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#117 : Effets de manque

April et le Dr Halstead traitent un sans-abri alcoolique avec une jambe cassée, mais ils ne voient pas la meilleure façon de traiter sa maladie. Toujours en deuil suite à la mort de son mari, le Dr Manning éprouve un événement médical dangereux après avoir réalisé que son alliance a disparue. Dr. Charles et Sarah traitent deux femmes âgées avec exactement les mêmes symptômes, mais découvrent avec  surprise ce qui leurs deux cas. Dr Downey et le Dr Rhodes opèrent sur un patient refusant le traitement recommandé pour des raisons religieuses.
Pendant ce temps, Dr. Halstead, frustré, considère une offre d'emploi en Californie.


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Ethan Choi (Brian Tee)

Ethan Choi (Brian Tee)

Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson)

Sharon Goodwin (S. Epatha Merkerson)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Sara Reese (Rachel DiPillo)

Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss), Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss), Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto), April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto), April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta) et Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)

Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) et April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta)


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Scénario :  Jeff Drayer & Stephen Hootstein  

Réalisation Fred Berner

Guest Starring : Gregg Henry (Dr Downey), Jesse Lee Soffer (détective Halstead), Annie Potts (Helen Manning)


Ethan’s home

Vicki Glass: Have you seen my coat?

Ethan Choi: It's right here.

Parrot: Don't touch that. Get away, get away.

Vicki Glass: It's really taking to you.

Ethan Choi: Ha, funny.

Vicki Glass: No, he really has.

Ethan Choi: It's because I'm the one with the food.

Vicki Glass: That's why I took to you.

Ethan Choi: Really? That mean if I feed you some seeds you'll forget about teaching this course?

Vicki Glass: And miss two months in Bethesda? It's the vacation capital of Montgomery County.

Parrot: Get away, get away… Don't touch that. Get away.

Ethan Choi: Hmm.


Natalie Manning: They charge you twice for your cable again?

Will Halstead: No, I got offered a job.

Natalie Manning: Yeah? That's great.

Will Halstead: I guess. It's in California.

Natalie Manning: Oh.

Will Halstead: But I mean, that's okay, right? It's nice out there.

Natalie Manning: Yeah, definitely… It's just... Just far.


Natalie Manning: Have you heard from Rush yet? Northwestern?

Will Halstead: Uh, still waiting. Course, there's always a chance things could work out here. Very slim chance.

Maggie Lockwood: Hey, you two. Patients incoming. You're going to Treatment 6… April, you got this?

April Sexton: Yeah.

Maggie Lockwood: Thank you.

Paramedic: Right here.

Will Halstead: What do we got?

Treatment 6

Paramedic: Chuck Gleason, 42-year-old male. Found at the bottom of some stairs on Lower Wacker with a fractured left tibia.

Will Halstead: Okay, on my count. One, two, three.

Chuck Gleason: Oh.

Natalie Manning: He looks dehydrated. Let's call ortho and start some fluids.

Chuck Gleason: Oh.

Nurse: On it. Starter 1, let's get him set up.

Natalie Manning: Let's pull the board out.

Chuck Gleason: You got a drink, April? Could really use a drink.

Will Halstead: Are you guys friends?

April Sexton: Frequent flier. Alcohol. And everything that goes with it.

Chuck Gleason: How 'bout you, buddy? You got a drink?

Will Halstead: Unfortunately, this is a hospital, not a bar. When did this happen?

Chuck Gleason: Yesterday. Oh.

Natalie Manning: 101. All right, let's get a chest X-ray and a UA.

April Sexton: Okay.

Will Halstead: Okay, Mr. Gleason, you broke your leg pretty bad. We're gonna have to evaluate this and...

Natalie Manning: He's seizing.

Will Halstead: Mr. Gleason? All right, milligram of Ativan.

April Sexton: On it.

Natalie Manning: It's a grand mal seizure. He ever had this before?

April Sexton: Not that I've seen. Milligram of Ativan.

Will Halstead: He's withdrawing. He's going into delirium tremens. You know.

April Sexton: Never seen him get DTs before. It's gonna be bad, isn't it?

Will Halstead: Is it ever good?


Earl: Hey. Thanks for the bird. Kids are gonna love it.

Ethan Choi: Definitely. Glad he'll have a nice home.

Earl: Yeah. Anything I need to know?

