Emergency! (1972–1979)
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Nurse's Wild 

The manager of a store shoots an arm robber and has strong regrets. Dr. Brackett and Dixie deals with a tough man suffering from chest pains. Between Johnny and the nurse, sparks fly. Dr. ... See full summary »

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Dr. Kelly Brackett
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Dixie McCall, R.N.
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Dr. Joe Early
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Hallucinating Man
Ron Pinkard ...
Dr. Mike Morton
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Clive Jonas
Christine Dixon ...
Bitsey Jonas
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Arthur Grey
Chris Forbes ...
Ellen Bart
Patricia Mickey ...
Sharon
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Grace Corbett
Vince Howard ...
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The manager of a store shoots an arm robber and has strong regrets. Dr. Brackett and Dixie deals with a tough man suffering from chest pains. Between Johnny and the nurse, sparks fly. Dr. Early treats an alcoholic. A dog delays the rescue of an unconscious woman. Dixie and Dr. Morton assumes an unconscious hippie is on drugs. The firemen rescue a man trapped at a chemical plant. Written by Gary Richard Collins II (brothergaryii@gmail.com)

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4 March 1972 (USA)  »

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The man was most likely bit by a "Lactrodectus Hesperus" or the western black widow. Only the female of the species can bite humans. Black widow bites are almost never fatal and rarely cause permanent damage to healthy people. Young children and the very old are at the most risk. They avoid humans and only attack if they are threatened or protecting their egg sacs. Muscle cramps and nausea are the most common symptoms along with chest pain. See more »

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Paramedic Roy DeSoto: So as you can see, that gives us the same capability in the field as you and the doctors have in the hospital.
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Nurses and Doctors
13 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

Most of this episode seems to take place in the hospital versus in the firehouse. In fact, besides a short scene in the middle of the opposite, we don't really see much of the fire station.

Roy and Johnny are called to help a heart attack victim who had shot an robber, a woman who took diet pills not prescribed to her, and a man who had an accident at work. The doctors helped some of the above mentioned people, along with another man that was brought in unconsciously.

There are a couple tense scenes at the hospital involving Dr. Morton. The first incident involves his yelling at a nurse. Dixie McCall kindly but firmly makes sure he understand she does not approve. The second incident involves the patient brought in. Dr. Morton automatically assumes it is drug related so he can't see the truth. He must humbly apologize for his discrimination.

Johnny, as usual, is flirting. He thinks he'll get a date with the pretty nurse, but...


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