Recovering from flesh-eating bacteria, Forest Grove singer-songwriter says ...
Townes said the disease was formerly known as "gas gangrene" because it produces a toxin that causes the loss of blood supply to tissue as it spreads. While it was common several decades ago among soldiers— whose nonsterile wounds were exposed to ...
OregonLive.com - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 05:16

Gas gangrene, shell shock and flinty women: BBC One's new Sunday night ...
With the BBC's latest Sunday-night offering, comfort takes on a new guise: one that includes gas gangrene, shell shock, flinty women and war-damaged men. It won't rock you to sleep. The Crimson Field, BBC1's latest six-part drama, took us to the ...
Spectator.co.uk - Wed, 09 Apr 2014 20:05



WW1 centenary: Soldier's medal of honour
“He spoke, though not often, about the absolute horror they had to endure – mud, gas, barbed wire, soldiers blown into pieces – commanders sending wave after wave of men to their deaths in often abortive operations. Trench warfare was especially ...
Spenborough Guardian - Sun, 14 Dec 2014 04:33



India creates own drug to treat gangrene, to be available in a year
The state-run Haffkine Bio-Pharmaceutical Corporation Limited has developed a 'mixed anti-gas gangrene' drug which will be used to treat patients susceptible to gangrene. After six years of research, a team of scientists from Haffkine submitted its ...
Daily News & Analysis - Sat, 29 Mar 2014 17:43

JUDGE ORDERS SURGERY
According to a letter from consultant surgeon Dr Ravi Maharaj, which was provided to the court to support the application for the emergency surgery, the patient was diagnosed with gas gangrene of the left foot, impaired renal and hepatic function ...
Trinidad News - Thu, 27 Nov 2014 18:15



Bangladesh's Persistent Water Crisis
This in turn puts pressure on the country's already struggling natural gas supply. During a hot ... Because of the lesions and gangrene it causes, people are not welcomed at public gatherings, children cannot go to school, and young adults cannot marry.
The Diplomat - Mon, 24 Nov 2014 19:43



An exhibition on the art of war
... refers to the death of 5,000 Kurdish civilians who were killed or maimed by Saddam Hussain's gas attack on Halabja. The sheer ugliness of the gas warfare is symbolised by the grotesque images of gas masks by Canadian artist Sophie Jodoin in a ...
gulfnews.com - Thu, 04 Dec 2014 07:00

Our persistent water crisis
This in turn puts pressure on the country's already struggling natural gas supply. During a hot ... Because of the lesions and gangrene it causes, people are not welcomed at public gatherings, children cannot go to school, and young adults cannot marry.
The Daily Star - Wed, 26 Nov 2014 10:32


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