27 May 2016  | 
     
24 Hours in A&E Episode Guide

Rating
7.4
 
Season 1 Episode 1
Filmed over 28 days, this documentary provides access to one of Britain's busiest A&E departments, at King's College Hospital in London. The series begins with the stories of a 33-year-old Greek student in a critical condition after being run over by a bus, 78-year-old Tom Gibbs, who fell from a ladder while painting his daughter's landing, and a cyclist with a severe head injury

 
Season 1 Episode 2
The department treats a 31-year-old biker who was involved in a head-on collision, and a teenager left with injuries to his hand after punching through a window. Plus, Resus team members struggle to revive two elderly patients, and discuss what they would want done for them in a similar situation

 
Season 1 Episode 4
The A&E staff of King's College Hospital in London face a busy shift dealing with alcohol-related injuries, from Saturday-night drunks to cases such as 39-year-old Sean, who tripped over a clothes-horse and broke his neck, and 56-year-old David, a long-term alcoholic who injured his head in a fall in the street

 
Season 1 Episode 5
The staff of King's College Hospital in London face a busy day dealing with brain injuries, including 65-year-old cabbie Charlie Brown, whom doctors worry has suffered a haemorrhage in a car accident, and 89-year-old Peggy Pierce, who has been rushed in following a suspected stroke. In the waiting room, a woman is comforted by her ex-boyfriend while she awaits treatment for a cut finger

 
Season 1 Episode 6
Patients dealt with at King's College Hospital, London include a man who was stabbed in his own home and has injuries to his lung, arm and liver, and an elderly woman injured in a fall. A former international lawyer who lost his wife, family and home to alcoholism decides to make a change after being treated with care and compassion

 
Season 1 Episode 8
A 77-year-old former motorbike racer arrives with a potentially deadly swelling of the main artery that could burst at any moment. His only option is major surgery, which could be dangerous at his age. A woman whose boyfriend was killed in a cycling accident a year previously is also injured while on her bike, and a medical technician and a mobile caterer talk about their roles in aiding people to recovery

 
Season 1 Episode 9
The medical team faces a range of sport and drink-related injuries on a busy Saturday, including two women hurt when the bar they were dancing on collapsed, and a bricklayer badly cut in an attempted mugging. The night's most dramatic case occurs when a father and son are brought in with life-threatening injuries after being attacked by gatecrashers at a family birthday party, one of whom was armed with a samurai sword

 
Season 1 Episode 10
The A&E staff of King's College Hospital in London treat patients involved in accidents, including a construction worker who broke his leg in three places and suffered injuries to his chest after being trapped under a cherry picker. Plus, a man who fell from a ladder and landed on his head, and a widower who had a nasty encounter with a mandoline while chopping vegetables

 
Season 1 Episode 11
A retired dockworker who suffers from diabetes is brought in with severe stomach pain. The doctors believe part of his gut may have permanently stopped working, creating a life-threatening situation where dangerous surgery is the only option. Other patients include a man who has twisted his knee dancing in a club, and a cyclist brought in unconscious after falling off his bike

 
Season 1 Episode 12
A man is brought in with stomach pains and a suspected abdominal aortic aneurysm. His son receives a huge blow when he is told his father only has a 50 per cent chance of surviving the operation he urgently needs. A 33-year-old is treated after swallowing a cocktail of drugs in a suicide attempt, and staff fight to save a teenager who was stabbed in a street fight and has lost a life-threatening amount of blood

 
Season 1 Episode 14
A man with schizophrenia is admitted for the 19th time in a year after failing to take his diabetes medication. Meanwhile, a former betting-shop manager and a 16-year-old both suffer suspected strokes - the 61-year-old, once known as the `memory man', is now coming to terms with his diminishing mental capabilities, while the teenager's identical twin and mother wait by his bedside for the results of a brain scan

 
Season 2 Episode 1
The latest batch of patients to be treated in the A&E department of London's King's College Hospital includes two with serious head injuries, one of whom, a Brighton female cyclist, has been airlifted to the building. Also brought in by helicopter is a father-of-four who fell from scaffolding as he repaired a roof, while other cases include former docker Bill, who has hurt his knee while drinking at his local working men's club

 
Season 2 Episode 2
The stories of children and teenagers brought into A&E. A 16-year-old has suspected spinal injuries after being thrown from her horse and crushed against a fence, and consultant Jacqui Butler treats a four-year-old with a fish bone stuck in his tonsils from his lunchtime curry. Plus, a pregnant woman experiences intense pain following a sudden haemorrhage

 
Season 2 Episode 3
A woman is brought in with suspected brain damage after falling down a flight of stairs, and the daughter of a man being treated for chest pains witnesses the treatment of the young victims of a series of stabbings. Meanwhile, a couple who have barely spent a day apart in 65 years face the possibility of having little time left together

 
Season 2 Episode 4
A builder falls at work and dislocates his shoulder in such an unusual way it takes a five-strong team to pull it into place. A man in his sixties who had one leg amputated in 2009 comes in with the other dangerously swollen following a holiday in Goa, and an 83-year-old has to be persuaded by senior sister AnnMarie to accept treatment for a cyst on his knee

 
Season 2 Episode 5
A 19-year-old is flown in with a possible penile fracture resulting from a canal barge accident, and while his parents make jokes to try to lighten the atmosphere, the injury could have serious repercussions for his future. A man with an injured finger following a night of clubbing contemplates his upcoming gender reassignment therapy, which will include taking hormones, while an 80-year-old with terminal cancer arrives after collapsing at her home

 
Season 2 Episode 6
A 21-year-old woman on her first trip to London from Northern Ireland appears to be experiencing kidney failure, and medics fear she could be at risk of a cardiac arrest. A man in a critical condition after falling 20ft from a balcony is brought in by helicopter, and a 34-year-old who fell off her platform shoes while dancing is treated for a deep gash on her forehead

 
Season 2 Episode 7
A 93-year-old man is brought in with life-threatening injuries after being knocked down by a hit-and-run driver just outside the hospital. He goes into cardiac arrest, and a consultant must keep his heart going manually in a bid to save his life. Meanwhile, an 83-year-old's finger is mangled by a machine at his metal-working business, and a 51-year-old man with learning difficulties is treated after collapsing, prompting his elderly mother to wonder how he will eventually cope after her death

