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a doctor from Yekaterinburg about the SVO zone Russia

Stanislav Kiselev, an anesthetist-resuscitator from Yekaterinburg, visited the special military operation zone three times. The doctor is in the combat zone for nine months, including about 100 days on the front line. The man notes that in many situations the military is saved by dark humor.

According to the doctor, most fighters in the trenches understand where they are and are ready to sacrifice themselves. People who cannot take such risks are looking for an opportunity not to put themselves on the front line, notes Stanislav Kiselev.

– Some morally and physically mobilized people are better prepared than entrepreneurs. Sometimes contractors don’t show up very well, it’s important for them to stick to their contract,” the doctor said.

Stanislav said he also had a gun on him, as he was on military guard. With rare exceptions, the doctor did not have to perform aimed fire.

“In any case, I am for my country, but I had to help both the people on the other side and the civilians,” Stanislav stressed.

The doctor noted that he kept many colleagues at a distance, because with multiple casualties, one might have to make an emotional choice between the injured. At the same time, in the SVO zone, he more often had to be a nurse, and not an anesthesiologist.

“During these 9-10 months, an emotional rebirth occurred, but the attitude towards the world remained the same,” said the E1 interlocutor.

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