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El Toro wrote
Bet you're a bag of laughs at a party
THE WAIF wrote
handy to be behind you should (hope you never) need them after an accident.:smoke:
WAIF how's your leg these days?go on show the pics again!!double dare you
It was late at night and I was the only one left working in an East London bike shop. Hot so I was wearing shorts/trainers. Only started it to test the lights. Yes it backfired.Ouch.Screwd.
this was back in october last year (work accident)behind left knee
Boring. No pix. Here's some. My leg after my Husky SMR backfired...Since this is a thread about sutures I'll spare you the blood and gore.Unzipped it all the way up the shin. Not much blood but the sutures kept letting go. They then told me if the skin didn't heal I might lose the leg! I stopped riding the bike for a week...Screwd.
Cleaning, debriding, dressing the wound may have been appropriate initial management with delaying closure until the skin and exposed tissue bed were healthy.
That looks like an upskirt shot from some kind of fetish vid
thats what i thought
I can see the wound having difficulty healing. I can also testify that some injuries can lead to amputation. However, I think there is some great big gap between the skin not healing on your leg and the need for amputation. Unless of course your doctor is practicing at a level equal to that of field surgeons in combat prior to the discovery of antibiotics. It looks as if your skin, in addtion to getting opened, also got a good hammer blow to the surrounding tissue creating damage to it such that it was a poor candidate for suturing. I wasn't there so my room to criticise is certainly limited. Cleaning, debriding, dressing the wound may have been appropriate initial management with delaying closure until the skin and exposed tissue bed were healthy.
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