Ethan Choi: Nope. Just enjoy.

Earl: All right, you're a good man, Doc.


Natalie Manning: Cirrhosis, hepatitis, cardiomyopathy, renal failure.

Will Halstead: Reads like the index of "Harrison's Guide to Internal Medicine."

Treatment 6

Chuck Gleason: Ah. Ah!

Will Halstead: Mr. Gleason, when was your last drink?

Chuck Gleason: Two nights ago, which is why I need to get the hell out of here.

Will Halstead: Afraid I can't do that.

Chuck Gleason: Talk to this guy, will you please?

April Sexton: I'm sorry, Chuck, the doctor's in charge.

Chuck Gleason: No, I'm in charge, okay? I'm in charge. I know my rights. I don't have to stay here if I don't want to stay here.

Will Halstead: That's very true, but you're not going to get far on that leg without ortho taking care of it.

Chuck Gleason: Okay, fine, man. It's cool. W-w-what are we talking about here, two hours?

Natalie Manning: Mr. Gleason, you're going through delirium tremens. Your body is so used to the presence of alcohol that it's reacting violently to its absence.

Chuck Gleason: Blah, blah, blah!

Will Halstead: We need to keep you here a day or so till you get through it.

Chuck Gleason: Ain't gonna happen, man. Okay? I seen what happens with the DTs. I can't go through that, please.

Natalie Manning: We can't stop them, but we have given you a sedative to make it easier. I'm sorry, but at this point, it's no longer safe for you to leave.

April Sexton: Okay. Okay.


Natalie Manning: Hey, Maggie, can you call ortho and see what's taking so long?

Maggie Lockwood: Sure can. Hey. Where's your wedding ring?

Natalie Manning: I-I don't know. Um... I had it on when I got here.

Maggie Lockwood: You didn't put it in your locker?

Natalie Manning: No, I never take it off.

Maggie Lockwood: Well, where else have you been? Re-trace your steps.

Natalie Manning: I've been in and out of five rooms, washing my hands. I mean, who knows how many gloves I've taken on and off? Maggie.

Maggie Lockwood: All right, all right, I got this. Everyone, listen up. We're missing a gold wedding band, so take a room and search every inch of it. From now on, nothing leaves the ED. Every sheet, every gown, every piece of trash gets bagged and stored until I search it. Got that? Hey, we're gonna find it, okay?

Natalie Manning: I'm gonna check in the lounge.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay.

Natalie Manning: Thank you.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay.


Sarah Reese: So this is Rose Wechsler, 83. Arrived from her nursing facility confused and agitated.


Daniel Charles: Ms. Wechsler, good morning.

Ms. Wechsler: Baloney. Are you here for the sink?

Daniel Charles: You know, I'm not. But it would help me out a great deal if you would tell me what year it was.

Ms. Wechsler: Check your damn calendar. No wonder you people never show up on time.

Daniel Charles: That's completely my fault. Do you mind if I just shine...

Ms. Wechsler: What are you, some kind of a maniac? Get the hell out of here!

Daniel Charles: Thank you.

Ms. Wechsler: Out!

Daniel Charles: Lovely to meet you.


Daniel Charles: What do you think?

Sarah Reese: Nursing home delirium. Acute cognitive dysfunction from some combination of dehydration, stasis, over-medication, and a lack of human engagement.

Daniel Charles: Could be. She's neurologically intact but her mucous membranes are dry. If you're right, fluids will perk her up.

Sarah Reese: Mm, yeah, for now.

Daniel Charles: What?

Sarah Reese: Well, I'm sorry, it's just that her records indicate she led a remarkable life. Was one of the first female test pilots, trained at NASA. Even if fluids work, it's sad seeing someone like that wind up like this.

Daniel Charles: Well...


Maggie Lockwood: Incoming! Dr. Choi. We're going to Baghdad.

Ethan Choi: On it.

Maggie Lockwood: Talk to me.

Paramedic: Frank McCormick. Here's his EKG. 42, lost his rhythm again in the van. Shocked from v-fib in the field.

Mrs. McCormick: Hang in there, Frank, it's going to be okay.

Ethan Choi: Excuse us, ma'am.

Maggie Lockwood: Let's rotate.


Ethan Choi: All right, let's transfer him on my count. One, two, three.

Paramedic: Transfer.

