[S3E1] E-Type Emergency !!TOP!!
After paramedics brought the preemie in, it was discovered that one of four girls gave birth to him. The preemie had an emergency blood condition that required maternal platelet antibodies from the mother. Tests confirmed that she was not the mother.
[S3E1] E-Type Emergency
After paramedics brought the preemie in, it was discovered that one of four girls gave birth to him. The preemie has an emergency blood condition that required maternal platelet antibodies from the mother. Tests confirmed that she was a possible match, but she was later found not to be the mother.
After paramedics brought the preemie in, it was discovered that one of four girls gave birth to him. The preemie had an emergency blood condition that required maternal platelet antibodies from the mother. Tests confirmed that she was a possible match, but after confessing that she was the mother, treatment began to transfuse her platelets to her baby.
25 years ago, ER made its debut on NBC, introducing viewers to the emergency room doctors at County General Hospital in Chicago. The medical drama would launch the careers of George Clooney, Noah Wyle and Julianna Margulies, going on to run for 15 seasons, making it the second longest running medical drama in TV history.
1. ER was initially intended to be a movie back in 1974, with Steven Spielberg set to direct a script penned by Michael Crichton, which would be "a documentary-style movie about what happened during 24 hours in an emergency room" based on his experience as a med student in Boston. Alas, it never ended up happening, with the project shelved for almost 20 years before NBC expressed interest in making it a TV series.
The team is dissecting the wheelchair patient's medical history and finds 214 symptoms, all of which go on the whiteboard. However, even Chase is able to eliminate all possible unusual diagnoses. Cameron thinks the symptoms are essentially random and don't show any underlying disease. House decides to perform an endoscopy to look for infection. Chase does the procedure, but the patient can't even respond to simple commands. The patient's throat collapses during the procedure, just as the team warned. They perform an emergency tracheotomy.
In an emergency, a good old-fashioned landline phone has been regarded as the most reliable method of communication. When storms knock out power, cell towers often go dark, as do high-speed internet connections. Landlines, on the other hand, work without power or battery-operated phones.
At the moment, though, Sunnyvale, California-based Ooma appears to be alone in offering something new that addresses reliability in an emergency. For several years, it has delivered very inexpensive VoIP service that competes with the likes of Vonage.
In addition to the cost savings, the Telo 4G automatically gives first responders your home address in a 911 emergency. If you have a power outage, the backup battery will keep the phone running for up to 10 hours.
Having lost the Cobra Kai dojo, Johnny is now a drunken, aimless wreck. He starts a parking lot brawl with a pair of belligerent bar patrons, which results in him being beaten and arrested. Following his release from lockup, he attempts to visit Miguel in the hospital. Only family members are permitted to see patients, however, forcing Johnny to take an unorthodox approach to reach Miguel. When using a discarded doctor's coat to disguise himself fails, Johnny deliberately injures his head to gain admittance to the emergency room. From there, Johnny sneaks into Miguel's room, where he pleads with his student to wake up before the staff catch him and kick him out. Miguel's internal struggle is depicted as he fights a challenging opponent at the All Valley Tournament, but repeatedly finds himself on the losing end.
In season 3, Carol states that she graduated high school in 1985; combined with the fact that she completed a nursing master's degree, this means that she ascended to the position of nurse manager at a major emergency room by age 27 after just three years of full-time work experience.
Carol Hathaway is a registered nurse and is the nurse manager in the emergency room of Chicago's County General Hospital. In season two, it is revealed that she has a master's degree in nursing when she completes a performance evaluation for physician assistant Jeanie. Throughout the series, Carol is referred to interchangeably as the nurse manager, charge nurse, and head nurse.
"Haleh may not be able to cross clamp an aorta, but she has over 20 years experience in emergency medicine and if you would step off your pedestal maybe you would realize it's the nurses that make this place run and not you."
