Large hole repair

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  1. DeathAdder

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    That is one hell of a hole she is gunna need alot more thread.
     

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  2. Starkiller1125

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    After watching the vid, I'm going to assume this was in some 2nd or 3rd world country. Looks like a high velocity gunshot wound to be honest.
     
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  3. Miss-P

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    yeah looks like an entry /exit wound . Weird how you can see pumping, I wasn't sure what I was looking at for a moment
     
  4. Richie

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    That's a gnarly looking wound! Look at that fucking artery pumping.
     
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  5. name

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    I think the movement is caused by the person that is repairing the wound. As the surgical thread is pulled tight the tissue is moving, but movement stops when the surgeon makes another stitch.
     
  6. Bus banker

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    That's not anything pumping. Its the guy stitching him back up, tugging on the thred
     
  7. Squid Jones

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    * sees title and thinks "This either gonna be something really gory or some gross sexual stuff" *
     
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    nunya damn
  9. TeeGuN

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    The femoral artery looked unscathed and was pumping away. Better luck next time!
     
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  10. Yes. They didn't even remove the torn clothing. A repair this extensive should be done in an operating room.
     
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  11. Either way I'm disappointed.
     
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  12. TeeGuN

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    On second glance they might be repairing that torn hamstring before they start debrieding the rest of that leg
     
  13. Perfectcrime

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    Me too...lol
     
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    Logic doesnt always apply in third world countries lol. Half ur torso could be missing and they will just break out the sewing kit in the middle of the steet.
     
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  15. MyDeath

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    The doctor looks like he/she doesn’t know what to do lol
     
  16. Queen of the Night

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    Dang rabbit. I've been looking everywhere to post Bernard Cribbins "A hole in the ground" and I can't find anywhere appropriate.
     
  17. Joseph E.

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    Iam so glad I had dinner before watching this,yikes !!
     
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  18. Mysterymumma

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  19. Mr Flotsam

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    That is not going to heal well.

    That needs a full debridement under aseptic conditions, nerve and vessel salvage, and, secondary closure; not some sewing everything back together but, I guess, that's all the guy with the gloves has to work with.
     
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