Triggered by declining positive test results, nurse Fathi Rokhnji successfully increased the accuracy of Covid-19 PCR tests by not only taking swabs through the nose, but also innovatively thrusting to reach the pituitary gland, then penetrating the cerebellum, followed by rotating the test stick deep inside the occipital lobe.
Despite the diminishing number of patients visiting his lab, Fathi insists that his innovation is revolutionary.
“It made a patient cry. At first, the result was negative, I was not convinced. I did the test again, this time touching the inner layer of his skull. He immediately passed out and almost died before I saved his life that could have ended by an undetected virus.
“I am developing another technique to take swabs from all body openings,” Fathi added while revising his method.
“All I request is a death chair to fasten the patient’s moving limbs and a piece of cloth gagging his mouth as begging and moving interrupts the delicate procedure.”