After being the center of practical jokes, John conspires his revenge. Dixie is worried about a student nurse, whose performances are below Dr. Brackett's standards and cause him to voice his displeasure. A man breaks his back falling off a tower. A woman fakes an illness. Dr. Early's stethoscope becomes lodged in his ear. A man brought into the hospital from a movie set is the first indication of an outbreak of botulism. A boy is trapped in a condemned building. Written by
Gary Richard Collins II (email@example.com)
Did You Know?
When trying to intubate the patient with a broken leg, Dr. Brackett holds the laryngoscope in his right hand. Holding it in this fashion would make visualization of the required anatomy nearly impossible. This instrument should be held in the left hand while attempting to pass the endotracheal tube with his right hand. See more
Paramedic Roy DeSoto
Man, you sure are dedicated.