 
Season 2 Episode 8
Consultant Emer Sutherland helps treat an eight-year-old who has fallen 8ft onto concrete while riding his BMX, losing his front teeth and possibly injuring his head and spine. A 19-year-old motorcyclist who hit a bollard requires urgent treatment on his leg, which may otherwise need to be amputated, and X-rays of a stabbing victim yield startling results

 
Season 2 Episode 9
A woman with a weak immune system owing to the radiotherapy she underwent for breast cancer is bitten by her cat, a minor injury that could cause her serious problems. A 71-year-old with terminal cancer is brought in with breathing difficulties and a decision must be made about whether to resuscitate her if her condition worsens. Meanwhile, a 12-year-old translates for his Brazilian grandmother and a five-year-old has her head wound stitched

 
Season 2 Episode 10
New staff nurse Sophie attends to 22-year-old chef James, who accidentally stabbed himself in the leg while chopping tomatoes. During an eventful shift, she also uses chest compressions to keep alive another patient and helps 54-year-old Bernard, who was out cold for 10 minutes after falling and banging his head against a car. However, when his family arrives, it turns out he had been drinking

 
Season 2 Episode 12
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

 
Season 2 Episode 13
A nine-year-old girl is rushed into resus with memory problems after slumping over her desk at school. Consultant Liz has difficulty making a diagnosis, suspecting the pupil may have a viral infection that causes a swelling of the brain. A woman with a history of anxiety attacks requires a scan after being brought in suffering from numbness down her left side, and an 11-year-old boy is treated for a broken leg after being knocked down by a car

 
Season 2 Episode 14
A busy night shift sees a series of men admitted with various problems. Father-of-six Stacey is experiencing breathing difficulties, but his demanding attitude appears to mask a vulnerability. Twenty-year-old Sam is brought in after being attacked outside a nightclub and has possible injuries to the neck and spine. He is nervous because his father died at the hospital and, with a broken nose, is worried he may have lost his looks. Henry has an electrician's exam the following morning but has been hiccuping for three days. Registrar Faheem is determined to diagnose the problem and get him well in time

 
Season 3 Episode 1
New series. Return of the documentary following life inside one of Britain's busiest A&E departments at King's College Hospital in south London. A doctor is shocked when a young woman arrives in resus with life-threatening swelling on her brain following a random attack by a stranger on the streets, while a mother faces an agonising wait as tests are carried out on her 12-year-old son, who was hit by a car and airlifted to King's by emergency medics. A 90-year-old former circus performer is also in A&E after collapsing at home, and news of his colourful past quickly circulates among the staff

 
Season 3 Episode 2
Eighty-year-old Rose has fluid on her lungs and is having trouble breathing. Her daughters Christine, Sandra and Debbie put on brave faces around her bedside, convincing her that everything will be all right, but in the relatives' room there's high emotion as they contemplate life without their mother. Also in resus at King's College Hospital is Kevin, a 55-year-old trucker who has sustained injuries in a road accident

 
Season 3 Episode 3
A 39-year-old man is flown to King's College Hospital after being involved in a head-on collision while driving a friend's sports car, and doctors fear his injuries could leave him paralysed. Meanwhile, 21-year-old Thomassine requires treatment following a skateboarding accident and the staff see to Matias, 34, who has been dragged along a station platform by a moving train

 
Season 3 Episode 4
The staff at King's College Hospital treat patients on Valentine's Day, including a 53-year-old psychologist who has injured his shoulder in a motorcycle accident. His partner is abroad and he doesn't want to worry her, so he decides to keep the incident a secret. Also in the A&E department are a man with a bleed on the brain and an elderly widower who has been bitten by his dog

 
Season 3 Episode 5
Doctors assess the injuries of 47-year-old Chrissie, who was hit by a motorcycle as she crossed the road, but her husband Tim is caught in the traffic jam her accident has caused, leaving him struggling to get to the hospital. John is in resus in a confused state following a suspected stroke, and Benedict, who is 22, has come into King's because of his drinking problem

 
Season 3 Episode 6
Eight-year-old Abby has had an accident at a diving pool and needs to have her head and neck scanned for serious injuries. Worried mum Nikki puts on a brave face while doctors perform tests, but dad Scott is stuck hundreds of miles away in Scotland. Meanwhile, Anne and Holton - part of a security team dealing with more than 50 incidents a month - encounter a variety of challenging patients on the night shift at King's College Hospital in London

 
Season 3 Episode 7
Patients arriving at King's College Hospital in London include 26-year-old Nicholas, whose jaw has been dislocated in an unprovoked attack, and Tyrell, 17, who needs to have a blackened toenail removed following a football injury. Meanwhile, Ho has brought his grandmother Amoui to the ward after finding her collapsed in her flat

 
Season 3 Episode 8
Single father Gary, 47, is put in a medically induced coma at King's College Hospital to reduce the risk of brain damage following a serious motorcycle accident, and 69-year-old Steve confronts his fear of needles when a nurse has to remove a fishbone stuck in his finger. Meanwhile, 58-year-old lung cancer patient Terry is in A&E with his carer Sandy, a year after being given two weeks to live

 
Season 3 Episode 9
Scaffolder Thomas arrives at King's College Hospital after suffering a head injury at a building site and doctors are concerned he may have fractured his skull, back or neck. Hilton, 85, has diabetes and is worried about his swollen legs, and retired architect Edgar is struggling to breathe following an asthma attack. Meanwhile, in the waiting room, two women make friends and swap stories and jokes

 
Season 3 Episode 10
The staff of King's College Hospital reflect on the different ways in which people deal with physical and emotional pain as they treat a new batch of patients. Ahmed, 28, dislocated his shoulder during a game of American football and grits his teeth as a doctor slots it back into place. Meanwhile, 24-year-old Lee is living with Behcet's disease, a condition that affects his nervous system and causes pain so severe he passes out, and father-of-four Simon, 30, has been found unconscious at the bottom of a stairwell and it emerges he hasn't eaten for days following a relationship break-up

 
Season 3 Episode 11
War veteran Douglas, 94, is brought into King's College Hospital with breathing difficulties by his youngest daughter and full-time carer Sylvie, while 97-year-old Hector's airway is at risk of collapsing and his blood pressure is dangerously high. The programme also meets 69-year-old Steve, who had to give up his job as a plumber four years ago following a road accident. He's on the ward seeking treatment for a fractured shoulder after falling off a chair

