Figures from the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust also show that across strikes on the 9th and 10th March, 4,464 working hours were lost due to 558 absences.
The 31-year-old now fears the ruling, by Mr Justice Langstaff, could have major consequences for other junior doctors.
The future of the NHS is threatened by reforms being pushed through by the government, warn junior doctors attending a rally in Manchester
The warning comes as colleagues across Manchester last night faced a race against time to register for a crucial ballot on strike action.
There will be an ‘exodus of doctors’ from the NHS, if proposed changes to doctors contracts go ahead, a junior doctor in Manchester has said.
NHS Employers cancelled all scheduled meetings, at which junior doctors were hoping to voice their concerns about new contracts, one day before the Manchester meeting was due to take place at the Midland Hotel.