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#113 : Une partie d'un tout

Le Dr. Halstead et Sharon Goodwin discutent avec le mari d’une patiente décédée qui souhaite récupérer les ovules de sa femme, mais une découverte va surprendre tout le monde. Le Dr. Charles est appelé par le Dr Choi pour aider un patient qui tente de couper son bras parce qu'il a l’impression qu’il n’en fait pas partie. L’infirmière Sexton se lie d'amitié avec le père d'un enfant qui a été amené à l'hôpital après avoir avalé des aimants - une situation qui inquiète le Dr Rhodes et le Dr Manning car il pourrait y avoir des complications.
Pendant ce temps, Sarah Reese apprend enfin l'endroit où elle fera son internat, mais change d’avis à la dernière minute.  


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Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell) et Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell) et Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson)

Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Ethan Choi (Brian Tee) et Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Ethan Choi (Brian Tee) et Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett) et Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett) et Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo) et son copain

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo) et son copain

Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson) et Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson) et Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Les médecins au bâpteme de Noah

Les médecins au bâpteme de Noah

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

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Scénario :  Diane Frolov, Andrew Schneider & Jeff Drayer  

Réalisation Michael Waxman

Guest Starring : Marina Squerciati (sergent Burgess), Jesse Lee Soffer (détective Halstead), Annie Potts (Helen Manning)


Sarah Reese: Thank you. Stop trying to calm me down. You're not good at it.

Joey Thomas: I'm just saying, there's no reason to be nervous.

Sarah Reese: Joey, it's Match Day. They're gonna hand me a piece of paper telling me where I'm doing my residency.

Joey Thomas: I understand.

Sarah Reese: It's literally the turning point in my life, both the world's assessment of my past and a map of my future. It's my whole life.

Joey Thomas: That's an awfully dramatic way to put it.

Sarah Reese: That's because you're not good at calming me down.

Joey Thomas: Pathology at Chicago Med is your top choice. Everyone here thinks very highly of you. You're at the top of your class. Plus you are extremely attractive.

Sarah Reese: Joey.

Joey Thomas: Reese. It's going to be pathology. You'll be down in the basement with me.

Sarah Reese: I'm still not calm.


Helen Manning: Well, I-I really don't mean to nag, but I think it's important.

Natalie Manning: I understand.

Helen Manning: I know it's what Jeffrey would have wanted.

Natalie Manning: I'll think about it, okay? Bye, sweetie. I'll see you later… All right.

Locker room

Natalie Manning: Hey. How are you doing?

Will Halstead: Fine.

Natalie Manning: Really?

Will Halstead: Jennifer Baker. The drug trial I got her on, I found out they're giving her a placebo.

Natalie Manning: Oh, Will, I'm sorry.

Will Halstead: They're treating her cancer with sugar water. How are you doing?

Natalie Manning: Well, my mother-in-law is driving me crazy.

Will Halstead: Cloth diapers again?

Natalie Manning: No. She wants me to get Owen christened.

Will Halstead: So? She's Catholic. It's what we do. So was Jeff.

Natalie Manning: Lapsed Catholic. And he hated parochial school. Always told me horror stories about all the nuns.


Will Halstead: Eh, we all tell those stories. Doesn't mean a thing. Hey, take it from a formal altar boy. Baptism's a piece of cake. A lot easier than a briss.

Natalie Manning: But I'm not religious. Wouldn't it be hypocritical?

Will Halstead: Eh, think of it like a vaccination. Do it and get it over with… Hey, this is my world. I'll make a few calls, hook you up. We'll do this together.

Maggie Lockwood: Incoming.


Paramedic: Lisa Patrick, early 30's. Penetrating head wound from falling ice off the Citadel Center. Tubed in the field. BP's 90 over 50, GCS 3. That's her husband.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Rhodes, you're going to Baghdad.

Mr. Patrick: We were just walking down the street. It fell out of nowhere.

Connor Rhodes: Tell radiology we're sending them a head CT.

April Sexton: Got it. Set her up on tele and get a pulse ox.


Connor Rhodes: Easy. Set on my count. One, two, three.

Mr. Patrick: Oh, God, is she gonna be okay?

Connor Rhodes: Maggie...

Maggie Lockwood: Sir, I'm gonna need you to step to the side. They're gonna do everything they can.

Natalie Manning: Gonna need an O2 sat.

Will Halstead: She's completely unresponsive.

Connor Rhodes: Pupils are fixed and dilated.

