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24 Hours in A&E

  • 2012
  • Season 2
  • 14 episodes
  • Documentary and factual
  • Science and technology

Summary

Two cyclists are treated for serious head injuries, a 16-year-old is airlifted in with suspected spinal injuries, and a woman is brought in with suspected brain damage.

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Episode 12: 24 Hours in A&E

Summary

Consultant Jacqui must act fast when severely underweight baby Jaziah is rushed into resus with breathing difficulties. In paediatric A&E, it is hoped that 18-month-old Charlie's urine test results will explain why he has been feeling unwell for five days, while 81-year-old Ronald prepares for a CT scan after suffering a suspected stroke that is affecting his speech

Review

Could a five-year-old who’s suffered agonising burns hear anything more reassuring than “Daddy’s here”? You’ll need a heart of stone not to be affected as Damian, whose hands were badly burnt putting out the flames, sweetly and lovingly talks to his daughter Daisy while the medics work on her.

Then, in a poignant demonstration of how the parent/child roles eventually reverse, Dane brings in his 74-year-old dad, Maurice, who’s tripped over in the snow. Maurice is hard of hearing, so conversations with him are unintentionally hilarious, but what’s clear is that Dane is just as caring and protective towards his dad as Damian is towards his young child.

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  • Summary

    Consultant Jacqui must act fast when severely underweight baby Jaziah is rushed into resus with breathing difficulties. In paediatric A&E, it is hoped that 18-month-old Charlie's urine test results will explain why he has been feeling unwell for five days, while 81-year-old Ronald prepares for a CT scan after suffering a suspected stroke that is affecting his speech

    Review

    Could a five-year-old who’s suffered agonising burns hear anything more reassuring than “Daddy’s here”? You’ll need a heart of stone not to be affected as Damian, whose hands were badly burnt putting out the flames, sweetly and lovingly talks to his daughter Daisy while the medics work on her.

    Then, in a poignant demonstration of how the parent/child roles eventually reverse, Dane brings in his 74-year-old dad, Maurice, who’s tripped over in the snow. Maurice is hard of hearing, so conversations with him are unintentionally hilarious, but what’s clear is that Dane is just as caring and protective towards his dad as Damian is towards his young child.

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    Details

    Released on
    2012-07-25
    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    UnknownKirsty Cunningham
    UnknownTom McDonald
    UnknownNick Curwin
  • Summary

    Consultant Jacqui must act fast when severely underweight baby Jaziah is rushed into resus with breathing difficulties. In paediatric A&E, it is hoped that 18-month-old Charlie's urine test results will explain why he has been feeling unwell for five days, while 81-year-old Ronald prepares for a CT scan after suffering a suspected stroke that is affecting his speech

    Review

    Could a five-year-old who’s suffered agonising burns hear anything more reassuring than “Daddy’s here”? You’ll need a heart of stone not to be affected as Damian, whose hands were badly burnt putting out the flames, sweetly and lovingly talks to his daughter Daisy while the medics work on her.

    Then, in a poignant demonstration of how the parent/child roles eventually reverse, Dane brings in his 74-year-old dad, Maurice, who’s tripped over in the snow. Maurice is hard of hearing, so conversations with him are unintentionally hilarious, but what’s clear is that Dane is just as caring and protective towards his dad as Damian is towards his young child.

    How to watch

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    Details

    Released on
    2012-07-25
    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    UnknownKirsty Cunningham
    UnknownTom McDonald
    UnknownNick Curwin
  • Summary

    Consultant Jacqui must act fast when severely underweight baby Jaziah is rushed into resus with breathing difficulties. In paediatric A&E, it is hoped that 18-month-old Charlie's urine test results will explain why he has been feeling unwell for five days, while 81-year-old Ronald prepares for a CT scan after suffering a suspected stroke that is affecting his speech

    Review

    Could a five-year-old who’s suffered agonising burns hear anything more reassuring than “Daddy’s here”? You’ll need a heart of stone not to be affected as Damian, whose hands were badly burnt putting out the flames, sweetly and lovingly talks to his daughter Daisy while the medics work on her.

    Then, in a poignant demonstration of how the parent/child roles eventually reverse, Dane brings in his 74-year-old dad, Maurice, who’s tripped over in the snow. Maurice is hard of hearing, so conversations with him are unintentionally hilarious, but what’s clear is that Dane is just as caring and protective towards his dad as Damian is towards his young child.

    How to watch

    Next showing

    There are no live broadcasts scheduled for this show. But it is available via the streaming providers below.

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    Details

    Released on
    2012-07-25
    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Crew

    rolename
    UnknownKirsty Cunningham
    UnknownTom McDonald
    UnknownNick Curwin
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