Next Episode of 24 Hours in A&E is
Cameras film around the clock in some of Britain's busiest A&E departments.
This series is at a new hospital: St George's in south-west London. The trauma team fight to save the life of a young woman after a motorbike accident.
The specialist neurosurgical team at St George's treat a 19-year-old who sustained multiple spinal injuries in a motocross crash. Meanwhile, two other men are treated for cycling injuries.
Tree surgeon Paul is rushed into Resus by ambulance after falling 25 feet from a tree. And Anthony - recently diagnosed with Parkinson's and prostate cancer - has fallen down some stairs.
When 70-year-old John dislocates his shoulder while out running, the St George's staff put him on ketamine for the pain, and the side effects keep his wife entertained.
Sixty-year-old Iain is rushed to St George's after falling 10 feet off a ladder. And 13-year-old Lucy has lost the feeling in her feet and hands after falling off a trampoline.
The St George's A&E team treat two trauma patients who arrive by helicopter on the hospital's new helipad. And 82-year-old ladies' man Rusty has been hit by a car and has a broken ankle.
This episode focuses on the important links we have to our immediate family and the qualities that we inherit from our parents. Seven-year-old Freddie has fallen several metres from a tree.
Retired builder Roger has fallen four metres from his daughter's roof. And Tad, who's 29, has come to St George's with a dangerously high heart rate, which could possibly lead to a stroke.
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