Connor Rhodes: Dr. Choi, what have you got?

Ethan Choi: STEMI. A big one… He flipped back into v-fib.

Connor Rhodes: On it.

Nurse: STATs are dropping.

Mrs. McCormick: Frank.

Connor Rhodes: Paddles to Dr. Choi.

Ethan Choi: Ma'am, ma'am, is this your husband?

Mrs. McCormick: Yes.

Ethan Choi: He had a heart attack. Please step outside.

Mrs. McCormick: Oh, my God.

Maggie Lockwood: Come with me and stand right there.

Connor Rhodes: Charge 200.

Nurse: Charging.

Ethan Choi: Clear.

Nurse: Clear.

Connor Rhodes: Charging.

Ethan Choi: Clear.

Nurse: Heart rate's back to 65. Pressure's 115 over 60.

Connor Rhodes: All right, let's get him up to the cath lab. Based on his EKG, he's gonna need a bypass.

Nurse: Okay, let's go. Watch the lines.


Mrs. McCormick: Wait. Did you say he needs a bypass?

Connor Rhodes: Yes, ma'am. We got your husband's rhythm back, but he's still not out of the woods. We need to find the blockage that caused his heart attack and most likely, we will graft new vessels on around it.

Mrs. McCormick: But that means going on a heart-lung machine, right?

Connor Rhodes: Yes, it does.

Mrs. McCormick: Then I'll have to refuse.

Connor Rhodes: Refuse? What?

Mrs. McCormick: My husband can't have any surgery that involves the administration of blood. We're Jehovah's Witnesses.

Treatment 6

Chuck Gleason: Stop! Stop it! Get it off of me. They're inside of this thing now.

April Sexton: Chuck, you're hallucinating again. It's part of the DTs. We're gonna increase your sedatives.

Chuck Gleason: I don't want a sedative. How many times do I got to tell you that? I don't need a sedative. I don't need a sedative. I need a drink.

April Sexton: You know I can't do that.

Chuck Gleason: Then get the hell out of here!

April Sexton: Hey, how long have I known you? Years. Every time you come in here, you are sicker. One of these times you're going to be too far gone. Chuck, listen to me. You're never gonna beat this if you give in now.

Chuck Gleason: I'm never gonna beat this. I ain't beating nothing. Please help. Make it stop. Please, please, make it stop.

April Sexton: I'm trying to help you.

Chuck Gleason: I told you... I told you how to help me, but you don't listen.

April Sexton: Going to increase your sedatives, and I'm going to get you a clean blanket.

Chuck Gleason: I don't need a clean blanket. I need a drink. Youse are killing me with all your help!


Connor Rhodes: Frank, we respect your beliefs, we do. But the fact is, you're going to have another heart attack. The only question is when.

David Downey: You page me?

Connor Rhodes: This is Dr. Downey, our top cardiothoracic surgeon. I was just explaining to the McCormicks that unfortunately surgery is the only option that we have left.

Mrs. McCormick: And I was explaining that we need an alternative that doesn't involve the administration of blood.

Connor Rhodes: It is his own blood. It's re-circulated.

Frank McCormick: Blood contains the gift of life. Once it leaves the body, it's contaminated forever.

Mrs. McCormick: I know you think we're being difficult, but this isn't just about the danger that Frank's body is in right now. It's about he and I being able to spend eternity together.

Ethan Choi: We understand, but you have to...

David Downey: What about bloodless surgery?

Mrs. McCormick: What's that?

David Downey: It's where we do it off-pump. Operate on the heart while it's still beating.

Frank McCormick: You can do that?

David Downey: Yes.

Connor Rhodes: Though it comes with significant risks.

David Downey: For the McCormicks, the heart-lung machine is a risk. Stopping the heart, removing the blood to oxygenate it, then putting it back violates their faith, so let's do it without the machine.

Connor Rhodes: Excuse us for a moment.


Connor Rhodes: He's got bad three vessel disease. He's a terrible candidate. It's too high of a risk.

David Downey: Higher than not doing anything at all?

Ethan Choi: Let's at least give them some time to see if they want to choose the safer option.

We don't want to wait.

Mrs. McCormick: We want to do the bloodless surgery.

David Downey: Okay. I'll inform the OR.


Chuck Gleason: Please, it's a lot... Please.

Will Halstead: You need to up his benzos.