 
Season 3 Episode 12
Senior nurse Scott deals with a very busy shift in resus, where every bed is occupied and patients continue to arrive, including 56-year-old Pauline, who has hit her head in an accident at home. Aerial fitter David, 62, has life-threatening injuries after falling 30ft from a roof, while opera critic John is in minors with a bad ankle, and 78-year-old former window cleaner Alfred talks about coming to terms with his wife's death

 
Season 3 Episode 13
Sarah, 35, arrives at King's College Hospital concerned that a brain tumour she first had as a teenager has returned. Helen, 47, is worried about her baby son James, who was born with a hole in his heart and one kidney, and has been vomiting since the morning, while 28-year-old Wayne seeks treatment for knife wounds to his leg after he tried to stop someone stealing his girlfriend's phone

 
Season 3 Episode 14
Tree surgeon Kevin, 57, arrives at King's College Hospital in London with breathing difficulties, having fallen off a ladder onto a metal bar, while 11-year-old Archie has cut his lip in an accident at school and is worried about stitches. Elsewhere, a drink-related fall has left 53-year-old John with a head injury, and barman Ross, 31, needs treatment for a fractured eye socket following an alcohol-fuelled night out

 
Season 3 Episode 15
Staff nurse Graeme is attacked by a prisoner who has been brought to King's College Hospital for treatment and the team has to restrain the patient before giving him the care he needs. Father-of-two Tony, 59, is rushed in by helicopter medics following a head-on traffic collision, 85-year-old Eric arrives with ongoing stomach problems and 79-year-old Jim, who is experiencing breathing difficulties, quickly strikes up a rapport with the female staff and muses on what it means to be a gentleman

 
Season 3 Episode 16
Motorcyclist Richard, 23, is rushed into A&E by helicopter after crashing into a parked car and newly promoted consultant Fleur sends him off for scans, with his dad Ian racing to the hospital to check on his son's condition. Bar worker Bobby, 22, stood barefoot on a broken wine bottle and his best friend Sophie provides moral support and distracts him while junior doctor Ed stitches his wound. Meanwhile, 75-year-old Sarah has fallen and fractured her wrist, but deals with the pain stoically in the company of her daughter Lorraine and son Kieron

 
Season 3 Episode 17
A young man who has had a severe reaction to a recreational drug is wheeled into Resus by paramedics, and senior sister Jen and the medical team face a challenge to calm their patient down so they can treat him. A 65-year-old woman is brought in by her best friends after hitting her head when she fell off a chair while playing bingo, and a 31-year-old man with multiple sclerosis is rushed in after developing a fever at home

 
Season 3 Episode 18
Schizophrenic Graham, 75, is brought to King's College Hospital after being stabbed in the neck by a stranger on his doorstep, and needs a CT scan to reveal the extent of his wound. Former nursery nurse Pat, 89, also arrives on the ward, having been found at the bottom of the stairs at home with no recollection of how she got there, while palliative care nurse Tracey treats 72-year-old retired postman Michael, who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer

 
Season 3 Episode 19
On a busy Saturday night at King's College Hospital, staff have to juggle the needs of elderly patients and sick children alongside those who are drunk or violent. Paramedics bring 12-year-old Grace into resus after she falls down a flight of stairs, while Sarah and Andy are concerned for their 10-month-old son Dexter, who has a high temperature and is unresponsive. Elsewhere, clinical site manager Gordon has a series of tests as a result of senior sister Jen noticing his bloodshot eye

 
Season 3 Episode 20
The staff of King's College Hospital treat patients involved in traffic accidents. Jade from Kent is brought in after being hit by a car and knocked under a bus on her way to school, and doctors are concerned the 12-year-old may have fractured her skull. Meanwhile, Geraldine, 60, has been injured while trying to cross the road, and after recently being released from prison 40-year-old Brian is in minors with a broken ankle, but the swelling means his electronic curfew tag will have to be removed

 
Season 3 Episode 21
Medics at King's College Hospital treat 79-year-old Arthur, who has been brought into resus with acute stomach discomfort and has several underlying conditions that could be to blame. Meanwhile, 20-year-old wine merchant Tom is rushed into A&E after collapsing with sharp chest pains and breathing difficulties, and retired soldier Rockey is concerned about his blurred vision

 
Season 4 Episode 1
New series. Return of the documentary following life inside one of Britain's busiest A&E departments at King's College Hospital in south London. The staff treat patients involved in serious road accidents, including 48-year-old retired soldier Steve, who was found unconscious at the wheel, 11-year-old schoolgirl Scarlett, who has been knocked down by a car, and Pauline, 70, who was hit by a vehicle that mounted the pavement, seriously injuring her lower legs

 
Season 4 Episode 2
Young parents Nicole and Stefian arrive in resus with their 19-month-old daughter Xah'Nae, who is unresponsive and has a high fever, and doctors fear she may have a life-threatening infection. Meanwhile, the team suspects 61-year-old Christine has suffered a second stroke in 10 years, and 52-year-old Graham, who has Down's syndrome, is brought into A&E by his sisters following an accident

 
Season 4 Episode 3
Bill, 92, arrives at King's with breathing difficulties and a swollen leg and test results suggest there may be something seriously wrong, while 25-year-old Sarah is finding it hard to stand up and has been brought in by her mum and grandfather. She has learning difficulties as a result of an inherited genetic disorder and doctors are concerned she may have suffered a stroke

 
Season 4 Episode 4
Peggy, 85, arrives at the hospital by ambulance, having injured her knee at home. It's the second time she has fallen in two months and medics want to find out if there's a more serious underlying cause. Meanwhile, the team keeps a close eye on 75-year-old Bob, who has had a suspected heart attack, and Ben, 25, isn't overly concerned by his swollen finger, until a doctor diagnoses cellulitis

 
Season 4 Episode 5
Schoolboy Eddie, 12, is brought into A&E having been hit by a car on his way home from school, and doctors are concerned he may have suffered a bleed on the brain, as well as damage to his kidneys. Meanwhile, 64-year-old Linda, who breathes with the help of a tracheostomy, arrives at King's after experiencing respiratory failure at home, and student Amy, 20, has been coughing up blood

 
Season 4 Episode 6
Doctors are concerned that 38-year-old Stacie may be paralysed following an accident at a friend's all-night party, while 19-year-old veterinary student Ashleigh is rushed into A&E after being involved in a high-speed head-on car crash. Elsewhere, Peter, 78, arrives at King's with abdominal pains, and as he receives treatment, he paints a picture of his eventful life

