A few weeks ago I had a young patient admitted for an infected upper thigh wound which occurred after the patient had jumped over a fence and cut himself. The injury was quite serious and required a skin graft that was placed at an outside hospital. After the graft was placed, the physician cut up a saline bag (just like the ones we used to administer a regular old 1 L bag of 0.9NS)and stapled it to the patients leg! No other dressing, just the stapled plastic bag. The patient later left AMA and came to our facility for further management. There must have been some therapeutic reason for stapling the bag to the patient's leg (Maybe for the wound to retain moisture to heal?) but it looked inhumane and like some crazy hackjob! Any thoughts fellow nurses?