I've reacted to a lot of episodes of Grey's Anatomy on this channel, and am often compared to Dr. Derek Sheppard (because we both have dark hair, or something), so it only makes sense that now I react to his final episode as a regular character on Grey's Anatomy, Season 11 Episode 21, How To Save A Life. This one was packed with medical information that was fun to break down, but also quite emotional. Today we talk about trauma injuries from car accidents, dislocated bones and hips, stomach lacerations, the need for CT scans, punctured lungs, checking your pulse, being on call, appropriate behavior during surgery, and end of life care.
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22. 01. 2022