 
Season 5 Episode 1
Documentary following life inside one of Britain's busiest A&E departments at King's College Hospital in south London. It's Red Nose Day, but there's little to laugh about for 33-year-old Dilson, who is rushed in with knife wounds to his head and neck after being attacked outside a nightclub. Meanwhile, 79-year-old Doreen has broken her wrist in a fall at home, and parents Keeley and Michael are concerned by the fact their toddler Cydney hasn't urinated for two days

 
Season 5 Episode 2
Fifty-year-old mechanical engineer Graham is rushed into King's College Hospital in south London with a suspected heart attack, and after his brother reminisces about their carefree youth, the doctor suggests Graham's problems may be related to his more recent stressful lifestyle. Meanwhile, 71-year-old Pat is found unconscious by her husband, and 65-year-old Mick is discovered lying in the street with blood coming out of his ear. In both cases, the medics suspect brain haemorrhages, so scans are required

 
Season 5 Episode 3
Doctors run tests on 89-year-old Alyce, who has been brought to King's by ambulance after falling near her home, and 23-year-old groom-to-be Sean is examined following an epileptic seizure lasting most of the night. Meanwhile, John, 57, has suffered bouts of delirium as a result of liver disease and may have developed hepatitis C after experimenting with drugs 40 years ago. John is learning to live with the consequences of his actions and trying to spend as much time as he can with his son Sean, who has a terminal brain disorder

 
Season 5 Episode 4
Arriving at King's College Hospital this week is 56-year-old Malcolm, who is put on life support after a cardiac arrest. Nightclub host Phil, 36, receives treatment for chronic pain in his back and side, and realises his party lifestyle is taking its toll, while medics discover 61-year-old Bob has suffered a stroke. Doctors also see to Kamilla, 12, who has been knocked down by a car on a pedestrian crossing

 
Season 5 Episode 5
Tensions run high at King's College Hospital when police suspect a patient is concealing a weapon, while 58-year-old mother-of-four Hillary arrives in resus with a severe head injury after falling from her horse. Icylyn's bloated abdomen baffles the medical team and she has to wait overnight for a diagnosis, and 14-year-old Chloe receives treatment following her involvement in a fight

 
Season 5 Episode 6
Sister Jen is on duty in resus looking after 48-year-old Bobby, who has been suffering from seizures at home. Bobby has spent most of his adult life in prison for a number of violent crimes including murder. Meanwhile, 70-year-old Ronald had to cut short his 46th wedding anniversary celebrations after experiencing breathing difficulties, and Rienelle, seven, receives treatment after falling from the top of a climbing frame at school

 
Season 5 Episode 7
Registrar Ling is concerned about 23-year-old David, who has been brought to King's College Hospital after having seizures for 30 minutes and isn't responding to drugs. Ling weighs up the benefits of putting him into an induced coma to stop the attacks. Meanwhile, 49-year-old Suzette is brought in following an accident involving a cyclist, and Selin is accompanied by her best friend Maria to receive treatment for a cut

 
Season 5 Episode 8
The team treats 78-year-old Kevin, who suffered a cardiac arrest at the gym and fortunately received life-saving treatment at the scene from an instructor trained to use a portable defibrillator. Meanwhile, 23-year-old paramedic Declan is sent for an emergency CT scan, and Monica, 83, is experiencing numbness in her leg following a fall at home, and her initial X-ray appears to indicate she has a broken neck

 
Season 6 Episode 1
Documentary following life inside one of Britain's busiest A&E departments at King's College Hospital in south London. Four-year-old Alfie is rushed in with a broken thighbone after falling off his bike, the medical team suspects 19-year-old rugby player Chris has suffered neck and spinal injuries, while James, 42, arrives with chest pains and breathing difficulties

 
Season 6 Episode 2
The documentary follows the work of the stroke team at south London's King's College Hospital. Laura's family faces a big decision when the 72-year-old grandmother is found to have a blood clot on her brain, while father-of-three Nic, the over-40s National BMX Champion, collapses in reception after suffering an accident while training for a stunt. The medics also treat 83-year-old Marjorie, who is complaining of a pain behind her eye following a recent bout of shingles

 
Season 6 Episode 3
Brian, 74, is brought into King's by ambulance after falling backwards down a flight of stairs and being knocked unconscious at his partner's house. Sylvester arrives in paediatric A&E with his two-year-old son, who has cut his forehead on a visit to church, while 70-year-old builder Leonard has lost sensation down his left side and the medics are worried he may have suffered a stroke

 
Season 6 Episode 4
Ellen, 86, has been brought in by ambulance after her daughters found her collapsed at home. Her body temperature has dropped dangerously low and she's also lost five pints of blood. Meanwhile, appendicitis is suspected when 75-year-old Martin is rushed in with severe abdominal pain, and neurologists perform tests to determine whether 70-year-old mother-of-10 Lula has suffered a stroke

 
Season 6 Episode 5
Linden, 15, is brought to A&E having badly cut his leg while back-flipping off a shed roof onto a trampoline. As well as calling an ambulance, his friends filmed the accident on their mobile phones and happily show the clip to the staff at King's. Junior doctor Sammy looks after 88-year-old Panayiota, who has been referred to hospital with breathing difficulties. Originally from Cyprus, the patient speaks very little English and Sammy has to contact a translator to help with the diagnosis and treatment. Meanwhile, 55-year-old lorry driver Antony has lost all feeling in his left leg, and an ultrasound scan reveals he needs emergency surgery on a blocked artery to save his limb

 
Season 6 Episode 6
It's a busy Mother's Day at south London's King's College Hospital as 23-year-old builder Jamie is rushed in by paramedics having fallen from the roof of a three-storey building, landing on a brick wall. The team performs an emergency ultrasound to determine whether he has suffered internal injuries or fractured his ribs and spine, and spot a punctured lung that needs to be reinflated. Four-month-old Weston has been brought to paediatric A&E after suffering from diarrhoea and vomiting for more than 24 hours, while doctors suspect David, 74, has had a stroke. Junior doctor Matt looks after 80-year-old Daphne, who has dislocated her replacement hip

 
Season 6 Episode 7
Max, 16, is brought to King's College Hospital by air ambulance after falling 14ft onto his face at a skate park, and the results of the CT scan show a life-threatening bleed on his brain, meaning the next 12 hours are critical, as well as being an agonising wait for his parents. Meanwhile, 13-year-old Hector has injured his hip playing football and needs an X-ray to confirm whether his leg is broken

