It depends on the type of gangrene. "Dry" gangrene is primarily caused from local loss of blood circulation to the leg without infection. It typically appears as slowly darkening to black dead limb (usually toes or fingers, however). If secondary infection doesn't occur, there is a fair chance the dead part will separate itself ("autoamputate") and the remaining stump heal with time. "Wet" gangrene, on the other hand, is severe infection happening concurrently with impaired blood flow to the limb. The disease process can lead to death in days/weeks, depending on the aggressiveness of the infectious agent, concurrent medical problems, and corollary care given the patient. High fever from septicemia (infection in blood stream) leads to resistant hypotension (low blood pressure) which, in turn, leads to multi-organ failure.
Infection from bacteria of open wounds often leading to amputation or death.
how long is the wait before a divorce take place if the spouse refuses to sign the divorce petition
They don’t have the choice to answer or not. They can be put in jail.
If, in front of you (Duke Theseus), she refuses to marry Demetrius...
One remedy would be amputation above the knee joint. I suggest you visit your doctor before taking such a drastic step.
amputation is one of the many results in this by far the easiest is to cut your own leg off ofcourse, but before doing that i would consult with a doctor and lawyer
You will probably have to go to court and get the judge to order it.
no,he got two gun shot woulds before a show . he had a tumer on his toe , and the rasta religion discourages anybody from amputation son the cancer spred.thats how Marley died
If 1 party of the spouses who are involved in the divorce refuses to sign any documents then the person who is cooperating will most likely get everything they are asking for. Most likely a certain amount of time will have to pass before a judge will sign off on the decree.
Have your boyfriend invite her to dinner so they can "talk", when she shows up, let immigration take her "home". The officers can get her to sign the papers before they leave. Problem solved.
You mean positive with hiv. Very simple. Get him tested before you have sex! Isn't that simple enough? If he refuses then he doesn't deserve your body
DefinitionLeg or foot amputation is the removal of a leg, foot or toes from the body. These body parts are called extremities. Amputations are done either by surgery, or they occur by accident or trauma to the body.Alternative NamesAmputation - foot; Amputation - leg; Trans-metatarsal amputation; Below knee amputation; BK amputation; Above knee amputation; AK amputation; Trans-femoral amputation; Trans-tibial amputationWhy the Procedure Is PerformedReasons for having an amputation of a lower limb are:Severe trauma to the limb that is caused by an accidentPoor blood flow to the limbInfections that do not go away or become worse and cannot be controlled or healedTumors of the lower limbSevere burns or severe frostbiteWounds that do not healRisksRisks for any surgery are:Blood clots in the legs that may travel to the lungsBreathing problemsBleedingRisks for this surgery are:A feeling that the limb is still there. This is called phantom sensation. Sometimes this feeling can be painful. That is called phantom pain.The joint closest to the part that is amputated loses its range of motion, making it hard to move. This is called joint contracture.Infection of the skin or bone.The amputation wound does not heal properly.Before the ProcedureWhen your amputation is planned, you will be asked to do certain things to prepare for it. Always tell your doctor or nurse:What drugs you are taking, even drugs or herbs you bought without a prescriptionIf you have been drinking a lot of alcoholDuring the days before your surgery, you may be asked to stop taking aspirin, ibuprofen (such as Advil or Motrin), warfarin (Coumadin), and any other drugs that make it hard for your blood to clot.Ask your doctor which drugs you should still take on the day of your surgery. If you smoke, stop.If you have diabetes, follow your diet and take your medicines as usual until the day of surgery.On the day of the surgery, most times you will be asked not to drink or eat anything for 8 to 12 hours before your surgery.Take your drugs your doctor told you to take with a small sip of water. If you have diabetes, follow the directions your doctor gave you.Prepare your home before surgery:What help will you need when you come home from the hospital?Do you have a family member, friend, or neighbor who can help you? If not, ask your doctor or nurse for help planning for someone to come into your home.Is your bathroom and the rest of your house safe for you to move around in?Will you be able to get in and out of your home safely?After the ProcedureThe end of your leg, or stump, will have a dressing and bandage that will remain on for 3 or more days. You may have pain for the first few days. You will be able to take pain medicine as you need them.You may have a tube that drains fluid from the wound. This will be taken out after a few days.Before leaving the hospital, you will begin learning how to:Use a wheelchair or a walkerStretch your muscles to make them strongerStrengthen your arms and legsBegin walking with a walking aid and parallel barsStart moving around the bed and into the chair in your hospital roomKeep your joints mobileSit or lay in different positions to keep your joints from becoming stiffControl swelling in the area around your amputationProperly put weight on your leg. You'll be told how much weight to put on your leg. You may not be allowed to put weight on your leg until the stump is fully healed.Fitting for prosthesis, a manmade part to replace your limb, may occur when:Your amputation wound is mostly healedYour stump is no longer tender to the touchOutlook (Prognosis)Your recovery and ability to function after an amputation depend on many things. Some of these are the reason for the amputation, whether you have diabetes or poor blood flow, and your age.ReferencesHeck RK. General principles of amputations. In: Canale ST, Beatty JH, eds. Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics. 11th ed. Philadelphia, Pa: Mosby Elsevier; 2007:chap 9.Reviewed ByReview Date: 12/10/2010C. Benjamin Ma, MD, Assistant Professor, Chief, Sports Medicine and Shoulder Service, UCSF Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, A.D.A.M., Inc.
