This case involves a case of crush syndrome resulting from continuous compression of the upper arm by a dysfunctional automatic cycle blood pressure cuff. The patient was in a postoperative recovery room where he was connected to continuous monitoring devices, which included an automatic blood pressure cuff. The cuff maintained pressure for three full days, and when it was finally removed, the patient’s arm was severely discolored beneath the cuff margins. Despite the wound on his arm, the patient was discharged from the hospital. He followed up with his family doctor who referred him to a burn center. The patient had to undergo several debridement procedures to remove necrotic skin tissue and two skin graft procedures to heal the open wound. Following the procedure, the patient experienced limited range of motion of the limb below the elbow, coupled with sensory nerve deficits.