April Sexton: I already did, twice.

Will Halstead: Then give him a milligram of Haldol, too.

Sharon Goodwin: I'll tell you, when I was a clinical nurse I used to dread DT patients. I know, such misery. And most of the time they're back in two months to do it all over again.

Maggie Lockwood: Mm-hmm.

Sharon Goodwin: I lost my wedding ring recently, didn't find it for three days.

Maggie Lockwood: What did Bert say?

Sharon Goodwin: You know, he didn't say anything, which was weird because he's usually so observant.

Maggie Lockwood: Huh.

Sharon Goodwin: Oh, excuse me. Daniel. What are you doing tonight?

Daniel Charles: Mm, working, why?

Sharon Goodwin: Well, an old friend of Bert's and mine has moved to town and I thought we could all go to dinner.

Daniel Charles: You know, sounds like a blast but I really am slammed.

Sharon Goodwin: Come on, Daniel. Bert's been so grumpy lately, and he always cheers up when he talks to you.

Daniel Charles: What's going on?

Sharon Goodwin: It's a long story, but you'd really be helping me out. Besides, Maribel loves Scotch and ballroom dancing. You haven't been out in a while.

Daniel Charles: You know, there's a reason for that. There's this new study out, says dating can lead to marriage.

Sharon Goodwin: It's just a friendly dinner.

Daniel Charles: Yeah, and I'm still paying two and a half alimonies. Those friendly dinners can get expensive. Ooh, Ms. Reese, any word on that nursing home patient?

Sarah Reese: Actually, there is.

Sharon Goodwin: Daniel.

Daniel Charles: I got to go. Thank you so much for the invite. Best to Bert. We'll do it next time.

Sarah Reese: So the good news is, Ms. Wechsler's doing much better after some fluids. She's awake and alert.

Daniel Charles: That is good news.

Sarah Reese: Yes, though she does still have a fever and is reporting lower abdominal pain.

Daniel Charles: Fluids and scans?

Sarah Reese: All negative except for a slightly elevated white count, but I'm already doing an infectious workup now.

Daniel Charles: Sounds like a great plan. What's the bad news?

Sarah Reese: This is Wanda Stern… In from the same nursing home. She has a 101 fever and feels Nixon is just what this country needs to run out the commies. Fluids and labs?

Daniel Charles: Fluids and labs.


Will Halstead: Hey. Sorry about your ring.

Natalie Manning: It's so stupid. I can't believe I lost it.

Will Halstead: No, no, no. Come on. These things, they happen.

Natalie Manning: No, illnesses happen. Bad weather happens. This is on me.

Will Halstead: Look, I'm on all your patients, so don't worry, okay? Just... Try to take it easy.

Natalie Manning: I feel so terrible. Like, like I betrayed Jeff, like I didn't care enough.


Will Halstead: Hey, April? April. What's in the bag?

April Sexton: Nothing, it's a personal item.

Will Halstead: Is that a bottle of booze?


Will Halstead: You were going to give that to Mr. Gleason?

April Sexton: My nursing supervisor did it all the time.

Will Halstead: April, it's against protocol.

April Sexton: Since when do you care about that?

Will Halstead: I care about getting our patient through this.

April Sexton: Does he look like he's getting through this? He needs a drink.

Will Halstead: I didn't say it would be easy, but that? That's just a Band-Aid.

April Sexton: I come in here every day and I put Band-Aids on patients and most of them thank me for it.

Will Halstead: And he may thank you, but you're not helping him.

April Sexton: And you are? Standing around while he dies in front of us?

Will Halstead: This man has a chance to get past his problem and make a new start.

April Sexton: He's telling us that he doesn't want that, and it's up to us to listen.

Will Halstead: No, no, no, no. It's not my job to listen. I'm a doctor. It's my job to decide what is best for him.

April Sexton: That is exactly why I'm a nurse.


Connor Rhodes: Hey. Uh, Frank McCormick is going into surgery. I need you to load his angio into the system.

Clerk: You doctor Rhodes?

Connor Rhodes: Uh, yep.

Clerk: Should be up now.

Connor Rhodes: Yeah, thanks.


Natalie Manning: No luck yet, huh?

Maggie Lockwood: Not yet, but we haven't even gone through the trash. Are you okay?

