Juicy Huge Hand Blister!

This is my first post! I wanted to add something I love to watch which is draining blisters! I know that this guy must have been in so much pain and I’m glad he got it taken care of at a doctor’s office. ┬áNice drainage and decent camera work. Enjoy!


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This Video Contains Subject Material
Involving a Severe Burn.
Viewer Discretion Is Advised.
WBC & CWR, Thanks!
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“My left hand had second degree burns from a grease fire. Most painful, nauseating, shocking moment of my life.”

RUNTIME: 1min 33sec

TITLE: “Tosh.0 worthy video (grease fire, huge blister)”
YT INFO: Published on Jan 18,2013 by eric marshall

21 Comments on “Juicy Huge Hand Blister!

  1. Congratulations on your first post, renstoy. Hope to see many more from you!

    1. Thank you so much. Glad to contribute.

  2. Wow that did look soooo very , very painful, I hope that the nurse gave him something strong for the pain when I heard her say ,Ok I’ll get you something for the pain. I seriously hope she didn’t come back in with some extra strength tylenol or motrin , that’s just ridiculous.

    1. Unfortunately you are probably correct. That is a HORRIBLE horrible burn! I hope she prescribed Opana, Dilaudid or oral morephine. Tylenol is going to have zero pain control effectiveness.

      I hope he healed quickly and it did not permanently injure his hand. Wow what a find!


  4. Great first post! A blister the size of one’s palm, yikes!

  5. Congrats on your 1st post Renstoy! You certainly found a beauty. After I picked my jaw off the floor all I could think was OUCH!!! Poor man is shaking from the pain. Hope they got him to a burns specialist & he’s healing up well. Thanks Renstoy for a great 1st post :)

    1. justsqueezit says:

      Something that extensive in that area def needs management by someone with burn experiance. A graft there will suck and hope it’s not the dominant one…

      1. Couldn’t agree more justsqueezeit. I can imagine the the scarred up palm, not to mention the possibility of contractures of the fingers if not cared for by a specialist. I checked out this guy on YouTube & he has literally just injured himself-hope he keeps us up to date & that he heals up quickly.

  6. Congrats Renstoy!! And might I add….OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW OW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. Amazing 1st post Renstoy! Hope the burn patient healed up quickly- and got some pain meds to help with the shakingly terrible pain!

  8. WOW …great vid!

  9. Pick_That_Puppy says:

    Enough extra skin there to make a whole face!

  10. That looks like it stung a bit.
    Hopefully they give him some strong happy pills.

  11. I believe the young man needs a sedative for the pain and the shakes!!!
    Congratulations on your first post Renstoy, excellent find!!!

  12. yankeedoodlepus says:

    most of us have experienced the bad finger/body spot burn. hurts like a mother, and is miserable. I can only begin to imagine what real burn victims like this go through. that, and the nerve pain must be out of this world intense. I was shaking just watching this.

  13. I wonder what kind of burn caused such a huge blister. Ouch!

  14. I wonder why they decided to use a slipper pan to catch the drainage? Odd choice…. Great post though :)

  15. the other cyster says:

    the brought back painful memories. i used to keep a crock (mind you, USED to) to save fat drippings. one time, i didn’t let it warm to room temp before pouring new drippings in and it exploded, causing 2nd degree burns to hand and wrist. after a night of excrutiating pain, the next day was pain free for the most part. so i thought, just let it heal. then, while washing my hands the burned skin just peeled back. still no pain. off to the e.r. where they said they would have to debride it…didn’t really understand that at the time. the doc asked if i wanted to sit down and i said no. so he called a big burly orderly over to stand by me. i calmly watched the doc open a package with a plastic brush and then he began to scrub the burn. all i remember was my knees buckling and the orderly grabbing from hitting the floor. that was done twice a day for a week as well as changing dressing every couple of hours. looking at this hand makes me cringe as i know what he is facing. burns are so difficult because of chance of infection and the time needed for new skin to regenerate. my prayers go out to him.

  16. That is a body working HARD to heal. Poor dear.

  17. lovethatcreamcheese says:

    Gosh, that looks like a truly awful burn. He could hardly open his hand at all, and I’m not surprised at the way his hand was shaking. He’s going to need a lot of good medical management to heal and regain full use of his hand again. Hand contractures are incredibly painful to work out (had my hand in a cast for 3 months once so I know from experience) so I hope he has good post-recovery therapy, too. Poor guy! I hope he updates on YT so we’ll be able to learn how well he heals.

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