April Sexton: Her head is crushed.

Natalie Manning: The ice is penetrating through the side and the back of her skull.

Will Halstead: Yeah, looks like the ice clipped the carotid. It's up against the wound, but if we move it, she'll start to pump.

Natalie Manning: And the ice is melting, we've got a minute, two minutes tops, and then she'll bleed out.

Connor Rhodes: All right, we got to clamp off the carotid now.

Will Halstead: Well, without a scan, we don't know what we're dealing with.

Connor Rhodes: Agreed, but we don't have time.

Will Halstead: No, you're right. Let's do it.

Connor Rhodes: All right, chest and plastics tray. We're gonna explore the neck to get control of the artery.

Will Halstead: All right, I'll get suction.

Natalie Manning: She's bleeding faster.

Connor Rhodes: All right, turn her. But gently. If that ice moves, she's gonna gush like a hose… Knife.

Nurse: Here, doctor.

Connor Rhodes: Okay, here we go… There's too much blood. I can't see the carotid. Feel like your surgical residency again?

Will Halstead: Not in a good way. Bleeding's picking up.

Connor Rhodes: There it is. Damn it, I missed.

Natalie Manning: Ice is melting.

Will Halstead: Suction can't keep up with the bleeding.

Connor Rhodes: All right, gauze.

Nurse: 4 by 4.

Will Halstead: Wait, wait, wait, look.

Connor Rhodes: Yup, there. Clamp.

Nurse: Clamp.

Connor Rhodes: All right. Pull with the Richardson. I need a little more exposure.

Will Halstead: Uh-huh.

Connor Rhodes: One more… And there.

Natalie Manning: Got it. Bleeding's stopped.

Connor Rhodes: Let's cover it up and get her up to CT now… Nice work.

Natalie Manning: Crushed skull. Too much damage.

Will Halstead: She's never gonna wake up.


Daniel Charles: Page from Dr. Choi.

Maggie Lockwood: He's in Trauma 1.

Mr. Tacker: I want it off.

Paramedic: That guy's crazy.

Trauma 1

Mr. Tacker: I want it off! Please take it off.

Ethan Choi: Tell ortho hand we're coming up. Get a CBC, ABG, chem panel and type and cross him for four.

Nurse: Got it.

Ethan Choi: This is Mr. Tacker.

Kim Burgess: He was in a hardware store. Grabbed a hatchet, tried to hack his arm off.

Mr. Tacker: It's not me!

Ethan Choi: Medics gave him a milligram of Versed and four morphine in the ambo.

Daniel Charles: Mr. Tacker, I'm Dr. Charles. What's going on?

Mr. Tacker: Can you cut it off?

Daniel Charles: I'm not a surgeon, but I'd like to try and help you.

Mr. Tacker: The only way you can help me is if you cut off my arm!

Daniel Charles: How bad's the injury?

Ethan Choi: Cut through the radial artery, but I think we can save the arm.

Mr. Tacker: No, no, no, no, please don't...

Daniel Charles: Mr. Tacker, I promise you we'll talk about this later, but right now, our concern is your safety, so we got to get you up to surgery.

Mr. Tacker: No, no! Cut it off!

Daniel Charles: We'll talk later.

Mr. Tacker: I want it off!


Ethan Choi: Any idea what that's about?

Daniel Charles: Hmm. I definitely want to do a drug screen, but I think we might be dealing with something else.

Kim Burgess: Crazy. Poor guy.


Will Halstead: Mr. Patrick, I'm Dr. Halstead. I just saw your wife's scans. I'm afraid I have bad news. The damage is catastrophic.

Mr. Patrick: "Catastrophic"?

Will Halstead: Her heart is beating, but the ventilator is the only thing keeping her alive. I'm sorry, but her brain is injured beyond repair. Lisa is never going to wake up… I'm very sorry.

Mr. Patrick: No... No.

Will Halstead: Mr. Patrick, you take as long as you need. Before we take your wife off the ventilator, someone will be in to talk to you about organ donation. Again, I'm so sorry.


Will Halstead: Agnes, let's call Gift of Hope. But we'll give him some time to process this, okay?

Agnes: Uh-huh.

Will Halstead: Thank you.

Mr. Patrick: Dr. Halstead. About organ donation?

Will Halstead: You don't have to think about that right now.

Mr. Patrick: No. We've been trying to have a baby for months now. I read where you could still use someone's eggs when they're like this. To make a baby.

Will Halstead: I believe so, yes.