Natalie Manning: Yeah, uh... My head is... Spinning. I feel like I'm gonna throw up, but... Oh, Maggie.

Maggie Lockwood: Natalie, I'm gonna find your ring, but in the meantime, I want you to go in there, have a drink of water, and lie down. Okay?

Natalie Manning: Mmhmm.

Maggie Lockwood: All right… Natalie?


Natalie Manning: I don't know why you guys are ordering all these tests. I'm anemic. It was nothing.

Will Halstead: That's not what the EKG's saying. I'm seeing elevated ST segments in the anterior and lateral leads.

Natalie Manning: Where?

Will Halstead: Tell echo we're bringing her upstairs.

Natalie Manning: Echo? I have no cardiac history, no risk factors. You guys are just being overly cautious because it's me.

Maggie Lockwood: Nat, that's darn right that's what we're doing. Stop being stubborn and listen to the man, please? Let's go.

Natalie Manning: Ugh.


Wanda Stern: On Wednesdays, I go downstairs to the beauty shop.

Ms. Wechsler: My neighbour Sheila always does my hair.

Sarah Reese: Okay.

Ms. Wechsler: How about the card room? I play a lot of canasta.

Wanda Stern: In the south lobby?

Ms. Wechsler: No, darling. Uh, in the north.

Wanda Stern: Oh.

Daniel Charles: How we doing, ladies? Any luck?

Ms. Wechsler: Wanda here is lovely, and though I appreciate your theory that our conditions may arise from the same source, I'm afraid the only thing we have in common is Sinai Gardens.

Daniel Charles: Ah. Ms. Reese, could I, um... Could I talk to you for a moment?

Sarah Reese: Mm-hmm.

Daniel Charles: Keep at it.


Sarah Reese: Their labs are all negative, but both are febrile with leukocytosis, and infections in the elderly can present quite differently than normal. I think we need to start looking for zebras. Rickettsia, leptospirosis...

Daniel Charles: Ms. Stern had some redness in her left eye. You notice that?

Sarah Reese: Probably from the chlorine in the pool. She likes to do water aerobics.

Daniel Charles: But consider the symptoms. Acute delirium, severe dehydration, lower abdominal pain, one itchy red eye.

Sarah Reese: Like I said, in an 85-year-old, it could be anything.

Daniel Charles: If these women were closer to you in age, what might you suspect?

Sarah Reese: No. No, no, no, no, no.

Daniel Charles: Why not?

Sarah Reese: No. Because they're old ladies. They can't have gonorrhea.

Daniel Charles: Are you trying to tell me that because they're old, they can no longer be sexually active?

Sarah Reese: Well, come on, they barely have the energy to play canasta, whatever that is. I say we keep digging.

Maggie Lockwood: Ahem. There's a gentleman from the retirement home out there inquiring about the status of your two patients. Says his name is Clyde.

Daniel Charles: Hmm. Maybe they, um, have something in common after all.

Sarah Reese: We're gonna need some swabs.


April Sexton: Dr. Halstead!

Will Halstead: What happened?

Treatment 6

April Sexton: He just started vomiting blood.

Will Halstead: Must have ruptured an esophageal varix. Prep a Minnesota tube and call for MTP. I need to intubate. It's from years of alcoholic cirrhosis. The vessels get dilated and tortured.

Nurse: But why's this all happening right now?

April Sexton: Must have ruptured from all the vomiting.

Will Halstead: Right, tube…  Got an airway. Bag him.

April Sexton: Good breath sounds bilaterally.

Will Halstead: We need to stop this bleeding. Minnesota tube.

Nurse: Yes, Doctor.

Ethan Choi: What do you need?

Will Halstead: Start a groin line. Get a rapid transfuser, and give him two of blood, stat. I need more suction.

Nurse: I got it. Send a runner to Central for the infuser, and call the blood bank.

April Sexton: I'm on it.

Will Halstead: I can't see a damn thing. All right, I'm gonna have to go in blind.

Ethan Choi: Line's in.

Will Halstead: Start the MTP.

April Sexton: Pressure's down to 80 over 40. He's bleeding out.

Will Halstead: Come on. Come on. Got it!

Ethan Choi: Blood's going.

Will Halstead: Good. Ready to inflate the internal balloons. Syringe.

Nurse: Want an X-ray for placement?

