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How many people died from gangrene during the Civil War?


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2015-07-15 18:53:35
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sicknesses killed more people during the war than bullets, mortar, cannons.
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More people died post operation from gangrene than from the initial wounds the received on the battlefield. This was because of the lack of development of medicine at the time.

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Surgeons worked without benefit of anesthesia or antiseptics. The object was to remove the affected limb as quickly as possible. Many soldiers died of septic infections or had to undergo a second amputation due to gangrene.

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