Getting Stitches on Palm Cut with Broken Glass

Getting Stitches on Palm Cut with Broken Glass

Video of a person getting their palm surgically stitched up after it was cut with broken glass. The use of freezing agent makes the job look professional, but the rest looks more like it was done by a family friend with first aid kit at home.

Did you know that archaeologists found a mummy from 1100 BC in Egypt with a wound suture?

What People Searched For To Land Here:

  • suture in palm

14 thoughts on “Getting Stitches on Palm Cut with Broken Glass

  1. “Did you know that archaeologists found a mummy from 1100 BC in Egypt with a wound suture?”

    Most animals evolve to better adapt to their environment by learning and applying techniques and logic allows them to apply these techniques universally.

    It is logical then, that when clothing was first created by man and held together with needle and thread that some would also apply this to physical wounds.

    Therefore battles over the millennia would have produced many guinea pigs for the development of the suture and many other wound closing practices such as burning.

    However most would still die because of infection and it wasn’t until recent history with the creation of modern medicine such as penicillin that death by flesh wound became, for the most part, a thing of the past.

  2. Funny, I can watch someone else having a needle stuck in them in rea life, and given someone else a shot, but for some odd reason I just can’t watch it on video/tv!

Leave a Reply