Will Halstead: No time. As soon as the balloons are inflated, we'll know whether the pressure they're placing on the vessels is enough to staunch the bleeding.

Nurse: Bleeding's stopped. For now.

Will Halstead: Call GI to cauterize the vessels.

Nurse: Okay.


Will Halstead: I'm doing everything I can.


Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Halstead? Dr. Manning's results from echo.

Natalie’s room

Will Halstead: Knock, knock.

Natalie Manning: Hey. Did you get my echo results?

Will Halstead: Yeah, good news. You definitely did not have a heart attack.

Natalie Manning: You see? That's what I've been saying.

Will Halstead: But you did have a cardiac event. Uh, takotsubo cardiomyopathy.

Natalie Manning: Let me see that.

Will Halstead: Um, spasm on your coronary artery. Would explain the shortness of breath and chest pain… Scary for sure, but completely reversible. Yeah, we should have you out of here in a day or two.

Natalie Manning: Losing my wedding ring. That's what triggered this.

Will Halstead: Hey, it's not always easy to pinpoint the cause of the stress. You... You just can't know.

Natalie Manning: Will, no, you don't have to sugar-coat it. I know the colloquial term for this. Broken heart syndrome… This is about, uh... This is about Jeff.

Will Halstead: Chance of another episode is incredibly low. You will get past this, I promise… Yeah.


Helen: I came as soon as Maggie called me. How is she?

Will Halstead: Hi, uh... She's gonna be okay.

Helen: Oh.

Natalie’s room

Helen: Hi.


David Downey: And LAD is finished.

Connor Rhodes: Raising the heart ventrally to get at the RCA.

David Downey: Uh-huh. Two-thirds of the way there. This is the big one. Right there.

Connor Rhodes: Scalpel and Gerald.

Nurse: Scalpel.

Marty Peterson: Blood pressure bottomed out. You got to lower the heart back down.

David Downey: Okay. Okay. Marty?

Marty Peterson: It's not coming back.

Connor Rhodes: He's in v-fib. We got to put him on the pump.

David Downey: No, we'll defibrillate him, continue as planned.

Connor Rhodes: And then what?

David Downey: This is gonna happen again… Clear.

Nurse: Clear.

Marty Peterson: Still v-fib.

Connor Rhodes: We have to put him on the pump. We don't have a choice.

David Downey: Charge to 50.

Nurse: Charging.

David Downey: Clear.

Connor Rhodes: This isn't working. We need to get the perfusionist and the bypass team in here now.

David Downey: That's not an option, Dr. Rhodes.

Connor Rhodes: Then we will get his wife in here and we will get her consent.

David Downey: It's his ball game.


Mrs. McCormick: I don't understand. Is Frank okay?

Ethan Choi: Please, put this on.

David Downey: We're not getting the pressure back.

Mrs. McCormick: Frank, oh, my God.

Connor Rhodes: Your husband is dying. I'm pumping his heart with my hands.

Ethan Choi: Mrs. McCormick. If you don't authorize this right now, you'll never see him alive again.

Mrs. McCormick: Is there really no other way?

David Downey: No.

Mrs. McCormick: Do what you have to. Forgive me, Jehovah.

Ethan Choi: Why don't you come with me outside?

Connor Rhodes: Right, let's hook him up and get to work. This is the right thing to do.

Natalie’s room

Helen: Thank you. Yeah. That was Julia. She needs me to relieve her. I could bring Owen back here a little later.

Natalie Manning: Maybe later tonight.

Helen: Okay, all right, well, you just, uh... You just call me and... And let me know what you'd like, all right?

Natalie Manning: Oh, uh, Helen, actually, I'm sorry. One last thing.

Helen: Mmhmm.

Natalie Manning: Do you know where Jeff got my ring?

Helen: Well, not right offhand, but I-I could look that up.

Natalie Manning: Please.

Helen: You're not thinking about replacing the ring, are you?

Natalie Manning: Yes, I am.

Helen: Do you really think that's a good idea?

Natalie Manning: Why wouldn't it be?

Helen: Natalie, I know you loved Jeff. Jeff loved you, but maybe losing the ring is a sign.

Natalie Manning: A sign?

Helen: Natalie... What do they call this? Broken heart syndrome. Your grieving is so great that it has put you in a hospital bed and is keeping you from coming home to see your son. So, maybe you just... You need to let go a little bit.

