Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Deus Irae, Jan 17, 2018.
I'll try to get my cousin, Puncha Innamouf, to look in on ol' Drew post haste...
A surgical technologist scuffs at it being that
I am a surgical technologist and my specialty is orthopedics. One thing that is getting tossed around is this "open finger dislocation." From what i have been reading, it seems like the X-rays were done at the facility, he was not taken to a hospital. If this is the case there is basically a 0 percent chance this was an open dislocation.
If this were an open dislocation, that would mean the bone would have had to penetrate through the skin. Once the bone becomes exposed to the outside world, especially if you are in such an unclean environment such as an outside field, this becomes a true medical emergency.
no they their sh1t came right after that one
Belichick trying to get this puzzle together....
How about, given the situation, "Under My Thumb?"
Stones in concert are horrific. I heard a live cd of them and thought it was a really bad cover band.
they were f'ing awesome when I saw them
Fnord is a walking HR violation
best of all time actually live GOAT
Are you sure your not kenny G?
You miss Chow ?
Nah. TB12 has a trauma ward at Gillette....oh wait. They did.
this should have been their Super Bowl Half time into: (good night all)
I would recommend never searching for anything at work
wow. what tour was this?
christ, they were in top form 2 years ago. ‘76 was bad due to some serious issues, but that is about it.
89 they and the Who were great
I am a physician (not an orthopedist) and this is absolutely my impression. An open joint is an extremely significant problem due to risk of infection. The opinion by Dr. Chao did not seem correct to me - but I am not an orthopedist or sports medicine doc.
Fun Fact: Keith Richards actually died 25 years ago and all his public appearances since have been elaborate Weekend at Bernie's situations.
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