Next Episode of 24 Hours in A&E is
Cameras film around the clock in some of Britain's busiest A&E departments.
Mark has collapsed on the tennis court. Harry has hurt his head playing football. Newly qualified consultant Dr Mehrad talks about the pressures and satisfaction of his job.
An on-call stroke doctor has a busy shift in the resus department, and shares his personal experiences of working on the front line during the first week of the pandemic. When a 19-year-old is treated for injuries sustained in a motorbike crash, his mother reflects on leaving her children in Colombia in search of a better life for them abroad. Other patients include a builder with an ankle injury sustained playing basketball, and a 72-year-old with a suspected stroke.
A 76-year-old man sustains a head injury after falling down some stairs, and his daughter reflects on how his caring for her mother through her dementia has left him exhausted. A five-year-old girl is brought into the paediatric department with a large splinter lodged in her bottom, and a patient has a lump on her shoulder that has developed since having a fall five weeks ago.
A nurse shares her story of finding a career she loves, and doctors suspect a 93-year-old man with a low heart rate, dizziness and confusion may need a new pacemaker fitting. A construction worker whose finger has been crushed discusses the importance of male role models in his life, and a haemophiliac reflects on living with his condition.
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