A look at the untold personal story of FBI agent Clarice Starling, as she returns to the field about a year after the events of The Silence of the Lambs (1991).
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With respect to Special Agents, the FBI's hiring pool tends to skew toward Attorneys, followed by Law Enforcement, and Military, as well as anyone the Bureau deems to have a critical skillset vital to the national interest i.e. facility for languages, computer proficiency, etc. See more
In episode 5, there are numerous medical mistakes. For example, a person is intubated from behind the head and with a laryngoscope to prevent intubating the esophagus instead of the trachea. An intubated person cannot make a sound, not even a whimper, because the tube is fixated by a balloon below the vocal cords preventing any air flow through them. An epidural means Clarice would have had a catheter in her back, not just an intravenous catheter. None of the medications she was given in her neck or arm would have taken effect so quickly as it is unlikely that she was hit directly in a vein. They did get the defibrillator and extubation scenes correct though. See more