Mr. Patrick: That's what I want to do. I want a baby. Our baby.


Maggie Lockwood: Roger! Roge... Roger, I'm tired of waiting on these bedpans. This is not something people can do without. They better be. Or you're gonna be up here mopping the floor.

Sharon Goodwin: Hey, Maggie.

Maggie Lockwood: Uh-huh?

Sharon Goodwin: You know anything about the Maldives?

Maggie Lockwood: The what?

Sharon Goodwin: Chain of islands near India. Bert is retiring at the end of the school year, so now he's on this, uh, this big travel kick.

Maggie Lockwood: Ah. A week at the beach sounds pretty good to me.

Sharon Goodwin: No, no, he's talking months. Wants to experience it like a local.

Maggie Lockwood: And he thinks you're just gonna let him take off like that?

Sharon Goodwin: He wants me to retire with him.

Maggie Lockwood: What?

Will Halstead: Ms. Goodwin?

Sharon Goodwin: Yes.

Will Halstead: We lost a patient this morning, Lisa Patrick. Her husband wants to harvest her eggs. Do we have a protocol for that?

Sharon Goodwin: We do. Ms. Patrick will have to be on life support for two weeks for hormone stimulation therapy, followed by the retrieval itself. It's an expensive and complicated procedure.

Will Halstead: Well, he seems pretty committed. He says his wife really wanted to have a child.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, I imagine she meant she wanted a child she could mother and raise. This… This is a little different.

Maggie Lockwood: A lot different.

Sharon Goodwin: I'll call gynecology and get the process started.

Will Halstead: Thank you.

Sharon Goodwin: Mm-hmm.


Tate Jenkins: I didn't know what else to do. My ex-wife's in China. I, uh, couldn't get a hold of her, so I brought him here.

Natalie Manning: Hi, I'm Dr. Manning. Mr. Jenkins?

Tate Jenkins: Yes.

Natalie Manning: And you must be Eric. I heard you swallowed some magnets.

Tate Jenkins: From a game I got on my desk. Like these.

Eric: Sorry, I thought it was candy.

Tate Jenkins: I took my eyes off him for two seconds to get a juice box. Kid's got quicker moves than me.

April Sexton: Mr. Jenkins used to play for the Bears.

Natalie Manning: Oh, yeah, I think I remember. My husband was a big football fan. So how many magnets did Eric swallow?

Tate Jenkins: Two, maybe three. It's probably nothing, right? When I was a kid, I swallowed a quarter. Went right through me.

Natalie Manning: Have you had a tummy ache? Has he thrown anything up? How long ago did he swallow them?

Tate Jenkins: Couple hours. It's not serious, is it?

Natalie Manning: Well, before I say that, I'd like to take some pictures of Eric's belly, just to make sure that everything's moving through okay. Is that all right with you, if I take some pictures of your tummy?

Eric: Daddy?

Tate Jenkins: It's gonna be okay, son. Don't worry.

Eric: I want to go home.

Tate Jenkins: Do what you need to.

April Sexton: Hey, hey, Eric. Do you like to play with building blocks? Because I happen to have the biggest block collection in this whole hospital. Yeah? Okay. Stay right here. I think I have so many blocks, I'm gonna need a truck to bring them in.

Eric: Really?

April Sexton: Uh-huh.

Natalie Manning: I'll check back in a little bit.


April Sexton: Full abdominal series?

Natalie Manning: You got it.


Mr. Wirtz: Nurse? Nurse? Hey, nurse!

Sarah Reese: Are you talking to me?

Mr. Wirtz: Hello? Been here for two hours with snot pouring out my nose.

Sarah Reese: I'm sorry, but we need to see patients in order of urgency.

Mr. Wirtz: And I'm dying of a sinus infection. Maybe if you got off that iPad and did a little work, things would go faster.

Sarah Reese: Maybe you just need to wait your turn. And I'm not a nurse.

Ethan Choi: Handled like a true pathologist.

Sarah Reese: I know, I'm sorry.

Ethan Choi: My Match Day, I threw up six times and passed out, so I'd say you're doing fine.

Sarah Reese: You did not throw up and pass out.

Ethan Choi: Wanted to, though.

Sarah Reese: Was emergency medicine your first choice?

Ethan Choi: My only choice. All I ever wanted to do.

Sarah Reese: Even though it comes with a lifetime supply of angry snot guys?

Ethan Choi: Has it's downsides. Then again, how many jobs are there where you literally get to save lives? I'm sure you'll find pathology just as rewarding.