 
Season 7 Episode 1
New series. The documentary moves to St George's Hospital in south-west London, following life inside one of the world's busiest and most advanced A&E departments. The trauma team fights to save the life of a young woman involved in a motorbike accident, who has completely severed her right leg below the knee. An 11-year-old boy is brought in after suffering a prolonged epileptic seizure, and a 19-year-old arrives with a sewing needle stuck in her foot, but she seems more keen on taking advice from her mum in Bulgaria than from the doctor

 
Season 7 Episode 2
This edition focuses on the treatment of sport enthusiasts who have had accidents on two wheels. Billy, 19, has been thrown 20ft from his motocross bike during a race, suffering multiple spinal injuries. Teacher Dave, 53, has facial injuries after riding his new bicycle into the back of a stationary car in Richmond Park, while 30-year-old adrenaline junkie and former Royal Marine Richard has badly dislocated his thumb after falling off a bike

 
Season 7 Episode 3
Tree surgeon Paul, 38, is rushed into resus after falling 25ft. He is experiencing shooting pains in his back and pins and needles in his feet, leading to concerns he may have injured his spine. Meanwhile, 66-year-old Anthony, who has recently been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and prostate cancer, has taken a tumble down a flight of stairs at home. He's very frail and a scan reveals he has broken some ribs, puncturing a lung

 
Season 7 Episode 4
Former boxer Paul, 22, has been stabbed in the face and arm with a broken bottle outside a nightclub in Kingston. As the team works to stop the bleeding and treat the patient's wounds, his girlfriend Naveena reflects on his sensitive side. Angela, 93, is brought to A&E by her daughter Elizabeth after suffering from blood loss and disorientation at her care home, while 70-year-old John arrives with his wife Francesca after falling while out running and dislocating his shoulder. To get John's pain under control quickly the medics give him ketamine, and the hallucinogenic side effects keep everyone entertained

 
Season 7 Episode 5
The team at St George's treats patients who have injured themselves through work or play. Iain, 60, is rushed in by ambulance after falling 10ft off a ladder on to his head while fixing an air-conditioning unit. He has a deep laceration above his right eye and doctors can't guarantee he won't lose some of his sight. Student teacher Lloyd is helped into A&E by his friend Mollie after injuring his foot on an inflatable obstacle course on their last day at university. Lucy has had a trampolining accident in her family's garden and medics fear the 13-year-old may have suffered a neck injury

 
Season 7 Episode 6
The team treats two trauma patients arriving by helicopter on the hospital's new helipad. Eric, 75, collapsed shortly after falling from a ladder while pruning trees in his garden. He is stabilised and put in an induced coma while a CT scan is used to determine any internal injuries. IT consultant Mihhail, 29, is admitted after crashing his motorbike at high speed and again a CT scan is employed to look for hidden wounds. He's later transferred to the Intensive Care Unit while specialists decide how to repair the damage to his liver and stop his internal bleeding. Meanwhile, 22-year-old performing arts student Maria complains of chest pains and 82-year-old Rusty is treated for a broken ankle sustained in a road accident

 
Season 7 Episode 7
Freddie, seven, is brought in after falling several metres from a tree in his garden. He's been in and out of consciousness and doctors are concerned he could have head or spinal injuries. Martin, 66, collapsed at home and spent the night on the floor, and he's now experiencing poor eyesight and dizziness. The stroke team diagnoses a blood clot, but because of the amount of time that has passed since the incident, clot-busting drugs will have little effect. Elsewhere, eight-year-old Jayden has come to St George's with swollen eyes, the result of severe hay fever

 
Season 7 Episode 8
Retired builder Roger has fallen 13ft from his daughter's roof and the trauma team is concerned he may have badly injured his head, back and neck. Folk musician Tad, 29, has come to A&E after developing a dangerously high heart rate, and doctors must use an electric shock to try to get it back to normal. Meanwhile, 69-year-old Richard is brought in after being found unwell at home by his son, and there are fears he has developed a serious infection

 
Season 8 Episode 1
New series. Return of the documentary following life inside the A&E department of St George's Hospital in south-west London. Will, 13, arrives by helicopter after a serious collision with someone during a game of baseball, while in the paediatric area, teenage parents Connor and Saffron have arrived with their six-month-old daughter Amira, concerned about the irregular heartbeat their GP spotted. Pizza delivery rider Chris, 20, is brought in to resus following a motorbike accident

 
Season 8 Episode 2
Documentary following life inside the A&E department of St George's in south-west London. A 45-year-old woman is brought in after collapsing at home with chest pains. Tests reveal she has suffered a heart attack, so she undergoes an emergency procedure to unblock an artery. A 53-year-old psychiatrist is rushed in following a seizure. Doctors suspect Philip might have suffered a stroke, but when it is revealed he was diagnosed with lung cancer several months earlier, registrar Chris believes it could be related. Finally, doctors treat a 25-year-old woman suffering severe headaches brought on by the build-up of excess spinal fluid

 
Season 8 Episode 3
Staff at St George's Hospital tackle one of their most dramatic emergencies when 60-year-old rail worker Alan is airlifted to the helipad after being hit by a high-speed train. A CT scan reveals he has suffered multiple fractures and loss of blood flow to his right arm. Without circulation he will lose the limb, so the medical team tries everything to save it, including complicated surgery. Meanwhile, 95-year-old Betty is brought in after experiencing breathing difficulties at home, and retired engineer James, 63, has a nasty cut to his head and weakness in his arms following a tumble down the stairs

 
Season 8 Episode 4
Eleven-month-old Isabel is rushed to St George's after suffering a fit and losing consciousness, while 22-year-old Felix is brought to A&E with a self-inflicted stab wound to his stomach. Retired engineer Bill, 68, fell 15ft from a ladder while cutting a leylandii hedge. He arrives by air ambulance with breathing difficulties and suspected multiple fractures

 
Season 8 Episode 5
Peter, 85, has been brought - unwillingly - to A&E by his stepson Brian. He cut his finger on some wire two weeks earlier and his hand is swollen and won't stop bleeding. Emma, 23, is rushed to St George's after crashing her car on the way to her father's house, while doctors also see to 86-year-old Harry, who fell down a flight of stairs a day earlier but didn't seek treatment. Ciaran, 27, injured his ankle the previous night while out with friends and was given a temporary cast. Emergency nurse practitioner Helen needs to get him X-rayed and replastered, but he faces a return visit for an operation

