There are no statistics on just how many people died of gangrene during World Wars I and II. Estimates place the number of dead from this infection in the thousands.
about 25,000 people die from gangrene a year
Gangrene has no know discovery. Researchers say that gangrene was first found in the wounds of Civil War patients. Many people died in the Civil War because of this. Around 30,000-45,000 died because of gangrene infected wounds.
2000000 people die every year
1000,000,001 people get gangrene a year.
over 60 million people die every year
Impossible to number, since many have died of it in undeveloped countries who wouldn't even have heard of gas gangrene.
2 million people have died, and 2.milion people are in the world.
30,000 sicknesses killed more people during the war than bullets, mortar, cannons.
25,000 people a year
Depending on the severity of the gangrene, it can either be lethal in as little as a week or as long as many years. Gangrene is treatable, so it doesn't often kill people who seek help.
Many people can only live with gangrene no longer than two months. This is because the infection eats away at your body. However, gangrene is no longer a common health ailment.
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48 people died
There are a great many people that died in 1940. There were millions of people who died all around the world.
i think that its 2345,000 people died in WW2
135 people died on the Mayflower voyaging to the New World
23,693,103 people died that year
In the U.S., about 1,000 people a year, and not much more than that i do not kno
Before bacterial infection and sterilisation became fully understood, countless people suffered from gangrene leading to loss of limbs and death.
6,928,382 Russian people died in world war one.
Sixty people died in the construction of the World Trade Center.
1,808,000 German people died in WW1