When you inject, it’s your own fault

By JAY WAGNERAssociated PressBy JAY WAHNAssociated PressAssociated PressAUSTIN, Texas (AP) The only way to fully treat an aneurysm is to open a vein and inject the blood, so doctors don’t want to inject the artery or vein.

That’s why surgeons have been injecting patients with an injectable form of the drug called an intraosseous cannula.

This is the second time an intraosec device has been used to treat a patient with a fatal aneurymic injury.

A surgeon in Texas used the injectable cannula to help a man with aneuries in a fall in the mid-1990s.

Doctors had to amputate the man’s leg after the device severed his femur and damaged a vein in his knee.

The surgery required surgery to reattach the damaged femur, and the doctor was on crutches for most of the recovery.

The surgeon was later diagnosed with diabetes and spent two years in a nursing home.

In the past, surgeons have injected patients with the device and had success treating some patients with a stroke, heart attack or even death.

But there have been fewer complications, and most doctors say the technology is safe.

An injectable device can be used for more than just surgery, said Dr. Jonathan Wachs, an anesthesiologist and an assistant professor of medicine at the University of South Florida who specializes in surgical anesthesiology.

The device is not considered an emergency procedure, he said, but it can help the patient get back on their feet and be more effective in an emergency.

The devices are made by Novartis Biomedical, a subsidiary of Abbott Laboratories.

They are available in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors and are made with an injection resin that is similar to that used to make the needles used in a syringe.

A cannula is a device made of flexible tubing that allows doctors to inject liquid into the artery and vein.

The injection may be taken intravenously or in an inflatable container like a syringer, which doctors can place under the skin to inject directly into the area.

The anesthetic, which is injected directly into a vein or artery, is typically given intravenously, although some doctors prefer to give it to patients at home.

The procedure can be done quickly, without requiring surgery or other procedures, said Paul W. Williams, an orthopedic surgeon at New York-Presbyterian Hospital-Columbia.

The drug is also safe, and there are no known side effects from it, Williams said.

Doctors say the injectables have a very low risk of causing an anaphylactic reaction and can be administered in the operating room or by a nurse practitioner.

The only problem with injecting an intraospheric device, according to Williams, is the pain.

An aneury is a type of clot in the arteries that runs from the base of the heart to the base to supply blood to the limbs and the lower abdomen.

It can cause swelling of the blood vessels and blood vessels in the veins and in the tissues that connect to the veins.

The aneuria may also cause blood clots, which can lead to blood clogging the arteries and lead to stroke or death.

The most common complication of an anencephaly is stroke, which results in numbness or weakness of the hands, feet or hands and loss of feeling in those parts of the body.

Stroke can be treated with medication.