Natalie Manning: How could you say that? I would never let go of Jeff.

Helen: I don't mean let go of him. Just… Move forward… You just... You call me and let me know if you need anything from home.


Clyde Glickman: The clap?

Daniel Charles: Yikes.

Clyde Glickman: Have Rose and Wanda been told? How did they take it?

Sarah Reese: You'd have to ask them.

Daniel Charles: Mr. Glickman, partner notification is an important part of gonorrhea treatment, and while we really don't want to be intrusive...

Clyde Glickman: A gentleman never tells.

Sarah Reese: But if there are others, they should be informed.

Clyde Glickman: There's Cookie. Beautiful blue eyes.

Sarah Reese: Cookie?

Clyde Glickman: Sylvia, marvellous sense of humour.

Sarah Reese: So you're sleeping with four different women?

Daniel Charles: Ms. Reese.

Clyde Glickman: You make it sound tawdry. It's not like that. At our age, there are very few men left, and people need companionship. I make them happy, they make me happy. And I love them, all of them. All of them. I think of it as assisted loving.

Sarah Reese: We'll get you a shot of ceftriaxone and azithromycin. The nurse will be with you shortly.


Parrot: Don't touch that. Get away.

Maggie Lockwood: Hey, Dr. Choi. Earl said to give this back to you.

Ethan Choi: What... What do you mean?

Maggie Lockwood: Made such a racket, wouldn't let him get any sleep. Said he's going to get a gerbil.

Parrot: Don't touch that. Get away, get away.

Ethan Choi: Sorry, Maggie, I got to go.

Maggie Lockwood: Hey, what am I supposed to do with it?

Ethan Choi: I don't know. Put him in the doctors' lounge.

Parrot: Get away, get away.

Maggie Lockwood: Come on. Hm.


Mrs. McCormick: Oh, Frank, I was so scared.

Frank McCormick: Told you it'd be all right. Jehovah lit the path. It was His will. These doctors, maybe you should do every surgery this way.

Connor Rhodes: Mr. McCormick, you should know that there were complications with the surgery.

Frank McCormick: What kind of complications?

Connor Rhodes: We had to use the bypass machine after all.

Frank McCormick: I thought we made our wishes clear. Did they tell you they were doing this?

Mrs. McCormick: They did.

Frank McCormick: And you gave them your permission? How could you do this to me?

Mrs. McCormick: I did it for you. For us. You weren't going to survive the surgery.

Frank McCormick: And now how am I supposed to survive eternity?

Mrs. McCormick: Frank, I'm sorry.

Frank McCormick: Get out.

Mrs. McCormick: Please.

Frank McCormick: Get out… You had no right. You had no right.


David Downey: That is why we don't disregard patients' wishes.

Connor Rhodes: Have you read the fine print of what they believe in? They can accept all the fractions of blood but they can't accept them all together. Does that make any sense to you?

David Downey: Doesn't have to make sense to us. If he believed he would live longer if his wounds were dressed in green bandages, then we give him green bandages.

Connor Rhodes: Not if the green bandages are going to kill him.

David Downey: Yeah, even if it kills him.

Connor Rhodes: David, do you really believe that? Or is this just because this is the day that your liver is going to be ablated? I saw your name on the board in IR.

David Downey: The mass on my liver isn't shrinking. We're going to try and reduce it again. In fact, I should mosey down there. You're a good surgeon, Dr. Rhodes, but saving a life isn't always the answer, and you will never be a great surgeon until you understand that.

Natalie’s room

Maggie Lockwood: Hey, hey, hey. Look what I found.

Natalie Manning: Where did you find it?

Maggie Lockwood: In a linen bag, stuck to the hem of a fitted sheet. That's why you quadruple check, right?

Natalie Manning: Thank you, Maggie. I thought it was gone for good.

Maggie Lockwood: Well, now it's back.

Natalie Manning: Mm.


Clyde Glickman: We're gonna beat 'em to the finish line. Here it comes. Hold on tight. Up we go.

Wanda Stern: Whoo!

Clyde Glickman: Thank you very much.

Mrs. Wechsler: Thank you again for all your help.

Sarah Reese: Ms. Wechsler, can I ask you something?

Mrs. Wechsler: Sure.

Sarah Reese: You're a strong, successful woman. You flew jets. Aren't you angry with him?

