Chinese Woman Attacked By Bees Has To Have Removed 400 Bee Stings From Her Body

Posted by Sama in News On 29th August 2020
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This Chinese woman who is identified as a farmer got attacked by a swarm of bees while working on a farm. She was immediately rushed by her family to the closest hospital and had to undergo an emergency procedure to get the venomous stings removed from her body. Dr Weng Jianwu, an ER doctor at the hospital, told local media: "When the patient was brought in, we saw packs of bee's stingers covering her head, neck and back. She said she was feeling very tired. She also had headaches and struggled to breathe."

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Attacked while working in a field, this Chinese woman has had to remove 400 bee stings from her body. The woman known only by her surname Huang, was rushed to a local hospital in Suichang county, located in the eastern Chinese province Zhejiang.

Reportedly doctors had to remove the venomous stings in an emergency procedure.

Dr Weng Jianwu, an ER doctor at the hospital, told local media: "When the patient was brought in, we saw packs of bee's stingers covering her head, neck and back.

"She said she was feeling very tired. She also had headaches and struggled to breathe."

 

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The woman told the media that she is a farmer who was working in the fields when suddenly a swarm of bees attacked her. 

She said: "I was working and after a short while, a large group of bees flew over. They started chasing and biting me."

Within half an hour, Huang was covered in more than 400 stings, and had to be taken to Yichang County Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine by her family on Wednesday.

 

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She underwent an hour-long emergency procedure and thankfully is now in stable condition. 

 

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Dr. Weng gives his suggestions that when under a bee attack, a person should stop moving as the sudden movement could prompt the insects to grow even more aggressive - in turn resulting in potentially more serious injuries.

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