An Abscess with Dr. Gilmore

A pus-filled abscess gets treated by Dr. Gilmore after the patient is numbed and betadine is applied. It looks to be located right on an armpit, which is called an axilla abscess. I’m not sure why he put music over the video but it’s a little bit annoying, because it’s hard to hear what they’re saying. The wound gets packed and treated so the patient doesn’t get staph and the patient is given antibiotics. Dr. Gilmore does a quality job when treating patients. Rate this video five stars if you want to see more like this.

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