Mrs. Wechsler: I tell you, Ms. Reese, some men spend their whole lives with women but never bother to learn what pleases them… Clyde learned.

Clyde Glickman: Let's go, Rosebud, before this thing turns back into a pumpkin. Thank you very much. Going flying.

Sarah Reese: He seems like a nice enough guy, but no one is worth lying, cheating, or disease.

Daniel Charles: Where are you getting lying and cheating?

Sarah Reese: You heard what he said.

Daniel Charles: Didn't hear that. This looks like more of an... Open relationship to me.

Sarah Reese: Well, you would think by their age they'd be past that.

Daniel Charles: Past wanting physical intimacy?

Sarah Reese: If my boyfriend ever suggested an open relationship, I'd kill him.

Daniel Charles: Huh. You might be surprised how things you once thought were so important become less so when you get older. My life definitely become bigger, messier, far more interesting than I ever thought it could when I was younger. And you know what? It hasn't always been such a bad thing.

Sarah Reese: Well, I'm not that young. I'm almost 26.


Daniel Charles: So you know, I was thinking, if you guys... You know, your friend's still going out to dinner, I wouldn't be opposed.

Sharon Goodwin: Great, you changed your mind.

Daniel Charles: Yeah, got hungry.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, not too hungry I hope. My friend's a vegan.

Daniel Charles: A vegan? And you're telling me now? That's curious.

Sharon Goodwin: Important thing is, it'll make Bert happy.

Daniel Charles: You know I live to serve.


Nurse: T-shirt and a pair of jeans. I paid for it.

Chuck Gleason: How much?

Will Halstead: Mr. Gleason seems much improved.

Nurse: Yeah.

Will Halstead: When did his tremors subside?

Nurse: Uh, about 20 minutes ago.

Will Halstead: And no more hallucinations?

Nurse: Mm-mmm.

Will Halstead: Did we up his benzos?

Nurse: No, why?

Will Halstead: Nurse Sexton… Pretty miraculous turnaround for our frequent flier, don't you think?

April Sexton: It looks like he'll pull through, yeah.

Will Halstead: Did you give him a drink?

April Sexton: No.

Will Halstead: Well, someone did, so who was it? Goodwin?

April Sexton: I guess once a nurse, always a nurse.


Will Halstead: Excuse me, a word, please?

Sharon Goodwin: Sure.

Will Halstead: You gave Mr. Gleason a drink?

Sharon Goodwin: He was likely going to die without one. I've seen it happen.

Will Halstead: So it doesn't matter if that was against hospital policy, 'cause I'm pretty sure if that were me, I'd be raked over the coals right now by you.

Sharon Goodwin: Damned if you do and damned if you don't. I admit, it's a bit of a double standard. What can I say?

Will Halstead: This patient... He had a chance to kick his addiction. Now it's gone.

Sharon Goodwin: Dr. Halstead, an addict doesn't just kick a habit. He's got to want to quit, and right now he doesn't. Listen, you can't force a person to move on from something if they're not ready… You know they found Dr. Manning's ring… Want to come up with me to see her?

Will Halstead: I'll be up a little later.


Ethan Choi: Any shortness of breath? Mr. McCormick, I am sorry. We were just trying to deal with the circumstances...

Frank McCormick: The best you could. I know… Do you even think about God's will or just your own? You familiar with... Peter 5:2?

Mrs. McCormick: "Be a shepherd to the flock that is under your care. Watch over them. Not for what you'll get out of it, but because you are eager to serve God." You entrusted me to watch over not just your body but your soul. You're alive... Because I couldn't imagine life without you… I misplaced my faith. Today, I didn't serve God. But I have to believe that a god of love is also a god of forgiveness.

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schumi  (18.11.2018 à 23:26)

Ah les témoins de Jehovah (euh je sais pas comment ça s'écrit désolée)... pas facile à soigner, ce qui donne toujours des cas très difficile d'un point de vue éthique et moral.

Nathalie m'a vraiment fait de la peine dans cet épisode, je pensais qu'elle avait bien tourné la page mais la perte de son alliance l'a chamboulée à un point! Heureusement qu'elle est soutenue et Maggie a été géniale dans cet épisode... comme souvent!

Le délirium tremens du monsieur était vraiment épouvantable et c'est super que ce soit Goodwin qui ait franchi la ligne pour une fois!


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