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How can he operate on the three patients without risking exchange of fluids?

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A one armed surgeon with a hand wound needs to operate on three patients. The surgeon only has two gloves.
How can he operate on the three patients without risking exchange of fluids? (Remember he only has one arm so he only needs to wear one glove at a time.)

posted Jun 4, 2014 by Vikram Luthra

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