 
Season 8 Episode 6
Tree surgeon David, 27, is airlifted to St George's after falling 40ft to the ground, hitting several branches on his way down and landing head-first onto concrete. Having been knocked unconscious for 10 minutes, the medical team must urgently assess him for internal injuries. Anne, 74, arrives with a sharp pain in her chest, 51-year-old taxi driver Mark receives treatment for a cut on his finger caused by broken glass, and 92-year-old Betty is brought in by ambulance after her carers found her with slurred speech and a shaking hand

 
Season 8 Episode 7
Bob, 51, is airlifted to St George's after falling 20ft from a ladder while repairing his roof. With debris in his wound, doctors are concerned he could develop a life-threatening infection. Retired pharmacologist Anthony, 68, receives help for a chronic gas problem, while 83-year-old Gladys collapsed on the stairs at home and has a dangerously low heart rate

 
Season 8 Episode 8
Keen rugby player Robert has a dangerously high heart rate and may need to have a pacemaker fitted - a scary thought for the nine-year-old's father. Mark, 32, has fallen 30ft from scaffolding while doing some DIY, and there's concern he may have damaged his spine. Christine, 74, arrives in A&E after an accident in her garden, and she's suffered nasty injuries to her face

 
Season 8 Episode 9
Becky, 59, is rushed in after a suspected stroke, and medics are concerned she may have had a bleed on the brain. Georgia, 19, locked herself out of her flat and lost her balance trying to climb through a second-floor window, falling 20ft on to concrete. She's sent for an urgent CT scan with possible spinal injuries. Meanwhile, 88-year-old Edith is kept under observation after collapsing at home

 
Season 8 Episode 10
Nikki, 50, and her mum Angela, 68, have been involved in a serious car crash. While Nikki, who was driving, is sent for a CT scan with suspected internal injuries, Angela is treated for head wounds and a dislocated elbow. Ellen, 53, arrives with a painfully swollen elbow after falling over in a supermarket, and seven-year-old Jack is rushed to A&E with an open fracture on his arm and a blow to his head after an accident at a wedding

 
Season 8 Episode 11
Zaki, 63, recently underwent a tonsillectomy following a diagnosis of throat cancer, but he has come to A&E after suffering a serious bleed. Doctors try to save 10-month-old baby Amy, who stopped breathing at home, while 21-year-old expectant father Craig appears to have had a miraculous escape after a motocross accident, but has he learnt his lesson?

 
Season 8 Episode 12
Betting shop owner Les, 40, is rushed to St George's after losing control of his car on a country road on his way to work. Cambelle, a 21-year-old plumber, has an infected cyst that may require surgery, while 67-year-old retired doctor Patrick is brought to A&E following a horse-riding accident in which he was dragged 130ft and not found for more than two hours

 
Season 8 Episode 13
Cora, 62, arrives by air ambulance following a high-speed road accident, which left her trapped in the car for more than an hour. Her husband Rae, 65, who was driving, is brought in soon after, and staff are concerned he may have sustained serious head, neck and internal injuries. Scott, 23, has badly cut his knee after a night out, and while he's being treated, he reflects on his schizophrenia diagnosis as a teenager. Retired carpenter Richard, 68, has fallen and hit his head on the pavement, but medics also want to look into his unusually low blood pressure

 
Season 9 Episode 1
Documentary following life inside the A&E department of St George's Hospital in south-west London. Ashley, 28, is brought in after a car pulled out into his motorbike and doctors are concerned he could have back, pelvis and internal injuries and send him for a CT scan, while 77-year-old ambulance driver Jim arrives after collapsing at the wheel of his vehicle and driving into a lamppost. Staff also treat 14-year-old Fabian, who fell 20ft from a tree and hasn't moved since and is suffering from back and neck pain

 
Season 9 Episode 2
Pub landlord Tony is brought in with burnt legs as a result of his barbecue gas cylinder exploding - made slightly worse by the fact he was only wearing boxer shorts at the time. Henry, a 93-year-old war veteran, is rushed in with severe breathing difficulties, and builder Bill was knocked unconscious after falling off his shed. His CT scan reveals he has broken his neck in three places, and he may need surgery to avoid damage to his spinal cord

 
Season 9 Episode 3
A 68-year-old professional actor visits St George's Hospital after injuring his shoulder while rushing to catch a train, and a check-up indicates he may need corrective surgery to set things right, but further assessment suggests he might be living with a much more serious condition. An octogenarian couple are rushed in to A&E after being knocked over by a motorcyclist while crossing the road, and the police maintain an active presence as paramedics bring in a man who has collapsed after a suspected drug overdose. Plus, an 88-year-old woman with a swollen leg discusses her ill-fated marriage to a much younger man nearly four decades ago

 
Season 9 Episode 4
The A&E documentary series turns its attention to care and kindness at St George's Hospital in south-west London, highlighting altruistic acts from staff, patients and visitors alike. A 13-year-old cyclist experiencing bouts of unconciousness is sent for a CT scan, and 84-year-old Ursula, who was born in Germany, arrives in resus having lost a lot of blood during a series of severe nose-bleeds. Plus, 76-year-old Margaret is brought in to St George's after suffering a suspected stroke during a routine appointment at another hospital, and the doctors must quickly administer a clot-busting drug if they are to prevent further damage to her brain

 
Season 9 Episode 5
The documentary detailing the daily work of staff at St George's Hospital in south-west London continues, this time highlighting the stories of patients who received support from loved ones when life became tough. Gerald, a 66-year-old trained lifeguard and polo club official is rushed into A&E, having sustained a serious head wound after a 10-foot fall. The friends and family of 55-year-old Beverly gather at the hospital when she is admitted with a broken leg after being hit by a car near her home, and Paul, a 39-year-old father-of-three, arrives in resus with a nasty cut to his right arm. Paul complains that he is unable to move his fingers, leading staff to believe be may have significant tendon or nerve damage that could leave him permanently unable to use his hand

 
Season 9 Episode 6
The emergency room documentary continues, highlighting the stories of people facing adversity head-on. Erin, a 61-year-old former cancer patient with an ear infection, is rushed to St George's Hospital after she collapsed at home. Doctors fear the condition may have spread to her brain, and send her for a CT scan to find out more. Tony, a 70-year-old part-time DJ, arrives in A&E after being involved in a high-speed bicycle accident while training for a 100-mile charity bike ride, and Charlie, a 39-year-old cabin crew worker, turns up at the hospital complaining of unbearable pain after discharging himself during a previous visit, and removing the cast fitted to support his broken arm

