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Why are some chickens?
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Much agreed that it is vital to educate on how to handle chicken. We were catering at the beginning of March and I got a small (end of a needle size) cut when I was cooking and cutting chicken. In less than 72 hours I was in the hospital undergoing emergency surgery to save my finger and hand. The hand specialist told my wife that if I had waited a day longer there would have been a good chance that I would have lost my finger and maybe even my hand.

I cleaned it out like we always do with the first aid kit we had on site. My wife and I had important taping with a network that we were doing in Tucson after that catering, in the following days so when I wasn't feeling that well I didn't think much about it because our daughter had just gotten over the flu. Then the other systems set in!

It is not something to fool around with! Any sign of redness or swelling in a cut area, don't wait! Go and get it checked out. By the time I got to the Emergency Room on Monday evening, I had a red streak going up to my elbow and my middle finger looked like it was going to explode. I had started to go septic in my blood stream!

No matter how important you think something is, it is a well learned lesson that nothing is that important.

Tom Duncan JR
06-20-2012 11:54 PM
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Why are some chickens? - T - 06-06-2012, 12:37 PM
RE: Why are some chickens? - elkski - 06-07-2012, 08:14 AM
RE: Why are some chickens? - paulw - 06-20-2012, 09:15 PM
RE: Why are some chickens? - WRBBQ - 06-20-2012 11:54 PM

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