CentraState's Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Program earns reaccreditation
... enhance the infection fighting power of white blood cells that, when deprived of oxygen, are unable to kill the organisms they normally ingest; kill the type of bacteria that causes lifethreatening diseases such as gas gangrene; and reduce the ...
News Transcript - Tue, 01 Sep 2015 11:45

Looking Back in Fairbanks - Aug. 15, 2015
He was taken to the U.S.S. Holland, a submarine tender, where he could be treated in a decompression chamber for gas gangrene peritonitis. Lt. Glavinovich volunteered to accompany him and stay with him during four sessions in the decompression ...
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner - Sat, 15 Aug 2015 00:40



Tempting Fate
Some stay because their lives are tied to the coast, whether they earn a living in tourism, on fishing boats or in the prominent offshore oil and gas industry. Add to this an incoming tide of “transplants,” or newcomers, who moved to New Orleans after ...
International Business Times - Tue, 25 Aug 2015 04:55



What Happens When You Lose Your People: Hurricane Katrina Revisited 10 Years Later
... where he helped carry people who'd passed out from dehydration to safety and stood outside waiting for evacuation buses; the long bus ride to Texas, during which an EMT told him he'd have to have his hand amputated because it had developed gangrene ...
Mic - Mon, 24 Aug 2015 12:09



Ridgeview Medical Center: Now Offering Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine
Hyperbaric medicine, which relies on 100 percent oxygen administered inside a pressurized chamber, is a Medicare-approved method for treating traumatic injury, gas gangrene, diabetic wounds of the lower extremities, acute peripheral arterial ...
MD News (press release) - Thu, 27 Aug 2015 14:00

The spirit of Josef Mengele lives on
He would perform surgical experiments on pregnant women without anesthesia before sending them to the gas chambers. During one experiment, he had two twins conjoined by sewing their backs together, ultimately causing their death due to gangrene.
News Sentinel - Mon, 10 Aug 2015 06:30



Trial by fire
A doctor moves between the wards, complaining about a new patient with gangrene on his wounds, emitting a sickening smell, as she reads the medical reports of another. The doctor tells an attendant that his mother's hand is so severely burnt, it has to ...
The Express Tribune - Sun, 16 Aug 2015 00:57

Japan's biological warfare & human experimentation
One of their most infamous experiments were called vivisections, where prisoners were dissected alive, usually without anesthesia, to study the effects of various procedures or diseases, such as amputations or gangrene. The infected and vivisected ...
CCTV - Thu, 13 Aug 2015 09:59


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