Surgeon Breaks Down 22 Medical Scenes From Film & TV | WIRED

Surgeon Breaks Down 22 Medical Scenes From Film & TV | WIRED

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  1. "…he probably could check a couple people, but it's a stretch." Frank Abagnale Jr. was able to pull it off for 11 months in Georgia, didn't get caught either he quit. It wasn't that much of a stretch haha but maybe she means in today's setting.

  2. For the scene with Rambo if I am remembering correctly he had to cauterize the wound otherwise he would’ve got an infection due to the fact that he was crawling through a sewer during the escape plan when he got shot

  3. It's crazy to think Frank really did impersonate a doctor for a decent amount of time. His story is an amazing one. I haven't watched Catch Me If You Can, but I have heard him tell his story and it's worth the listen!

  4. She's absolutely awesome. Funny, smart and pretty. She speaks in a way we can understand. I'm glad to see her again!

  5. Ahhhhh thank you so much for including X-ray and the c arms and stuff in this! I’m a radiographer, I man those things haha. Also I’ve only ever seen sponge sticks used to spread the iodine over the area prior to sugary and never for anything else

  6. I want this women to critic every waking moment in my life for a week straight and then sit on my face suffocating me slowly

  7. I actually grabbed a tick with tweezers and pulled it off of my husband's back. So definitely wrong. You also have to watch out for signs that you left the mouth on the skin afterwards. Just in case the tick had Lyme disease.

  8. She’s just a hater those doctors on tv r real and she’s just mad that she can’t do what they do. 💀💀💀

  9. Tiny thing—the women in the Code Black scene are both doctors, if memory serves… Are they wearing the wrong scrubs? Or is it just that this kind of intake would usually be handled by a nurse?

  10. I'd like to have an evening with her and watch all the movies/TV-series etc. It would be a bombastic night 🙂

  11. Congrats on graduating residency and moving onward to fellowship! My sister is a physician as well so I know the blood sweat and tears it took.

  12. the sad thing is that tv shows and movies HAVE medical consultants who tell them in detail what happens during whatever procedure, but for dramatic effect, it seems like they just ignore those professional opinions and just go ahead with these ridiculous scenarios. I cannot tell you how many times patients and family members freak and point out an air bubble in an IV line and act like it’s going to kill the patient because they saw it on a tv show or movie.

  13. I wonder how awkward it must be for all the dudes who replied to my comment on the last surgery breakdown video, getting independent confirmation that Dr. Onishi actually does know her stuff…

  14. Omg im starting to love this channel more and more. Its such a great way to acknowledge every peoples unique profession and at the same time spread that enlighting information for the greater good 🙂

  15. Any fellow Brits watching this instantly knew what she was talking about when she mentioned ketamine 😂😂😂

  16. They were trying to do tick paralysis, but yea this is typical House making almost-right depiction of some rare diseases. It could cause respiratory repression, but I don't think heart rate is affected like such

  17. This girl is insanely cute AND she's a doctor. Wow… I've just totally fallen in love with Dr. Onishi. Her boyfriend/husband is a very lucky man.

  18. God I have the biggest crush on Annie! Congrats to her on graduating residency! Hope to see more of her in the future.

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