PTZ’s Advent – Dec. 15th: “Yadav’s Arm Abscess”


PTZ’s 2012 ADVENT CALENDAR
December 15th
Dr. Vikram Singh Yadav’s ~
“Draining Abscess At Arm”
…plus…
Don’t Forget! The January 1,2013 Release Date for
Dr. Yadav’s Feature Length Comedone Video!!

YT COMMENTARY:
“This is an abscess present on arm near axilla, need to be drained, clean area with betadiene and spirit, after that give local anaesthesia so that area can be numbed. With blade give an incision over the top most point of the abscess, give gentle pressure with both hands so that all sero purulent fluid or pus can be drained out. When whole of material is drained out, insert your finger or curretage so that you can break all loculi and residual pus can be drained out, further you get an idea of depth of cavity. Now clean the cavity with normal saline, hydrogen peroxide, and betadiene. Insert iodoform gauze inside the cavity and do dressing”

RUNTIME: 1min 16sec


TITLE: “Draining Abscess At Arm”
YT INFO: Published Dec 14,2012 by shaziajafrey8

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18 Comments on “PTZ’s Advent – Dec. 15th: “Yadav’s Arm Abscess”

  1. Yeah Yadav! From two angles no less! Lots a watery then semichunky gook yippee! The poor people!

  2. Pick_That_Puppy says:

    Get in, get done, get out. That how the pros do it.

    1. I agree PTP.

  3. Thank you so much for another superb extraction, Dr. Yadav. You know what you have to do and you just do it!!

  4. Dr. Yadav knows what we like! Great job.

  5. Dr. Yadav rocks! That was an awesome payload!

  6. Nother Gud’un!

  7. American doctors could learn from his videos. He uses a finger of open up and explore the inside. This gives the greatest sensitivity to the process. Most videos we see from American doctors they use forceps or similar. The problem with that is they could puncture the cavity. Also US doctors never seem to use Betadine or do much of any kind of flushing.

  8. Dr. Len in Hoover Alabama says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but I HATE IT when a Doc tries to catch a quart of pus or blood with a single small guaze!!
    I guess I’m just a clean freak, but I can’t stand the thought of the pus/blood running all over my patient!
    Then again, maybe Dr. V Y is simply making do with the resources he has. He may not have boxes upon boxes of guaze like I do.
    I DO know this…..I LOVE his work! ;-)

    Len

  9. Watched this first thing in the morning today.

    It’s going to be a wonderful Dr. Y-inspired Day.

  10. WOW!! Dr. Yadav has given us another great video. This one had tons and tons of pus, just the way I like it. Can’t wait for another video. :()

    1. oopps that was supposed to be a happy face :) :)

  11. That must have been one painful sucker for the patient. It was in a very sensitive location and it looked huge. Our hero was able to fix everything up in record time. Natch, did we expect anything else??

  12. Thank you Dr. Yadav for another classic post!!!

  13. populationcontrol says:

    Whoa! For such a small arm, that was a lot of pus. I like it. Thanks!

  14. Excuse me doctor if I would, but where is the video that lasts half an hour on the points blacks who said she would have posted the first of the year?

  15. The pus that defies gravity!!! I found it fun to watch it upside down. I may have to watch them all this way.

  16. I really love this Doctor ^_^

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