A nun arrives at the clinic with what appears to be a skin rash caused by an allergy, and starts to go into anaphylactic shock in reaction to the medication Dr. House gives her. When he then gives her an injection of epinephrine, she goes into cardiac arrest, leading Dr. Cuddy to assume that House gave her an accidental overdose. Absolutely sure that he gave the patient the correct dosage, House begins a series of unorthodox treatments to uncover the truth, and also does a bit of snooping into the sister's past. Written by
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While sister Augustine is in the bed, with her hands including the wrist bandaged, Dr. Chase measures her pulse by holding her left hand and says 104. In reality it is not possible to palpate the pulse when the wrist is tightly bandaged - you cannot feel the pulse through the bandage. See more
Dr. Eric Foreman
You are aware of the Hippocratic oath, right?
Dr. Gregory House
The one that starts, "First, do no harm", then goes on to tell us: no abortions, no seductions, and definitely no cutting of those who labor beneath the stone? Yeah, took a read once. Wasn't impressed.
References The Sound of Music
"The Twelve Days of Christmas"
by Paul and Brenda Neal See more