I was actually bitten by a rattlesnake yesterday and used my croakies as a tourniquet. TFM.

I was actually bitten by a rattlesnake yesterday and used my croakies as a tourniquet. TFM.

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    SperryBird

    I hope you killed the snake or at least knew what the fuck it was. Nothing like good ole doc having to guess which anti-venom to use. If only Steve Irwin was alive…….

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    SinnersLikeMe

    actually most bites from venomous snakes simply leave two small holes… almost EXACTLY like whats shown in the picture. “Only thing worse than trying hard, is not doing it right.” Laps.

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      Fratalini

      Actually putting a tourniquet on it to block the blood flow is about the dumbest thing you could do, as soon as that tourniquet is release the blood will rush through the rest of the body, carrying the venom with it.

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      Ramblin man

      With the advances in medicine and medical training it is possible to leave tourniquets on for prolonged periods of time without loss of limb. Also that croakie was barely tied on.

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      jack d

      To stop the venom from getting to the rest of his body, dipshit. Studies recently have shown that tourniquets really will save more limbs than would be lost without them. In this case, even if the tourniquet was on too long and did make his leg die and fall off, I’d still rather lose a leg than my life.

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