about 25,000 people die from gangrene a year
Gangrene has no know discovery. Researchers say that gangrene was first found in the wounds of Civil War patients. Many people died in the Civil War because of this. Around 30,000-45,000 died because of gangrene infected wounds.
There are no statistics on just how many people died of gangrene during World Wars I and II. Estimates place the number of dead from this infection in the thousands.
2000000 people die every year
i died from gangrene but i am still alive
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30,000 sicknesses killed more people during the war than bullets, mortar, cannons.
Most likely people in the Victorian Era, died from the plague (black death) and other diseases (gangrene) that couldn't be treated.
no he died of gangrene
Gerald Ford died December 26, 2006. He is the only ex-president to die after 2005.
Impossible to number, since many have died of it in undeveloped countries who wouldn't even have heard of gas gangrene.
He died of Gangrene.
He died because of gangrene.
He died on 3 January 1543 from gangrene after breaking his leg.
I have no data on total deaths in 2006, but there were 43,200 deaths in traffic crashes in 2005.
The artist Sandra Blow died in Cornwall but that was in 2006.
No one. It has been found that he died of gangrene in the leg.
about 25,000 people died by guns in 2007
200,000 people died from drinking
One theory is that he died from malaria, and another is that he died from gangrene caused by a leg injury.
More people died post operation from gangrene than from the initial wounds the received on the battlefield. This was because of the lack of development of medicine at the time.
There were approximately 10 people who died during the mudslide in the state of California in 2005. The mudslide occurred in the town La Conchita.