As Sheldon is on his own, he tries to order 1/4 of the appetizer plate and one half of the Golden Treasure for Two, which really is meant for two people; however, the Thai restaurant isn't cooperating. Sheldon hears Penny screaming for help from her apartment, warns the Thai restaurant that his sharply worded comments on Yelp took down a local muffin store, and then runs off to assist Penny. Sheldon as usual knocks on her apartment door and Penny yells at him to come in. He finds her bedroom door closed, and knocks again. Penny yells that she is in the bathroom so Sheldon asks if he should come back at a better time. Penny replies that he has to get in there and then tells him not to dare knock on the bathroom door. Sheldon finds her lying in the bathtub naked and wrapped in her shower curtain. Penny has slipped in the shower and dislocated her shoulder. Sheldon commented that she did not have a shower mat or any adhesive duck stickers (like Sheldon has) on the floor of the tub to prevent slipping. The ducks are whimsical because they even have umbrellas though they have neither the need for, nor the ability to use, umbrellas. Penny tells him that she has to go to the emergency room and that Sheldon will have to drive her since she can't. Sheldon eventually declares, "Never let it be said that Sheldon Lee Cooper ignored the pleas of a "damsel in distress". His final observation is: "It seems ironic that for a lack of 99-cent adhesive ducks, we might die in fiery car crash".
As a nation in the midst of our own unprecedented emergency, we might be able to see some of ourselves in O\u2019Hara\u2019s book and in history, even if that history is a fictionalized account of an event that took place in 1962. Beggars can\u2019t be choosers, after all.
The word \u201Cmeditation\u201D and the word \u201Cemergency\u201D are opposites, at least kind of. For those with a lot of poetry vocab, I think of their juxtaposition as a kind of \u201Cslant\u201D connotation (e.g., close, but not quite). Meditation requires us to pause, to hold still; emergencies often demand quick action. O\u2019Hara\u2019s title, \u201CMeditations in an Emergency,\u201D requires us to think about the intersections of the personal and the societal, about thoughts versus actions, and about how all these things are the same.
Without ruin, we can lose the impetus to rebuild; without crisis, we can forget the sweetness of hard-won peace. O\u2019Hara, time and again in the collection that weaves itself through Mad Men\u2019s second season, reminds us that each time we confront an emergency, private or public, we are blindingly, mercifully, still alive.
In order for Mateo to transfer to another store and maintain their relationship, Jeff asks Mateo to produce his SSN card. Mateo is undocumented so he breaks up with Jeff to cancel the transfer. Jeff also asks Dina and Garrett to file paperwork on their relationship ("Mateo's Last Day"). Jeff calls Glenn and tells him that he has to lay off 10% of the staff which Eugene overhears ("Spring Cleaning"). In order to change Jeff's mind on the layoffs, Glenn invites him to Cheyenne's wedding on the pretext that there's an emergency. Glenn introduces him to a number of staff and portrays their financial situations in the worst possible light in order to play on Jeff's sympathies. He then makes Jeff hold Cheyenne's daughter Harmonica for much of the reception. Jeff runs into Mateo and declares he hates him for ending their relationship. As he tries to leave, Glenn makes a public appeal to Jeff to stop the layoffs and Jeff runs out without replying ("Cheyenne's Wedding").
And Starfleet for its part was completely uninterested in the design, but instead of simply decommissioning the class and sending it to a starship graveyard to be picked apart, they would place all 5 surviving vessels of the class into a mothball shipyard, where they could be reactivated in a moments notice should an emergency situation arise.
At Outpost, Karen pours herself a drink and is joined by Kelly, telling her that she had sold it. She tells her daughter that she sold it because it seemed right and tells her that she did not know what she would do now. Kelly tells her that she could not imagine her doing nothing and is told that maybe Karen would go to India or go back to college. Kelly asks her if she and Ed would be getting a divorce when a siren started sounding. An emergency broadcast started to sound and they both go downstairs.
As the first to respond to urgent and emergency calls, they must use all their training and experience to make split second decisions that can mean the difference between life and death as they step into situations that can be emotionally fraught or physically dangerous. 041b061a72