Sunday, November 8, 2009
Medical → Severe burns
There are approximately 2.4 million burn injuries that are reported each year in the United States. Out of this amount there are about 650,000 burn injuries that are treated by medical professionals and another 75,000 burn patients that are hospitalized and this includes 20,000 burn victims that have severe burns over approximately 25% of their body. From this number there are between 8,000 and 12,000 burn injury patients that will die from their injuries. There are nearly 1 million burn victims that will have permanent disabilities.
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|Ouch, I freak out when I burn my finger on |
the stove, so I can't even begin to
imagine how badly this must have hurt...
There isn't even any skin on some parts of
|duniya mei to hum is takleef se bach jate hain magar jahannum i aag ka sochna chahiye ji se kabhi nijaat nahi mile gi. ye hamare liye ibrat ka nishaan hai. ya allah hum sab ki maghfirat farma de. ameen|
|just kill her|
|God shall help him|
|This person's one big blood clot from all the damaged blood vessels. This looks like it as taken after the eschar was scrubbed off, so judging by how deep the eschar was removed, this looks like a very large third degree burn. Won't make it another few days or hours. Nerve damage is absolute, meaning he's not in pain. Also, not having skin puts him into shock, so he's both unconscious and not in pain.|
|his looking like human tandoori...we eat |
chicken tandoori...but obviously NO for
this, can't try...for CANNIBALISM guyz
over there...can try him...readymade
|Minaketan - Odisha|
|This is reality|
|he's not that bad...|
|Mmmmm smells like chicken|
|who forgot the factor 20!!|
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