. El Tayar, graduated from the University of Khartoum in 1982, and moved to Britain in 1996, where he studied at the University of West London .Journalist Zeinab Badawi was a cousin of Dr. Adil El Tayar
In 2011, Dr. El Tayar moved Back To his native Sudan to help establish a transplant program and worked at the Ibn-Sina hospital, Khartoum.
after that he worked at St George's Hospital, as a representative-surgeon, and in a homage of surgery, Ghazanfar Abbas Dr. El Tayar said was a "noble man".
"Mr El Tayar was a very hard-working and dedicated surgeon, she gave the precious gift of life for so many people around The World through his excellent potting skills," Mr Ghazanfar said.The Midlands , while the Corona-Virus-outbreak
"He lived in London , But worked up in The Midlands during the week. I asked him where he thought he could be said to The Virus , and he, his week of work, the food in the cafeteria was mainly, And Then go to his room," He Said .
"If Prince Charles, the Prime Minister and the Minister of health to catch the disease it is clear, something goes wrong. "
Ms-Badawi: "[He was] a dedicated physician and devoted Family Man with four children.
"Adil was a stoic, and an optimist, and a imagine was never the worst, so he thought he would recover soon.
"But , after a week in bed, he took a turn for the worse, and became very breathless. He knew what that meant, and his children insisted that he go to the hospital.
"you called an Ambulance - he managed to get on foot by yourself, in them. After he was hospitalized, he was device delivers soon on a respirator. "
"This virus is relentless," She Said . "Indiscriminate and it can be brutal.
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