Friday, January 2, 2009
Medical → Homelessness in the United States
Those homeless man did not seek for medical help for two weeks. Now you can see how his wound got infested with maggots over that time.
As many as 3.5 million people experience homelessness in a given year (1% of the entire U.S. population or 10% of its poor), and about 842,000 people in any given week.
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|Shit NurseBilly, people who HAVE the means to pay for health care DON'T go.|
|Anyone who allows a wound to go that far when there are dozens of free clinics in any American city deserves to lose his leg at hip. |
LOL! Maybe limping around on a wooden peg like Moby Dick will teach this asshole to visit a FREE! medical clinic BEFORE! the infection spreads and the maggots dig in. Yummy!
|that is for sure not the united states. our hospitals aren't that shitty. look at the tile work, for god sakes the guy is sitting in a sink. |
|porco dio che schifo |
|LOOK CLOSELY AT THE PHOTO.|
THAT IS DEFINITELY NOT IN THE UNITED STATES!!!
STOP BASHING THE COUNTRY UNNECESSARILY
|i wonder why he didnt go to the hospital? i can think of a reason I WOULDNT either, though...|
|that man probabaly got his leg amputated, his whole leg was a dead tissue, and maggot just ate that dead tissue, as far as you can see they dont eat good tissue|
|maggots are not so scary at all, they eat only dead tissues, and for this reason, maggots are widely used in medicine, this not a joke, find that out by yourself|
|puchica, ala gran, verga, que mierda, que bueno que llego al hospital.|
|imagine sitting next to him on the bus and some of those maggots crawled up beside you ewwwwwwwwwwwww|
this is one of my worst fears when homeless ppl board the buses/subway, that they might have conditions like this poor sod. i feel sick
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