Next Episode of 24 Hours in A&E is
Cameras film around the clock in some of Britain's busiest A&E departments.
The team fight to save a 'Code Red'. Theodore Chatziapostolou was dragged under a bus while crossing the road, and folded in two, with his 'nose touching his toes'.
More from behind the scenes in A&E at King's College Hospital. Motorcyclist Brendan has had a head-on collision with a car; and teenager Alex has badly injured his hand punching a window.
Eleven-year-old Kofi is rushed into Resus critically injured after being hit by a van, while a senior consultant is tested to the limit when three trauma patients arrive.
Accident and Emergency at King's College is filled with injured Saturday night drunks. On an average weekend over half the cases at A&E are alcohol-related.
The series filmed in one of Britain's busiest A&E departments reveals what can happen when something goes wrong with the brain, most commonly as a result of a stroke
Patients on the nightshift include a stabbing victim, an 86-year-old woman who's spent her life alone, and a former international lawyer who's lost his wife, family and home to alcoholism.
The medical team at King's College Hospital face a 12-hour night shift trying to treat young men with stab wounds, as their friends gather in the A&E waiting room and tension mounts.
The medical team, patients and their families face the meaning of life and death. One of the patients is 77-year-old John, who faces a dangerous operation for a potentially deadly aneurism.
The medical team faces a range of sport- and drink-related injuries on a busy Saturday. And when a family party goes horribly wrong, a father and son sustain life-threatening injuries.
This edition focuses on accidents, featuring one man who fell through a window while trying to clean it and another who had a nasty accident while cutting vegetables.
Doctors Firaz and André operate on 78-year-old Reginald, who needs surgery on a life-threatening gut condition. Other patients include Richard, who twisted his knee moon-walking in a club.
A&E fills up with patients, including 88-year-old Omar, who faces a dangerous stomach operation. The episode also meets the support staff who share the traumas and pressures of A&E.
The A&E staff talk about cases where they find it difficult to control their emotions; and German doctor Roman discusses the cultural differences between practising in Germany and the UK.
The final episode of the series reveals how the A&E team at King's College Hospital deal with a population that is becoming more and more psychologically fragile.
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