Gruesome recordings captures & # 39; Miss Foot Fixer & # 39; and removes an ingrown toenail from the foot of a patient
- Podiatrist Marion Yau has a patient with ingrown toe and enormous growth
- Stomach-sounding images show how she cuts growth with a pair of tongs
- Then removes half the toe of the unnamed patient after it has been hidden by growth & # 39; hidden & # 39;
A sounding video has been recorded the moment a podiatrist removes the ingrown toenail of a patient.
Marion Yau chuckles as she describes that her patient has a & # 39; beautiful ingrown nail with an enormous growth on the side & # 39; from his big toe.
On the clip is Mrs. Yau, who calls herself Miss Foot Fixer and cuts off the growth with a pair of tongs to reveal the bleeding soft tissue underneath.
Apparently bewildered, the podiatrist pokes the toe before deciding to cut away half of the nail that & # 39; hidden & # 39; is due to growth.
After the space is & # 39; eroded & # 39; and disinfectant has been applied, Mrs. Yau wraps the toe extensively in mesh before sending the patient off.
The unnamed patient presented himself with an ingrown toenail with an enormous growth on the side.
Podiatrist Marion Yau later cut away half of his nail hiding & # 39; was by growth
Ms. Yau, of the Harley Medical Foot and Nail Clinic in London, claims that she saw the nameless patient for the first time in August, when his growth was not that great.
Although she then cut away part of the mass, he returned four to five months later and complained that he & # 39; too busy & # 39; had been to come earlier.
Mrs. Yau decided that the growth had to be permanently removed and started to get rid of the growth.
The patient's toe was anesthetized, and Yau urged him to tell her if he felt uncomfortable.
After removing the growth, Miss Foot Fixer muttered & # 39; what is going on here? & # 39 ;.
She then punctured the area to discover where the patient's soft tissue met his nail.
Mrs. Yau then cut more of his tissue away and possibly wiped blood away with gauze.
After she had removed almost half of his large toenail, the patient was left with a painful-looking & # 39; hole & # 39; about his grade.
Mrs. Yau applied the disinfectant phenol to kill the root of the nail before he wrapped his toe in gauze, which she held with tape.
It is unknown how the patient is doing now.
Mrs. Yau, also known as Miss Foot Fixer, initially cut off the growth with tongs
She then pricked the underlying soft tissue to determine where it met the patient's nail
They & # 39; ran & # 39; the & # 39; hole & # 39; that left the growth behind, and cleared all blood as she went
The patient had a satisfactory & # 39; gap & # 39; where his growth and ingrown nail had been
Mrs. Yau then applied extensive gauze to his wound, which she held with tape
WHAT IS AN INCLUDED FRAME?
An ingrown toenail is a & # 39; common & # 39; problem that occurs when the nail grows in the toe.
A compromised figure can be red, painful or swollen. The nail can also bend in the toe.
Signs of an infection are pus that drips from the toe and feels warm or wary.
Ingrown nails can usually be treated at home by:
- Soak the foot three to four times a day for a few days in warm water to soften the skin and grow the nail in it
- Keep the foot dry for the rest of the day
- Wearing wide, comfortable shoes
- Take painkillers if necessary
The NHS recommends that we leave the nail behind to grow instead of cutting or picking.
If the home treatment does not work or the toe is sore or appears to be infected, go to a doctor. Patients should also seek the help of a doctor if they have a fever or diabetes.
A foot specialist can then cut away or remove part of the nail completely. First a local anesthetic is used to numb the area.
Ingrown toenails can be prevented by:
- Do not cut nails too short
- Cut straight over the nail instead of at the edges
- Do not wear shoes that are too tight or do not fit properly
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