Sarah Reese: You are?

Ethan Choi: No. I don't get it at all.


Mr. Tacker: It's still there.

Daniel Charles: Yeah. I guess they were able to save it.

Mr. Tacker: Oh, God.

Daniel Charles: I'm sorry, it's, uh... It's important to us that you don't hurt yourself. Mr. Tacker... I'm a psychiatrist and I'd very much like to help you. But I need to understand why you tried to... To sever your arm.

Mr. Tacker: I told you. It's not mine. It's not part of me.

Daniel Charles: How long have you felt this way?

Mr. Tacker: Since I was a little boy. Four or five. I'd look at it and it just felt strange. Like it belonged to somebody else… It's like walking around with something dead on me.

Daniel Charles: Sounds terrible.

Mr. Tacker: I talked to a doctor a couple months ago, asked him if he could remove it… He threw me out of his office. Told me I was crazy. But I'm not crazy. I've been on the Internet. There are others like me… I've tried to cope. I just can't stand it anymore.

Daniel Charles: Mr. Tacker. If it's any comfort, I'm gonna do everything I can to help you.


Will Halstead: So I got ahold of Father Brady. He's a sweet old guy. Of course, he asked me when was the last time I went to confession. Anyway, he's pretty booked up, but he says if we commit today, he can baptize Owen next Sunday.

Natalie Manning: That soon?

Will Halstead: Yeah.

Dr. Patchefsky: Dr. Halstead? I need to see you.

Natalie Manning: Let me just think about it, okay?


Dr. Patchefsky: I just examined your patient for the egg harvest protocol, and I can't in good conscience go forward with it.

Will Halstead: Why?

Dr. Patchefsky: This woman didn't want to have children.

Will Halstead: Why would you say that?

Dr. Patchefsky: She was using birth control. Look.

Will Halstead: An IUD.

Dr. Patchefsky: Mm-hmm.


Mr. Patrick: It's not true.

Will Halstead: I can show you the ultrasound. The IUD is definitely there.

Mr. Patrick: Maybe it's something else? A growth?

Will Halstead: Mr. Patrick, your wife was on birth control.

Mr. Patrick: But it doesn't make sense. We were trying to start a family.

Will Halstead: I can understand how hard this must be for you.

Mr. Patrick: No! We were tracking her cycles, using ovulation kits. We had names picked out.

Will Halstead: I know how much you wanted a child. I'm sorry things didn't work out… And I'm sorry you can't ask her.


Woman: Excuse me, sir.

Tate Jenkins: Oh.

Woman: I'm sorry.

Tate Jenkins: Oh, man... I'm so sorry.

April Sexton: Oh, please, this is the least disgusting thing I've cleaned up all day.

Tate Jenkins: I, uh, wanted to thank you for the way you calmed Eric down. Since his mom and I split, he really doesn't get that sort of thing much.

April Sexton: Well, it was my pleasure.

Maggie Lockwood: He's falling for you.

April Sexton: No, he isn't.

Maggie Lockwood: I've seen that look a million times. His angel of mercy.


Ethan Choi: Dr. Charles. What's the word on Mr. Tacker?

Daniel Charles: No physical issues that would make him want to self-amputate. His labs are clean, he's not on drugs.

Ethan Choi: Psychotic.

Daniel Charles: He is, in fact, entirely rational.

Ethan Choi: Rational people do not try to cut off their arms.

Daniel Charles: I think he might be suffering from a very rare condition, something I never dealt with before. B.I.I.D. Body Integrity Identity Disorder. Bear with me now. These people believe that one of their limbs, a part of their body, is not their own. His sense of self does not extend to the fingers of his left arm. It stops at the elbow.

Ethan Choi: Sorry. Sounds a little out there to me.

Daniel Charles: I mean, who are any of us to say where we end, right? Or begin? I mean, physicists will tell you there's no physical self at all. Right? Just waves of energy. A mystic will say that we're all one big soup.

Ethan Choi: I'm not a physicist or a mystic. I'm a doc who's spent his career treating wounded soldiers who begged me, "Save my leg, save my arm." You don't think you should commit this guy?

Daniel Charles: At this point, my only option is to put him on a 72-hour suicide hold. And then I got to let him go home.

Ethan Choi: And then what? He'll try it again?

Daniel Charles: Unless I can find a way to treat him.


Natalie Manning: Will.

Will Halstead: Hey. What'd you decide? Should I call Father Brady?

