quadruple amputation

quad·ru·ple am·pu·ta·tion

amputation of both upper and lower limbs.
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Flesh-eating bacteria ravaged his face and he had to have a quadruple amputation.
Previous speakers at the festival have included Sir Chris Bonington, Doug Scott and Jamie Andrew, the Edinburgh mountaineer who suffered a quadruple amputation following an accident in the Alps.
She will be telling her personal story about how contracting meningococcal septicaemia resulted in quadruple amputation, and how this fuelled her determination to set up 500 Miles.
The guest speaker was Jamie Andrew, who talked about his experiences and challenges of overcoming a quadruple amputation following an horrific accident in the French Alps.
She then had to have a quadruple amputation, then a week later she had to have skin grafts.
Severe blood poisoning left her hands and feet so badly damaged that doctors had to perform quadruple amputation to save her life.
But in the year since the quadruple amputation, the father of three, determined to find a path to a fulfilling life, has remarried and joined a rugby team, and recently, has even taken his family skiing.
Paige beat meningitis when she was just 14 months but severe blood poisoning left her hands and feet so badly damaged that doctors had to perform a quadruple amputation to save her life.
Olivia is expected to spend at least three weeks in hospital after her quadruple amputation next week.
But they have warned her family a quadruple amputation is still unavoidable.
Surgeons at Edinburgh's Sick Kids were forced to perform a quadruple amputation.
The tot has bravely adapted to the quadruple amputation and even picks up her toys with her teeth.