Gatsby gets nervous right before Daisy comes to lunch. He tells Nick he wants to go home and to cancel the whole thing. Nick refuses and Daisy comes soon after.
The loan must be paid before you can transfer title to the car.The loan must be paid before you can transfer title to the car.The loan must be paid before you can transfer title to the car.The loan must be paid before you can transfer title to the car.
Yes it can, and this trick is often used to prep people who refuse blood transfusions before surgery.
Bob Marley died from metastatic skin cancer which originated in his toenail. This is not uncommon in dark-skinned people with heavy exposure to the elements. He could have survived if he had allowed an amputation, but his religious views prevented this and he died before his time.
Yes, he is legally blind but can make out some shapes. I believe his vision can be corrected or improved via laser but he refuses. He often has to practice where everything is at on stage before a concert.
He won't unless you ask him. You should try that first. If he refuses, then you will have to go before a judge and seek compensation through the law. Only then can it be forcibly taken from him.
Tybalt wants to duel Romeo but Romeo refuses. He says that he wants to keep peace between them. Mercutio is disgusted by Romeo's peaceful entreaties and fights Tybalt himself.
Depends, 1. A crushing and shearing amputation, such as the police officer in Vietnam who lost his entire lower half... above the pelivs (search video = vietnam police cut in half) was subject to crushing and shearing, a heavy truck tire was the top of the scissor, the gutter was the bottom. He lived and bled very little. He was in shock and somewhat unconscious at first, he never did bleed out very much. 2. A ripping amputation, such as a leg being ripped off may produce profuse bleeding and somewhat little pain.. at first. The individual may never become unconscious until too much blood is lost or is rendered unconscious by medical professionals. 3. A minor amputation may cause neither profuse bleeding or unconsciousness, such as in the case of a partial digital amputation, pinkie or small toe. Pain does not necessarily cause unconsciousness, I have first hand experience with a minor amputation and it did not bleed much because I controlled it with a tourniquette until I got to the hospital. Once at the hospital the doctor administered a local anesthetic which immediately stopped the pain, and the doctor cleaned the wound vigorously and stitched the end of the stump shut. I was lucky to have enough flesh to cover over the end of the stump so no additional measures were needed to repair the wound. The real pain started after the local wore off, but not enough to make me go unconscious. Strangely, the worst pain was AFTER the local wore off rather than immediately after the amputation. The amputation itself was quite painful after I realized what happened, but not enough to cause me to react like you might see in a movie when somebody has a finger cut off. No screaming, no passing out, no flinging my stump around spreading blood everywhere. During the next 12 days or so the pain was quite considerable at times, a throbbing burning pain that would last for 30 minutes or so at a time before subsiding. Hope that helps!
The Marriage Act of South Africa requires that a minor (i.e. a person under 21) has to get written consent from their parents and/or legal guardians before they can get married. If the parent or legal guardian refuses to consent, then the minor can apply to the Commissioner of Child Welfare. If s/he refuses to consent, then the minor can apply to the Judge of the High Court. You can read more about it at: http://www.home-affairs.gov.za/civil_marriage.asp
When we first see her, she appears to be submissive to her mother, but she is equivocal about accepting Paris' marriage proposal. This grows into an open rebellion when she refuses her father's demand, but she pretends to submit again, before taking Friar Lawrence's potion.
If the arrest refuses to submit to chemical testing, they will usually be booked for driving under the influence; there will be no evidence for filing the second charge of driving with .08% blood alcohol content
Yes it is , it involves the amputation of an important part of the penis changing the way it feels and the way in which it will react for the rest of your life, think twice or even thrice before you make this decision as this can not be undone, foreskin restoration returns only some of the benefits available to the original natural foreskin.