Natalie Manning: No, it's, uh, it's something else… Jennifer Baker. I heard from a trial nurse.

Will Halstead: What?

Natalie Manning: She's going downhill. Fast… I'm sorry.

Will Halstead: I know it was coming. But still... If I'd just left her alone, she would've been spared all of this.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Manning. The little boy, Eric Jenkins, his x-rays are up. Better take a look.

Natalie Manning: Page Dr. Rhodes, please.

Maggie Lockwood: Will do.

Natalie Manning: I'll talk to you later.


April Sexton: And arms up.

Tate Jenkins: So they ever give you guys breaks?

April Sexton: Only as often as the state requires.

Tate Jenkins: Maybe after Eric gets the all-clear, we could go out for coffee sometime? I'll try not to spill it on you.

April Sexton: That's really sweet, but we're discouraged from going out with our patients or their families.

Tate Jenkins: I won't tell if you won't.

April Sexton: Um... Oh, gosh, I'm sorry, Eric. I... There is this thing called transference. Um, people develop feelings for their caregivers. It's not real.

Connor Rhodes: Hi, Mr. Jenkins, I'm Dr. Rhodes. Dr. Manning's asked me to consult.

Natalie Manning: Would you mind stepping out for a minute?

Tate Jenkins: Sure.

Natalie Manning: Thanks.

April Sexton: Eric, can you show me what you just made? What is that?


Natalie Manning: These are Eric's x-rays, and these two dots are the magnets. They're attracted to one another, and if they meet, they could pin separate parts of his digestive tract together and erode through the thin intestinal walls.

Connor Rhodes: Which could cause systemic infection, obstruction, bleeding. And any of those things could be life-threatening.

Tate Jenkins: All right, so... Okay, so, um, so what should we do?

Connor Rhodes: In my opinion, we should remove them surgically. Now.

Tate Jenkins: But isn't surgery kind of risky, too?

Connor Rhodes: Uh, yes, there is the possibility of adhesions, motility issues.

Tate Jenkins: What does that mean?

Natalie Manning: His digestive tract wouldn't work as well.

Connor Rhodes: The argument for surgery outweighs the possible risks. Every minute that we wait increases the chance of a bad outcome.

Tate Jenkins: I still can't reach my ex-wife. I should talk to her first.

Natalie Manning: Why don't you think about it? I'll monitor Eric closely, we'll get another set of x-rays, and then we'll check back in a little bit, okay?

Tate Jenkins: Thank you.

Natalie Manning: Yeah.

Connor Rhodes: Natalie. The kid needs surgery.

Natalie Manning: Surgery could leave him with a lifetime of complications. It's not an easy decision to make, and that dad has to make it all on his own. You have no idea how difficult that is.


Maggie Lockwood: Mr. Wirtz? Mr. Wirtz! His pressure just shot up over 190.

Sarah Reese: He's not breathing and his pupils are blown. Call neurosurgery. I need to intubate.

Maggie Lockwood: He just got a head CT. Look.

Sarah Reese: That's a Mount Fuji sign. Air building up in his skull, which means this is not mucous coming out of his nose. It's cerebrospinal fluid from his brain. He must've fallen a few days ago. This isn't a sinus infection. This is an anterior skull fracture. And if we don't release the pressure immediately, he's gonna die. I'm in. Maggie, get the drill.

Maggie Lockwood: Got you.

Announcer: Code blue team to the ED.

Sarah Reese: Dr. Choi, I need you to drill a burr hole.

Ethan Choi: Can't. Gunshot just came in.

Sarah Reese: But this man's got about...

Ethan Choi: You've seen it done. Do it.

Maggie Lockwood: Who's gonna do this?

Sarah Reese: I am.

Maggie Lockwood: But you're a med student. You can't drill a hole into a man's head.

Sarah Reese: Somebody has to.

Maggie Lockwood: Here. We're both gonna catch hell for this.

Sarah Reese: Yeah.

Maggie Lockwood: Are you sure you're in the right spot?

Sarah Reese: Three centimeters from the midline. Should be right above the pocket of air.

Maggie Lockwood: "Should be"?

Sarah Reese: I'm through.

Maggie Lockwood: BP back down 130 over 74… Damn, Reese, you did it.

Sarah Reese: Uh-huh. See what's taking neuro so long to get down here.

Maggie Lockwood: Got you.


Daniel Charles: So I'm thinking our best approach would be a course of both medication... A serotonin reuptake inhibitor... And psychotherapy.

