ER Doctor REACTS to Craziest Dead Island 2 Injuries (2023)


ER Doctor Jordan Wagner is back with ER doctor reacts to Dead Island 2 injuries by Epic Games and Dambuster Studios. Doctor Wagner, a real life emergency physician from Experts React Gamology ER Doctor top brutal kills in Dead Island 2 reaction / real doctor reacts to video games DEAD ISLAND 2 full gameplay and zombie games in this Dead Island 2 review. Real doctor watches and reacts to dead island 2 funny moments and tells us what is realistic and what is not in this funny video game reaction after the release of Dead Island 2 trailer and Dying Light 2.

Dead Island 2 is a 2023 action role-playing game developed by Dambuster Studios and published by Deep Silver. It is a sequel to the video game Dead Island and the third major installment in the Dead Island series. Set about 10 years after the events of Dead Island and Dead Island: Riptide, Dead Island 2 differentiates itself from its predecessors by taking place in the city of Los Angeles, which has been quarantined due to a zombie outbreak. The game was released for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Windows, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Today Doctor Wagner, from Experts React on Gamology will be watching and reacting to Dead Island 2 injuries in games and the best healing mechanics in video games. Do you play Dead Island 2? What about the new Dead Island and zombies horror games like Dying Light 2? If you want Dr. Jordan Wagner to continue making this doctor reaction series and reacting to gameplay and creating video game reaction series on Gamology please give this video a like and leave a comment on which TV show or medical memes or just funny memes you'd like for him to review next.


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What today we're headed back to the gorge Ranch Streets of LA breaking down and reacting to all of the intense medical scenes and twisted injuries from Dead Island too? Let's Dive, Right, whoa, oh I, see organs.

Different injuries could actually cause somebody's body to be thought in half, namely car accidents or Falls from really high levels or Industrial Equipment type injuries.

Oh okay! If I got blunt trauma to the side of my head, like that, just behind your ear, which is your mastoid process, you could potentially have a fracture there.

You can potentially get internal bleeding in your brain, but you're gonna be totally Dazed and Confused.

Oh another, smack to the Head, looks like fractured to the nose.

You see some blood.

You can actually fracture the sinuses here.

People will have fractures from getting punched in the face on either side and I.

Tell everybody I'm like please do not sneeze if you sneeze sneeze with your mouth open, because if you try to stifle the sneeze air will escape through the sinus into the tissue boom.

Oh man, puncture wound right underneath the jaw here, so very soft.

You guys can feel your own, but then that puncture has to go through the hard palate of your mouth, which is bone up into your skull.

So lots of different bones has to have a lot of force has to be sharp enough to be able to do that and if it gets into the brain, that's your frontal lobe and that has to do with personality different things relating to higher level function.

Oh, like gone, wow wow, shot right through the Beamer Beamer is huge big.

If you break that bone, there's a ton of blood loss that could happen extremely painful.

We see people mostly get bad fractures and all of a sudden as it fractures if it tracks retract and it rides over itself and it's extremely painful nail gun that looks like a nail gun.

It sounds like a nail gun.

I've seen people come to the emergency department where they actually have nail gun injuries where the nail goes into bone into tissue, I've, seen it through fingers knees and what ends up happening? Is we just pull them out and usually because it's involving bone, we will give antibiotics? Oh man and it looks like we actually see pieces of the femur bone super sharp.

We have to be really careful as Healthcare Providers and we actually don't the lacerate ourselves, because these bones are actually quite Sharp.

Oh, what is that a meat cleaver right to the face and the face it could potentially go through the bone? Obviously the soft tissue.

It's got a lot of weight behind it small knives.

When people try to stab somebody in the head, it doesn't necessarily go through it bounces right off, there's not enough Force to it.

This there's a lot of force, there's a lot of weight to it, so it has unfortunately more damaged oh laceration to chest.

Hopefully you have a lot of muscle there.

You know work out your bench presses.

Then you have your rib cage, protecting unlikely that a laceration across the chest will go any deeper than the rib cage usually does not was not expecting.

That I did not see that coming.

Puncture went straight to the face.

You could have something called a lefort fracture and there's different levels of it, just depending on which bones are actually broken.

How many pieces it is in and needs to have surgery done to replace it and fix it.

You can bleed out pretty intensely with a posterior bleeding in the nose people come in with nosebleeds.

You have bleeding either the front at kesselbeck's plexus or you have bleeding the back, which is pheno Palatine artery.

Oh just a massive blunt trauma to the head can actually cause cervical neck fractures.

Beside the area, that's actually getting hit.

The compression that can go back.

I did a lot with car accidents where people have force that takes them back, and you have a lot of injuries to the cervical spine.

Come on, come on SO a knife, big knife through the skull, and then it starts bleeding out like a faucet.

It doesn't do that it will just bleed.

It won't profusely, come out like a fountain but it'll ooze.

Oh look at this.

It's just like Wolverine years ago, I was Wolverine for Halloween I had claws minus the electrical component.

What if you have six knives going into your face with that much force and electricity? I, don't know if you got a chance or not most electrical injuries that I see they come to.

The emergency department are related to like Outlets, not these crazy weapons that have been made to kill zombies in that situation, where the leg is taken off, trying to get the leg grab.

The other piece of the you know the lower portion as well, maybe put it in a bag and bring it with you.

I've had people come to the hospital where they actually forget to bring the amputated piece and without peace, can't put it back together.

Come on come on an ax could cause significant head trauma to somebody, because it has a long fulcrum and a blade that is sharp enough, that it can pop right through just think about it being a strong piece of wood.

Same idea, the skull is millimeters thick, it's hard as a rock obviously, but with enough Force you can crack right through it whoa we see people who come to the emergency department.

A lot with head injuries, blunt trauma and dude- are getting in fights.

It actually causes both people, the person getting hit, as well as a person doing the hitting significant trauma.

So we see a lot of bloody hands, we see broken hands and then we see a lot of soft tissue injury to the face.

You also have to think.

If you're punching somebody in the mouth, you can lacerate and cut your hand and if you lacerate and open up until like the knuckles into the joint, then you increase the risk of getting bacteria into a joint which is horrible and bad and dangerous.

Oh some blunt trauma either right to the jaw right to the neck.

Sometimes you get somebody so hard, obviously that it breaks the bone in the neck.

You actually have a hyoid bone that sits right up in here, but then you have your cartilage.

Sometimes you can break cartilage, but it's pretty hard to do that.

You can cause inflammation within your Airway.

You can also cause spasming of your vocal cords.

I break bones of the jaw.

We typically see not just a single fracture, but we'll actually see two fractures where the energy goes in in the end goes out out.

Oh laceration injury right through the knees, if you actually hit the patellar tendon, which is basically the tendon, attaching your kneecap to the tibia.

If that it's disrupted, it actually causes the kneecap to go higher up into the thigh and pretty much that's how your thigh muscles are attached to the lower leg to allow it to say kick somebody or to extend, and if it's not attached by the patellar tendon you're, not going to be doing that all right, even if somebody's kind of electrocuted with the energies that we use normally typically bodies, don't explode now, obviously not 100.

There could be so much energy that something causes somebody to explode explode, but a handheld device.

I, don't normally see that happen, we see people that come with lower level, Energy electrical injuries, what the heck did I just watch.

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