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11-06-2013, 12:55 PM
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Originally Posted by braindead View Post
In some Scandinavian countries it is still somewhat common to pack a wound or surgical opening with raw ground beef (or, less common, ground horse meat) as there is some evidence- mostly anecdotal- that the process speeds healing and lessens scar tissue. I STRONGLY suspect this process was used in this case given E. coli is a known risk factor in OWRMP (open wound raw meat packing) protocols.
Are you kidding me?

I'm fairly sure he had his surgery in the usa and even if he had it in finland there is no way a surgeon in the 21st century does that on an orthopedic case.

If the organism in Pekkas hip really is e coli it is because the hip is right by the anus. E coli is a bacterium found in the gut.

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