Mr. Tacker: It's not gonna work.

Daniel Charles: How do you know until we've tried?

Mr. Tacker: You see that guy out there? They gave him something called a nerve block. What, exactly, is that?

Daniel Charles: It's a regional anesthetic injected near a nerve to block a specific site.

Mr. Tacker: Maybe that could work for me? You know, so I wouldn't be so aware of the arm.

Daniel Charles: Well, it wouldn't be a permanent fix.

Mr. Tacker: I would do anything to make this feeling go away, even for a minute.

Daniel Charles: Right. I understand, I understand.

Mr. Tacker: And I would try the meds and the psychotherapy along with it.

Daniel Charles: I would need your assurance that you'd both stick with your therapy and that you wouldn't harm yourself.

Mr. Tacker: I promise.

Daniel Charles: Look, why don't I consult an anaesthesiologist and, um... And we'll go from there.

Mr. Tacker: Dr. Charles? Do you think someone could get me out of these restraints?

Daniel Charles: All in due time. For now, frankly, I'm just, uh... I'm really encouraged that we've come up with a plan.


Will Halstead: Ms. Patrick's still hooked up to the ventilator. Her husband agree to organ donation?

Maggie Lockwood: Not yet.

Will Halstead: He said anything?

Maggie Lockwood: Just sits there.

Will Halstead: Hey, Father. No, no, she hasn't decided yet. As soon as she does, I'll... I'll call you, okay? All right, thanks… Helping Natalie with the baptism.

Maggie Lockwood: Uh-huh. She wants you to do that?

Will Halstead: Course. Why wouldn't she? What?

Maggie Lockwood: You want my opinion?

Will Halstead: Sounds like I'm going to get it.

Maggie Lockwood: You need to give that woman some space.


Sharon Goodwin: Did you drill the burr hole in the patient's head?

Sarah Reese: I did.

Sharon Goodwin: Ms. Reese, you're not a doctor. You're a student granted access to this hospital, strictly for learning purposes, which means you are not licensed to perform an invasive procedure on a patient without direct supervision by an actual physician. It is, in fact, illegal.

Sarah Reese: I understand.

Ethan Choi: I gave the order.

Sharon Goodwin: Excuse me?

Ethan Choi: I was confident she was capable of this procedure.

Sharon Goodwin: I'd warn you to be very careful what you say.

Ethan Choi: I've had extensive clinical experience with student doctor Reese. I have full faith in her abilities. If you disagree with this patient's treatment, your disagreement is with me.

Sharon Goodwin: Don't either of you ever put me in this position again.

Sarah Reese: You did not have to do that.

Ethan Choi: It's the truth, Reese. And you're family. We rise or fall together.

Treatment 2

Tate Jenkins: Some help here! I need some help!

Eric: Daddy, Daddy!

Tate Jenkins: He threw up blood.

Connor Rhodes: Call the OR. We're taking him up now.

April Sexton: Okay.

Tate Jenkins: It's like you said, right? The bleeding. We should have operated.

Natalie Manning: Wait here. We'll keep you updated.

Tate Jenkins: It's my fault. This is... This is my fault.


Connor Rhodes: Looking for magnets in the intestine is a little bit like looking for a piece of gum in a garden hose.

Natalie Manning: How's the bowel look?

Connor Rhodes: Obstructed, but no gross ischemia. Looks like we got here in time. All right. Found 'em. One's in the stomach, the other small intestine. Let's get him out of here while the bowel still has some life in it… Damn.

Natalie Manning: What is it?

Connor Rhodes: The magnets must have eroded through an artery. Get in here.

Natalie Manning: What?

Connor Rhodes: I need an extra set of hands now.

Natalie Manning: I haven't done that since medical school. Call a surgical resident.

Connor Rhodes: There's no time. Get in here… Here. Hold this back. There. Right there.

Dr. Vorspan: I'm getting a ton of blood from the NG tube. I got to give him a unit.

Connor Rhodes: He's a kid. Not yet.

Natalie Manning: I keep slipping.

Connor Rhodes: Can you get it?

Natalie Manning: No, I lost it.

Connor Rhodes: Wait, wait, wait, wait. Hold still. There. Pinch down. Right there.

Natalie Manning: Got it.

Connor Rhodes: Good. Clamps.

Nurse: Clamp.

Natalie Manning: I don't see the vessel.

Connor Rhodes: It's buried in the fat, but you've got it. Trust me. All right. Now let go.

