Next Episode of 24 Hours in A&E is
Cameras film around the clock in some of Britain's busiest A&E departments, where stories of life, love and loss unfold every day
Staff at Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham treat Kaeden, a 16-year-old battling a serious childhood illness, who has been rushed in after developing a fever at home. His mother describes her son's struggle with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. Other patients include an aspiring pilot who has come off his motorbike during a track race and a man who has partially amputated his thumb.
At Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre, 87-year-old Joan is brought in after falling on a moving tram and cutting open the back of her head. Elsewhere, 19-year-old Rose faces life-changing injuries after being thrown into the air by a car, and 13-year-old Prince has broken his leg in three places playing football.
Staff at Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham are concerned that an 80-year-old man who fell out of bed and hurt his head may have incurred brain injuries. Other patients include a 22-year-old professional carer who has been brought into A&E after collapsing at work and a man who trapped his finger in a container. Plus, nurse Jess talks about her stammer.
At Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham, one of the busiest A&E departments in Europe, 77-year-old Keith is treated for a cardiac arrest and Joanna has a spinal fracture after falling from her horse. In the Urgent Treatment Unit, 79-year-old John is being patched up after being run over by a car at his local market.
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