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2020 hooker (and Fainu disc.)

Cust or Croker for hooker 2020 if Nas is out

  • Cust

    Votes: 50 39.4%
  • Crocker

    Votes: 19 15.0%
  • Zach Dockar-Clay

    Votes: 21 16.5%
  • Fainu

    Votes: 17 13.4%
  • Levi

    Votes: 20 15.7%

  • Total voters
    127

Mitch

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Just read in The Australian, some more bad news for Manase. He has undergone further surgery for a serious infection following his initial shoulder surgery.

Originally thought to be a bad virus, he potentially will be in hospital for several weeks.

I believe he was due to front court again on Monday?
 

anthonyb1965

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Just read in The Australian, some more bad news for Manase. He has undergone further surgery for a serious infection following his initial shoulder surgery.

Originally thought to be a bad virus, he potentially will be in hospital for several weeks.

I believe he was due to front court again on Monday?
Same surgeon as S. Burgess I wonder?
 

Mitch

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Manase Fainu facing long (months) recovery after staph infection discovered in his shoulder. Had shoulder reconstruction in September, required emergency surgery this week. Antibiotics + ? more surgery + delayed rehab ahead, can also cause lasting issues in the joint
 

HappilyManly

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@nrlphyso
Manase Fainu facing long (months) recovery after staph infection discovered in his shoulder. Had shoulder reconstruction in September, required emergency surgery this week. Antibiotics + ? more surgery + delayed rehab ahead, can also cause lasting issues in the joint
What kind of butchers are operating on people :eek:

So much for after care and we have AFB and Jake to now worry about too.

There must be a blood test that could monitor the presence of infections :nerd:
 

ALinda

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@nrlphyso
Manase Fainu facing long (months) recovery after staph infection discovered in his shoulder. Had shoulder reconstruction in September, required emergency surgery this week. Antibiotics + ? more surgery + delayed rehab ahead, can also cause lasting issues in the joint
Unbelievable...sounds like he's guilty of running over a Chinaman :tmi:
 

Shoe1

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What kind of butchers are operating on people :eek:

So much for after care and we have AFB and Jake to now worry about too.

There must be a blood test that could monitor the presence of infections :nerd:
Also could be from his recovery which featured a church dance and a few weeks locked up on remand.
 

HappilyManly

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Also could be from his recovery which featured a church dance and a few weeks locked up on remand.
Hardly, as pus on the surface would have alerted his after care specialists :nerd:

These staph infections are rife in a lot of hospitals and are resistant little buggers :(
 

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Hardly, as pus on the surface would have alerted his after care specialists :nerd:

These staph infections are rife in a lot of hospitals and are resistant little buggers :(
 

JEF

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There is no excuse for staph infections to be rampant in modern first world hospitals.

Recently I went into an emergency ward with an infection that was spreading up my arm, apparently to my heart, that could have killed me.

The doctor in emergency offered me two options. Stay here, be admitted and risk the chance of infections that may kill you. Or alternatively we can organise home service treatment which will dramatically reduce the chance of infection.

I chose home service and lived.
 

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There is no excuse for staph infections to be rampant in modern first world hospitals.

Recently I went into an emergency ward with an infection that was spreading up my arm, apparently to my heart, that could have killed me.

The doctor in emergency offered me two options. Stay here, be admitted and risk the chance of infections that may kill you. Or alternatively we can organise home service treatment which will dramatically reduce the chance of infection.

I chose home service and lived.
I'm never having any sort of op again without antibiotics to follow. I had a skin cancer taken off my forehead - day surgery - and next night my eye swelled closed. Off to the hospital - infection - six weeks of daily bandage changes until the thing healed. Apparently there's so much bacteria on your skin that the mere act of slicing it open can push the bacteria in. Joy.
 

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