Dr. Vorspan: BP's stable.

Connor Rhodes: Good. Let's tie these off, close up the holes, and get him on his way… Thank you, Dr. Manning.

Waiting room

April Sexton: Eric did fine. He's gonna be okay.

Tate Jenkins: Thank you. Thank you.

April Sexton: Dr. Rhodes will come soon and talk to you.

Tate Jenkins: Can I see my son?

April Sexton: Yes. In a little while… Eric will be in the hospital for four to five days, maybe a week… So I guess I'll be seeing you.

Tate Jenkins: Yeah.

April Sexton: Got to get back to work.

Tate Jenkins: Sure.


Connor Rhodes: He's a young kid, he's healthy. He will heal fast. Now be honest, you kind of liked using the giant intestine stapler.

Natalie Manning: I kind of liked using the giant intestine stapler.

Connor Rhodes: Everybody does.


Natalie Manning: Hey, I'm sorry for earlier. When I snapped at you.

Connor Rhodes: It's okay.

Natalie Manning: I just... I felt for that dad. Single parent, having to make that decision by himself.

Connor Rhodes: I imagine it can't be easy.

Natalie Manning: I have a decision of my own to make. Nothing so momentous, but I'm having a tough time… My mother-in-law is insisting I get Owen baptized.

Connor Rhodes: Oh, family drama. Now you're in my wheelhouse.

Natalie Manning: Yeah. Family and religion.

Connor Rhodes: You know, religion was actually the one topic we managed to avoid. Dad never saw the upside to it.

Natalie Manning: You're lucky.

Connor Rhodes: I don't know. I always kind of envied the kids who went to church. You know, they were a part of something. It's like they had their own tribe.


Daniel Charles: Mr. Tacker. I see you've had your nerve block. Should be starting to feel it by now.

Mr. Tacker: I feel so much better. How long will it last?

Daniel Charles: Oh, several hours. But we could always re-administer for longer periods. I wanted to use the nerve block in conjunction with another approach that I've been looking into. It's called "pretend therapy."

Mr. Tacker: Pretend?

Daniel Charles: The idea is that you function as if the limb weren't there. You pretend. See what it's like to go through life without it. It's cognitive work.

Mr. Tacker: Sorry, I'm so tired.

Daniel Charles: You know what? The anesthesiologist administered a mild sedative before giving you the block. Why don't I check back with you in a bit, and we'll get started?

Mr. Tacker: Could you pull my covers up? I'm just a little cold… Dr. Charles. Thank you. For everything.

Daniel Charles: Come on. We're a team.


Joey Thomas: Hope you're not planning on jumping.

Sarah Reese: No. Everything is mixed up. I saved a life. And that was good, really good. And then I got in trouble, and that was bad. And then Dr. Choi stuck up for me. Called me family.

Joey Thomas: That sounds good, too.

Sarah Reese: It was.

Joey Thomas: So... Why are you out here?

Sarah Reese: 'Cause it's Match Day, and everything's mixed up!

Joey Thomas: It'll all be clear very soon.

Sarah Reese: Yeah.


Sharon Goodwin: Mrs. Baker is too sick to continue the trial.

Will Halstead: She's going home. She's finally getting her wish.

Sharon Goodwin: Yes.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Halstead… Dr. Halstead. Guy in three dislocated his shoulder. Go. Pop it back in.

Will Halstead: Okay.


Nurse: Blood pressure spiked.

Daniel Charles: Mr. Tacker?

Mr. Tacker: I'm sorry!

Ethan Choi: He slipped his restraint!

Daniel Charles: He made a tourniquet out of tubing. Half milligram dilaudid.

Nurse: Yes, Dr. Charles.

Ethan Choi: No, no, no, don't touch it! The arm's dead. You dump potassium into the bloodstream, he'd go into cardiovascular collapse. We have to amputate his arm. Let's go!

Mr. Tacker: I'm sorry. I had to!


Extern 1: Yes! Yes!

Woman: Here you go.

Extern 2: Mayo, baby! Yes!

Sarah Reese: Reese, Sarah.


Maggie Lockwood: I haven't got room for them! Yes, this is your problem, Roger. Get them out of here!

Sharon Goodwin: This is a lot of bedpans. Are we expecting a listeria outbreak?

Maggie Lockwood: Some idiot in supply added a zero to my order. So instead of four dozen...

Sharon Goodwin: You got 40 dozen?

