"The origin is debated, but a chainsaw-like tool was made around 1830 by the German orthopaedist Bernhard Heine. This instrument, the osteotome, had links of a chain carrying small cutting teeth with the edges set at an angle; the chain was moved around a guiding blade by turning the handle of a sprocket wheel. As the name implies, this was used to cut bone."
'Osteotome' For cutting bones 1830
To cut bones. Is this too scary for you, soy boy?
To cut bones
If I see any pegananant women on here, I will warn them that OP's spelling will cause them to go into labor.
another one who put episiotomy into the youtube search field
It seems scary, but don't forget it was better than sawing bones by hand
Ah, i see you're a man pregananant with culture as well
K, now I just love them more