In 1881, the 20th President of the United States, James Abram Garfield, was assassinated, but he did not die on the spot, only a bullet remained in his body.
The president’s nightmare began. In the absence of an X-ray instrument at the time, the bullets that were removed from the body could only be reached by a doctor.
At that time, the United States, the doctor did not have the concept of disinfection, the hands were not washed, the equipment was not disinfected, and the bullet was repeatedly searched for more than two months. During these two months, the doctor did not allow him to eat. The President Garfield, who was finally tossed for two months, still didn’t succumb to it. He didn’t find the bullet when he died.
After autopsy, the president died of wound infection and malnutrition, and the bullet did not cause any fatal damage.