Maggie Lockwood: Uh-huh… See? You can't retire. How could you give all this up?

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah, how could I? It's so much better than the Maldives.


Joey Thomas: Well? You got it! Chicago Med, pathology. This calls for celebration.

Sarah Reese: Yeah.

Joey Thomas: I'll get my coat, and um, check Groupon, and see where I can get a deal. Congratulations.

Natalie Manning: Reese. You get your match?

Sarah Reese: Uh-huh. Pathology.

Natalie Manning: Congrats! That's what you wanted, right?

Sarah Reese: Yeah. Yeah, um, but this was starting to feel sort of like home.

Natalie Manning: Yeah. We'll miss you.


Ethan Choi: He played us.

Daniel Charles: You mean me. Look, nobody likes getting snookered. But that's not what's bothering me. It's why I fell for it.

Ethan Choi: He's a good liar.

Daniel Charles: Not really. I didn't see the depth of his desperation. You know, didn't want to. So I just pulled out my standard playbook... Meds, psychotherapy.

Ethan Choi: What else could you have done?

Daniel Charles: I could have gone up to ortho. Looked for somebody to take his arm off.

Ethan Choi: Dr. Charles, we can't intentionally maim a patient.

Daniel Charles: Of course not. All I'm saying... In cases like this, are the decisions we're making really in the patient's best interest, or are they in ours? To make us feel better? 'Cause like it or not, that's a happy ending.


Will Halstead: Mr. Patrick...

Mr. Patrick: You didn't know her. I knew her.

Sharon Goodwin’s office

Sharon Goodwin: Come in.

Will Halstead: You paged?

Sharon Goodwin: Uh, yes. Mr. Patrick wants to go forward with the egg harvesting protocol.

Will Halstead: I don't understand.

Sharon Goodwin: Despite the IUD, he says his wife would want this. Hospital council says we have no choice. We have to restart Ms. Patrick on the protocol.

Will Halstead: It's not right. That woman's body is telling us no. Loud and clear.

Sharon Goodwin: Yes. I agree.

Will Halstead: So why won't he listen?

Sharon Goodwin: Well, Dr. Halstead, sometimes we want to believe something so badly, we ignore the reality in front of us. You're familiar with that, aren't you?

Will Halstead: Yeah.

Locker room

Natalie Manning: Hey.

Will Halstead: Hey.

Natalie Manning: So... I-I appreciate all the trouble you've gone to. The church, the priest. And I want to get Owen baptized, just... Just not like that.

Will Halstead: Like that?

Natalie Manning: I want Owen to be a part of a community. I just want it to be one that I'm a part of. So I'm gonna do it my own way. I know Helen's gonna be upset, but I hope you won't be.

Will Halstead: No… Natalie... It's your life. And I want whatever's best for you… I need to move on. So, as Father Brady would say, "Go in peace."


Sal Baker: Can you just watch her for a minute? Thank you… Thank you for not giving up on Jen.


Chaplain: We're here today to celebrate the newest member of our community. And as we do at weddings and funerals, to offer our love and support. It is the people in our lives who bring us joy. They are the colour of our lives. The beauty and the grace. I can see by this gathering today, you will not walk through life alone. And so, little man, I wish you Godspeed. In front of all these gathered on your behalf, I baptize you, Owen Jeffrey Manning.


Will Halstead: I thought he was gonna hit me. But he thanked me.

Jay Halstead: Must've been a relief.

Will Halstead: Jay, she was on a placebo. They never knew… It was all for nothing.

Jay Halstead: No, you cared. I think, if we care, then... Whatever happens, it's for something. We might not see the effect, but... It goes out there and it circulates around. It makes us all better, you know?

Will Halstead: My brother, cop and philosopher.

Jay Halstead: You've got to think big picture.

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schumi  (12.11.2018 à 10:22)

Ouh la Reese semble déjà regretter son choix d'affectation! Bon faut dire qu'elle avait pris sa décision un peu sur un coup de tête!

Le cas du type qui voulait se débarrasser de sa main était vraiment étrange, le pire c'est qu'il a gain de cause! par contre le mari qui veut récupérer les ovules de sa femme alors qu'elle est en mort cérébrale..c'est macabre et pour moi cela relève presque du viol ou du moins de la nécrophilie...

Et l'histoire de Will avec la femme cancéreuse prend fin de manière à la fois tragique et positive. Finalement il a bien respecter la volonté du mari, même si ce n'était pas celui de la patiente... dur dur!


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