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Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
12 July 2013, 17:02, (This post was last modified: 12 July 2013, 17:05 by Mortblanc.)
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
It is recorded in his biography that Che Guevara, who was a licensed MD as well as a revolutionary, carried a pair of extraction pliers in a case on his belt.

Bad teeth were a constant problem and Che would simply apply a good dose of rum and jerk the offending tooth out while a couple of mates held the patient down.

Do they still teach tooth extraction at barber college?
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12 July 2013, 17:24,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
(12 July 2013, 12:58)Highlander Wrote: I think that was brilliant, its just the thing we need to know about, no amount of descriptive words will beat watching that.
Now as you say RS,.. we need to find that Lidocaine

the only place i know of you can get lignocain is http://www.anytimedoctor.co.uk/onlinedoc...tents.html
it cost abit but.
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12 July 2013, 19:47,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
(12 July 2013, 17:24)Auto Wrote:
(12 July 2013, 12:58)Highlander Wrote: I think that was brilliant, its just the thing we need to know about, no amount of descriptive words will beat watching that.
Now as you say RS,.. we need to find that Lidocaine

the only place i know of you can get lignocain is http://www.anytimedoctor.co.uk/onlinedoc...tents.html
it cost abit but.

Thanks Auto, but this link may be a better one, your link was a cream, this link I found is for injections and jelly, which would be applied better

http://www.henryschein.com/us-en/Search....=Lidocaine+
A major part of survival is invisibility.
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12 July 2013, 20:00,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
The epinephrine was no doubt used to control the bleeding. Lidocane is not only a good local anesthetic ether topical or injected sub-cutaneously, but injected as an IV controls some heart arrhythmias (PVCs).
If at first you don't secede, try, try again!
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12 July 2013, 20:22,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
(12 July 2013, 20:00)Jonas Wrote: The epinephrine was no doubt used to control the bleeding. Lidocane is not only a good local anesthetic ether topical or injected sub-cutaneously, but injected as an IV controls some heart arrhythmias (PVCs).

Thanks,....so the Epinephrine is not a pain killer then? so wouldn't necessarily be needed

They also mentioned stitching up afterwards,.. I have had teeth removed before, but never needed a stitch,... why would they have done that?
A major part of survival is invisibility.
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12 July 2013, 20:56,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
(12 July 2013, 19:47)Highlander Wrote:
(12 July 2013, 17:24)Auto Wrote:
(12 July 2013, 12:58)Highlander Wrote: I think that was brilliant, its just the thing we need to know about, no amount of descriptive words will beat watching that.
Now as you say RS,.. we need to find that Lidocaine

the only place i know of you can get lignocain is http://www.anytimedoctor.co.uk/onlinedoc...tents.html
it cost abit but.

Thanks Auto, but this link may be a better one, your link was a cream, this link I found is for injections and jelly, which would be applied better

http://www.henryschein.com/us-en/Search....=Lidocaine+

unless i messed up the link, it's def an injection. i got the kit a month or so ago. you get amoxi tabs, doxy tabs and 2x 1ml amps of lignocaine.
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12 July 2013, 21:41,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
(12 July 2013, 20:56)Auto Wrote:
(12 July 2013, 19:47)Highlander Wrote:
(12 July 2013, 17:24)Auto Wrote:
(12 July 2013, 12:58)Highlander Wrote: I think that was brilliant, its just the thing we need to know about, no amount of descriptive words will beat watching that.
Now as you say RS,.. we need to find that Lidocaine

the only place i know of you can get lignocain is http://www.anytimedoctor.co.uk/onlinedoc...tents.html
it cost abit but.

Thanks Auto, but this link may be a better one, your link was a cream, this link I found is for injections and jelly, which would be applied better

http://www.henryschein.com/us-en/Search....=Lidocaine+

unless i messed up the link, it's def an injection. i got the kit a month or so ago. you get amoxi tabs, doxy tabs and 2x 1ml amps of lignocaine.

Yes, you are right sorry, it says `vials`, so that injections
A major part of survival is invisibility.
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12 July 2013, 22:29, (This post was last modified: 12 July 2013, 22:32 by Grumpy Grandpa.)
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
(12 July 2013, 20:56)Auto Wrote: unless i messed up the link, it's def an injection. i got the kit a month or so ago. you get amoxi tabs, doxy tabs and 2x 1ml amps of lignocaine.

Hi Auto! It is expensive but also sounds like a worthwhile investment. It seems to say that you have to go through a 'consultation' before you can buy. As you've already gone through this, is that the case and what kind of justification is required, if you don't mind me asking?

It's bugging me a bit now, wondering if there's any possible kind of extraction process to get a usable product from the patches?



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12 July 2013, 22:48,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
(12 July 2013, 22:29)Grumpy Grandpa Wrote:
(12 July 2013, 20:56)Auto Wrote: unless i messed up the link, it's def an injection. i got the kit a month or so ago. you get amoxi tabs, doxy tabs and 2x 1ml amps of lignocaine.

Hi Auto! It is expensive but also sounds like a worthwhile investment. It seems to say that you have to go through a 'consultation' before you can buy. As you've already gone through this, is that the case and what kind of justification is required, if you don't mind me asking?

It's bugging me a bit now, wondering if there's any possible kind of extraction process to get a usable product from the patches?

No justification needed. the kit is ment to be taken abroard and used there if you cant get to a hospital. The consultation is just, Do you suffer from this or that or have you had a bad reaction to this or that.
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12 July 2013, 22:53,
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RE: Dental Extraction with Swuss Army Knife, Screwdriver etc
Thanks for that - all I need now is about another £85!!



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