 
Season 9 Episode 7
Junior doctor Simon is concerned 40-year-old doorman Alfred, who was stabbed multiple times outside the social club where he works, may have internal injuries. Eighteen-year-old student George is brought into resus with blood coming from his ear and behaving erratically, following a fight at a party, and is sent for an urgent scan when consultant Phil becomes worried he may have a life-threatening bleed on his brain

 
Season 9 Episode 8
The medics treat 60-year-old diabetic Tony, who has an infected leg wound and must be assessed to ensure it doesn't spread, and three-year-old Billy, who has swollen eyes after accidentally squirting detergent in them. Also treated is 80-year-old Ida, who has pain in her knee, and doctors are concerned when an x-ray reveals a shadow on her bone, which requires further tests to rule out cancer

 
Season 10 Episode 1
Documentary following life inside the A&E department at St George's in south west London, where the patients treated include John, 89, who has acute abdominal pain. The medics think it could be an abdominal aortic aneurysm, which can prove fatal, and test results mean emergency surgery is required. Meanwhile, 68-year-old Mick and his wife Linda have been involved in a head-on car crash, with Mick suffering multiple injuries that could be life-changing, and 10-year-old Niall is brought to A&E after falling out of a tree during a family picnic and breaking his arm

 
Season 10 Episode 2
Nineteen-year-old motorcyclist Sam is airlifted to St George's after crashing into a bus and being thrown under a car. He is placed in an induced coma and CT scans reveal Sam has bruising to his lungs, a ruptured kidney, a broken thigh bone and a fractured spine. The priority of the medics is is to stop his internal bleeding, while Sam's parents are rushed to the hospital by police. Meanwhile, seven-year-old Raheem arrives in A&E with his dad Dennis after cutting his wrist while playing at home, and 59-year-old Therese turns up with a painful lump on her finger

 
Season 10 Episode 3
Surgeons must plan their next move carefully when Daisy, a 22-month-old girl, arrives at St George's Hospital by air ambulance after being kicked in the head by a horse at her family's stables. Meanwhile, 54-year-old Mike, who has a form of medication-resistant epilepsy, arrives in minors with a bandage around his jaw after falling face-first onto the pavement. Plus, 100-year-old Florence and her daughter Frances, who was diagnosed with dementia three years earlier, arrive at the hospital when the former suffers what appears to be a stroke

 
Season 10 Episode 4
Ninety-one-year-old Cyril is airlifted to hospital after a car crash which required him to be cut from his car. Meanwhile, the medical team treat 57-year-old Caroline, who arrives at St Georges with chest pains, plus five-year-old Roman has a pencil stuck in his ear

 
Season 10 Episode 5
Cameras follow Lawrence, 26, who is rushed to St George's after being hit by a car while crossing the road on a night out in Eastbourne. Meanwhile, 53-year-old Katrina is brought to A&E after having difficulty breathing and experiencing chest pains that could indicate a heart attack

 
Season 10 Episode 6
Cameras follow a 10-year-old who has severed his finger at school and a stonemason who has dropped a slab of marble on his hand. Meanwhile, a 74-year-old partially sighted woman is brought in by her neighbour after breaking her ankle in a fall, and draws the medical staff into stories of her challenging childhood

 
Season 10 Episode 7
Mechanic Grant, 34, is rushed in after being crushed against a brick wall by his own car, which he was working on at the time. Doctors are concerned he has a serious pelvic injury and other internal wounds and work quickly to establish how severe they are. Meanwhile, 44-year-old Doug, who has a rare growth on his head and face which is prone to profuse bleeding, arrives in A&E, and 23-year-old cage fighter Charlie is treated in minor injuries for something in his eye

 
Season 10 Episode 8
A five-year-old is rushed into St George's struggling to breathe, and her mum reveals how she has spent months in Great Ormond Street Hospital after being diagnosed with a rare form of juvenile arthritis. Meanwhile, an 83-year-old man in a confused state arrives in A&E after falling over, and as doctors carry out tests and a CT scan, his wife helps them understand the reason behind his confusion. Plus, a twelve-year-old girl must be brave as she undergoes treatment for a nasty cut on her leg

 
Season 10 Episode 9
Twenty-two-year-old motorcyclist Adam is brought into A&E after crashing into a car and being thrown 30 metres. He has possibly injured his neck and spine, and doctors are concerned that he may be at risk of losing his foot due to his severe leg injuries. Meanwhile, a 78-year-old former nurse arrives in St George's after becoming dizzy at her sewing class, and doctors worry she has had a stroke. Plus, 18-year-old Rosa is treated after falling off her bike on the way home from a night out with friends

 
Season 10 Episode 10
In an edition of the documentary focusing on fathers and sons, 51-year-old builder Rod is rushed into A&E after falling 18 feet from scaffolding onto concrete. When scans reveal that he has fractured some of his vertebrae and will require extensive surgery, his wife Nicky is left to call their two sons to prepare them for bad news. Meanwhile, 86-year-old retired policeman John is brought to St Georges with a head injury after falling off a wall. As doctors assess the severity of the damage, he talks about how his career took over his life, so much so that he missed the birth of his son. Plus, 19-year-old cyclist Mack requires specialist help for a dislocated shoulder, after he collided with a Porsche. His dad explains how adopting him and his brother changed all of their lives

 
Season 10 Episode 11
Eighty-four-year-old Paula is referred to St Georges for urgent treatment, after a routine blood test detected that she has a dangerously high level of potassium in her blood. Meanwhile, 74-year-old Derek is brought into A&E after suffering a suspected stroke. As he goes for emergency surgery, his devoted wife Mary is determined to help him recover. Plus, 31-year-old fireman Glenn arrives with a suspected abscess in his throat; he is joined by his twin brother Dean and the pair are inseparable

 
Season 10 Episode 12
Three-year-old Louie is airlifted to St George's after being run over by a car while playing outside, with doctors expressing concern about his neck, which seems to be stuck in one position. Elsewhere, 14-year-old Josh is treated after injuring his ankle when riding a BMX with his father on the front. Meanwhile, 41-year-old Sam arrives in resus with a cut to her head and possible spinal and internal injuries after losing control of her car and crashing into a tree

 
Season 10 Episode 13
A 79-year-old woman is brought in with signs of a stroke, and neurologist Dr Mahinda opts for a treatment that only has a slim chance of success. A 77-year-old man with diabetes has an infection in his toes, and doctors consider amputating his foot to stop it spreading. A woman's false eyelashes leave her with abrasions to her eyes

