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Operation Ouch! is a British children's educational television programme about the human body, it shows what happens in A&E, what doctors sometimes have problems with and great experiments. The first series of Operation Ouch! aired on CBBC in October 2012.
The doctors reveal the amazing army of germ-fighters that make up your immune system, and they find out just how difficult it is to clean a baby's incubator in Operation Takeover. Dr Xand meets Alex who has Autism, and we catch up with Ouch Patients Holly and Haiden in. Meanwhile, in Accident and Emergency, one patient has cut her nose and another has injured his toe.
The doctors find out why we burp and even manage a world first when they film Dr Xand burping from the inside. They also get behind the wheel to discover what it takes to be a good ambulance driver in Operation Takeover. Dr Xand joins the radiology department to find out how they see inside our bodies and Dr Chris is answering medical questions on the wards in Ouch and About On Call. Meanwhile in Accident and Emergency one patient has cut her hand doing arts and crafts, and we meet a familiar face with a dislocated jaw.
The doctors reveal the job your pancreas does to keep your blood sugar levels in check, and they find out what it's like to be the hospital postman in Operation Takeover. Dr Xand investigates how scientists make Bioglass to help doctors mend damaged bones, and we catch up with all four of our patients for one last time. Meanwhile in Accident and Emergency one patient arrives by air ambulance after falling on a spiky fence, and another has come off her bike and cut her chin.
The doctors reveal the amazing strength of your jaw, and they see if they can take the heat when they try their hands at being hospital ward chefs in Operation Takeover. Dr Xand joins the ear, nose and throat department to see how they fix their patients, and Dr Chris hits the wards answering questions for one last time in Ouch and About On Call. Meanwhile, in Accident and Emergency, one patient is treated for an injury to her neck, and another has cut his foot on a tin lid.
Dr. Chris van Tulleken(Chris van Tulleken)
Dr. Xand van Tulleken(Xand van Tulleken)
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