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    Do they make a model that would fit a human mouth ?

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    It would have to come with an anesthetic gel to immobilize it long enough for application. Juss sayin for a friend.

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    I BOUGHT A SET OF THOSE! I'm always cutting myself open. If I'm not bleeding I'm not working. Clotting is listed on my resume.

    Anyway they are absolutely stupid expensive. I think like $50 per bandage or something crazy. Duct tape and/or superglue works good too.

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    I had surgery on my toe and they used a 2" long version to pull it together. Worked great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nova_robotics View Post
    Anyway they are absolutely stupid expensive. .
    Compared to a visit to the ER...cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob_3000 View Post
    Compared to a visit to the ER...cheap.
    Completely free ER here my man.

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    They ae actually Pretty cheap!
    And it's great for those home-cesaerians! or maybe chainsaw wounds?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nova_robotics View Post
    Completely free ER here my man.
    Lucky for you...not everybody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesWaugh View Post
    And it's great for those home-cesaerians! or maybe chainsaw wounds?
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    Wow. I thought you were joking but it certainly does say that. Finally Amazon has a solution for Hannibal Lecter's OBGYN practice.

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