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Season 4 / Episode 11 and airs on 07 December 2016 20:00
GPs: Behind Closed Doors is a reality series which follows life inside a busy South-west London doctors surgery.
One of only a few sufferers of Chromosome 3p Deletion, baby Franke has a still-more-rare variant of the genetic disorder.
Observational documentary series. Michael is concerned about his ongoing erectile dysfunction, 8-year-old Logan's mum is worried about potential side effects from his epilepsy treatment, and Jacqueline's high blood pressure needs to be brought under control before she can have a colonoscopy.
Observational documentary series. The patients at Farnham Road Surgery this week are suffering with chronic pain. Joseph who needs painkillers for a bad back but must avoid opiates becuase of his past as a former heroin user. Sean takes warfarin for blood clots, but too much can lead to internal bleeding. Ricky needs knee surgery but is afraid of going under the knife, and Leslie has ended up with bird fancier's lung.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. A patient enters reception with all the signs of suffering a stroke. Other cases include a man suffering trauma after almost losing a leg at work, and three patients with worrying stomach pains.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. Dr Ward treats a victim of a savage attack by a gang. Other patients include a lady with an infected bee sting on her eye, a young man with chronic chest pains, a woman with a history of blood clots and a gout sufferer who has eaten his fill of cherries.
Observational documentary series filmed inside the consulting rooms of a busy NHS general practice in Slough. Patients include a recently released offender with nowhere to go, a man with a virus usually associated with children, and a young woman with a rare form of arthritis.
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