Diabetic With Ab Abscess

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Professional Surgical Drainage of Abscess – Some Blood.
Viewer Discretion Is Advised.
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There are actually two videos – the first one was where the doctor introduced the abscess (tease tease tease) and now we have the actual drainage. Not a ton of pus – but a good reminder to everyone with diabetes – test test test, keep your sugars level, and stay healthy! Remember, people love you – don’t miss out on all the fun, please? :)

Hope you enjoy this one, my friends!

YT Commentary:

“Elderly diabetic lady with uncontrolled blood sugar presented with abdominal wall abscess.
the abscess is drained under local anesthesia.
After giving local anesthesia lignocaine stab incision given over the swelling.
pus sent for culture and sensitivity study.
whole cavity explored and all pus drained out.
the necrotic skin over the centre of swelling removed with blade and the mouth made wide open.
cavity cleaned with guage pieces.
dressing of wound done.
now patient needs immediate correction of blood sugar with insulin therapy as per sliding scale.
once blood sugar comes to normal level it has to be maintained with oral antidiabetic drugs.
she needs proper antibiotics as per culture sensitivity report and daily aseptic dressing.”

RUNTIME: 1min 18sec

TITLE:”Abdominal Wall Abscess Drainage In An Elderly Diabetic Lady ”
YT INFO: Published on Jul 2, 2012 by sankaqm5

10 Comments on “Diabetic With Ab Abscess

  1. But doctor, you forgot to break up the loculations!!!
    Excellent find poppintime!!!

  2. 3cysterscafe says:

    Did you say you wanted your hamburger rare? There ya go! All kidding aside, I hope this poor woman heals Quickly and without complications! Great find Poppintime!! Miss you!

  3. Zit Obsessed says:

    Hey Poppintime, I am glad that you prefaced this video with the blood sugar diabetic warnings. How true. People lose their sight, limbs, end up hospitalized, and even die from this disease! Better safe than sorry – test, test, test!

  4. Gliss-PussBliss says:

    Another great find popintime!!!!!

    AS USUAL!!!!

  5. What a dramatic post, poppin!! Here’s hoping this patient will be able to adapt to her future with insulin. It’s so sad so many have to discover their diseases this way.

  6. Good surgeons getting that wound under control. Hope it was complication free and her diabetes now in order!

  7. It looked like the patient had had some kind of port or button that became infected.

  8. bumpypickins says:

    Ick. Hope the lady is ok.

  9. Pick_That_Puppy says:

    Sad to think ,but there is going to be more to this story…..

  10. A good quickie! I really hope that it managed to heal up nicely later. I know how hard it can be for those suffering from Diabetes.

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