 
Season 10 Episode 14
Fifty-two-year-old retired firefighter John is airlifted to A&E after being accidentally hit in the face by a golf club, which hit him so hard that it snapped. With a suspected critical head injury, he is sent for a CT scan, and doctors are concerned that his right eye is not reacting as it should and he is weak down the right-hand side of his body. Meanwhile, 77-year-old Joan arrives in St Georges after falling down the stairs at home and hurting her leg. As she waits to be treated, she talks about growing up in Camberwell

 
Season 10 Episode 15
After falling over during the night at home and being rushed into A&E, 85-year-old Maura faces potentially life-changing injuries. CT scans reveal broken bones in her spine, and her son and daughter-in-law must decide when to share the gravity of the situation with Maura and her granddaughter Meg. Meanwhile, 37-year-old doctor Jim arrives at St Georges after a collision with a van while he was cycling to work. Despite putting on a brave face, scans reveal his injuries are more serious than first thought. Plus, a chef is treated after cutting her thumb while chopping peppers at home

 
Season 10 Episode 16
Eighty-one-year-old cyclist Bill is brought to St George's from Surrey after being hit by a car. He was not wearing a helmet, and doctors are concerned he may have sustained a serious head injury. Meanwhile, 93-year-old Amy arrives in A&E with her friend after a clothes airer fell on top of her while she was hanging out the washing. Plus, an emergency nurse practitioner looks after 78-year-old Samuel, who landed on his face after falling over some boxes

 
Season 10 Episode 17
Fifty-nine-year-old Charulata is rushed to A&E after collapsing at home with signs of a stroke. She has a history of strokes, diabetes, and is awaiting a heart bypass, so doctors send her for a CT scan to find out what has happened. Twenty-eight-year-old carpenter Luke - who has epilepsy - arrives after cutting his finger at work. Although his girlfriend Stacy says it looks like a paper cut, he is worried it may trigger a seizure. Meanwhile, 75-year-old Anne comes to St George's after falling and hurting her arm on holiday

 
Season 10 Episode 18
Doctors carry out tests on 77-year-old Martin, who was rushed to St Georges after collapsing at home and suffered two further seizures in A&E. As he waits to find out what is causing him problems, his wife Margaret talks about their life together. Meanwhile, 83-year-old widower Harry arrives with shortness of breath, chest pains and dizziness after collapsing while shopping. Paediatric nurse Kelly, who loves working with children, treats six-year-old Lilly, who has cut her head after falling off her scooter

 
Season 10 Episode 19
Ten-year-old Ashleigh is rushed to St George's by ambulance after twisting her leg while playing football. X-rays reveal that her femur is broken and she will need surgery. Meanwhile, three-year-old Lola visits A&E with her dad after having a seizure, and 91-year-old Betty arrives with severe chest pain. Doctors carry out a blood test in order to find out whether she is having a heart attack and will require life-saving surgery

 
Season 10 Episode 20
Thirty-seven-year-old Robert arrives at St Georges Hospital, London after colliding with a car on his motorbike. Scans show he has a bleed on the brain, a broken jaw, and two missing teeth, and he faces potentially life-changing injuries and extensive surgery. Meanwhile, 54-year-old Mary collapsed in the street on the way to work and hit her head. Doctors need to establish whether it is simple fainting, or whether something more sinister is to blame, with tests revealing she will need a pacemaker fitted. Plus, 27-year-old Jessica comes to A&E with a wound that will not heal, after having a lumpectomy to remove breast cancer tissue two months ago

 
Season 10 Episode 21
Five-year-old Isa is rushed to A&E after being hit by a car and trapped underneath it, and doctors suspect the impact may have caused serious internal damage, as well as significant head injuries. Meanwhile, 26-year-old Tom is treated after slicing through his leg with a circular saw, with medics fearing the blade has cut so deeply into the muscle tissue that it could starve his leg of blood. Plus, 85-year-old retired actor Donald comes to the hospital with pain in his bladder, and consultant Faheem is concerned there may be an infection

 
Season 10 Episode 22
Seventy-five-year-old Gerry is rushed to A&E with a dangerously high heart rate of over 250bpm, and doctors suspect an underlying chest infection is the cause. Meanwhile, 92-year-old Margaret arrives at St Georges after falling over and hitting her head, and six-year-old Daniel is treated for an infected blister on his foot

 
Season 10 Episode 23
Thirteen-year-old Tom is rushed to St Georges after crashing his bike head first into a parked car while racing a friend. Doctors order a CT scan to assess his injuries and must decide whether he will need emergency surgery to his face. Plus, 26-year-old Andy comes to A&E after injuring his knee during a game of Frisbee, and 51-year-old Jason arrives after suffering from blurred vision for two days

 
Season 10 Episode 24
A 43-year-old cyclist is brought to A&E after crashing face first into a car, with injuries are so severe that he was put into an induced coma at the scene. Meanwhile, 68-year-old Pat awaits the results of an X-ray after injuring her leg on holiday, and 89-year-old Adrian complains of chest pain

 
Season 11 Episode 1
The return of the documentary following life inside the A&E department of St George's Hospital in south-west London. Barrie, 78, is rushed in with breathing difficulties and tests reveal he has fluid on his lungs and faces serious medical treatment, while 75-year-old David is treated after falling down a flight of stairs, and 82-year-old Bob is admitted after a DIY accident at home

 
Season 11 Episode 2
Train driver Andy, 48, is rushed in after falling 12ft from a tree while cutting branches and landing on his feet, badly fracturing both ankles, and doctors are concerned the impact may have caused life-changing damage to critical nerves and blood vessels in his feet and legs. Angela, 59, has come to St George's as her heart has been beating at over 150bpm for eight hours, risking stroke and other complications. Cardiologist Dr Arun's attempts to bring down her pulse using a powerful drug aren't successful, so he decides to electrically shock her heart to reset it

 
Season 11 Episode 3
Janine, 44, is rushed to St George's after being kicked by a horse at her stables in Surrey, with a CT scan revealing a major fracture to her pelvis, while 80-year-old retired dairy farmer Val is brought to resus after suffering an uncontrollable nose bleed for three hours. Meanwhile, 18-year-old scaffolder George arrives in A&E after his motorbike collided with a car and he was catapulted into the windscreen, and doctors are concerned that a lack of movement in his foot that could indicate nerve damage

 

 

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