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#221 : Sauvez-nous !

Le Dr Rhodes se bat pour sauver une mère qui est désespérée pour aider sa fille à combattre le cancer. Le Dr Charles demande à Sarah de conduire l'évaluation psychologique de sa fille Robin mais Sarah a du mal à rester dans les règles. Quand Will et le Dr Manning passent plus de temps ensemble au travail, Nina va prendre des mesures extrêmes pour attirer l'attention de Will.
Pendant ce temps, le Dr Choi fait pression sur Noah lorsqu'un poste de résident devient disponible


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Deliver Us

Titre VF
Sauvez-nous !

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Réalisatrice : Holly Dale

Scénario : Jeff Drayer et Joseph Sousa

Guests : Jesse Lee Soffer (Jay Halstead), Mekia Cox (Robin Charles), Roland Buck III (Noah Sexton), Eddie Jemison (Stanley Stohl), Patti Murin (Nina Shore), Cassie Beck (Gayle Parks), Madison Dirks (Matt Parks), Callie Brook McClincy (Leah Parks), Lorena Diaz (Doris), Mia Park (Beth), Courtney Rioux (Courtney), Jeremy Shouldis (Marty Peterson), Janette Snow (Audrey Lee), Joshua Satine (Sam Parks), Chris Corres (Mark Dayne), Michael McCracken (Joseph Harper), Aidithi Chandrashekar (Kayla)

Chicago Med

Connor Rhodes: Sure you don't want me to wait with you?

Robin Charles: Connor, I'm fine.

Connor Rhodes: I'm not saying that you're not. I just know that waiting rooms can be awfully boring. All those old issues of "People" magazine.

Robin Charles: Anyone else gets a little anxiety, they get a massage. Daughter of a psychiatrist... A full-blown psych eval.

Connor Rhodes: Look, we both know that you haven't exactly been yourself lately. So let's just do this right. We'll get you back on your feet, okay?

Robin Charles: Fine.

Nurse: Robin Charles?


Sarah Reese: Dr. Kwon just told me Robin's coming in to be evaluated. I'm so sorry to hear that.

Daniel Charles: Yeah, thanks. Just, um, I'm hoping for the best.

Sarah Reese: He chose me as the resident to do her initial evaluation.

Daniel Charles: Really?

Sarah Reese: Yeah, he said you spoke very highly of me. Thank you.

Daniel Charles: Well, didn't tell him anything that wasn't true.

Sarah Reese: I imagine it must be hard to have to stay at arm's length from your daughter's treatment, but... And this goes without saying, but I'm just want to say it anyway... Dr. Kwon and I will do everything we can to make sure Robin gets the best possible care.

Daniel Charles: Dr. Reese, I have complete confidence in you. And if there's anything I can do to help, you just let me know.

Sarah Reese: I will.

Jay Halstead: There you are.

Will Halstead: What's up?

Jay Halstead: A buddy of mine had to pawn off two Blackhawks tickets for tonight. You in?

Will Halstead: Only if I can feel the chill coming off the ice.

Jay Halstead: Hm. 27 rows up, you're gonna feel it coming off your beer. Pick you up at seven?

Will Halstead: See you at seven. All right.

Maggie Lockwood: Dr. Rhodes! Possible collapsed lung coming in. We're going to Treatment 3.

Connor Rhodes: I'm on it.

Maggie Lockwood: Courtney? Talk to me.

Courtney: Gayle Parks. 21 weeks pregnant. Fell getting out of bed. Baby's stable, but mom's short of breath and satting at 92, bradycardic and hypotensive.

Maggie Lockwood: Doris!

Doris: Yeah!

Connor Rhodes: Can you tell me what happened?

Matt Parks: She miscarried her last pregnancy, so we've kept her on bed rest just to be safe, but when she got up to go to the bathroom, she fell.

Treatment 3

Connor Rhodes: All right, thank you, sir. All right. Let's move her on my count. One, two, three.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay. All right, let's get it out.

Connor Rhodes: Nice, easy breaths for me… Got breaths sounds bilaterally, but they're faint with crackles. Let's get a stat AP chest x-ray.

Gayle Parks: No. Nothing that could harm the baby.

Connor Rhodes: Mrs. Parks, I promise the radiation will be minimal, and the fetus will be shielded by a lead apron.

Matt Parks: We understand, but if there's any other way...

Connor Rhodes: I'm sorry, sir, but your wife is having a lot of trouble breathing. We need to figure out why.

Gayle Parks: I said don't do it. This baby is a perfect match for my daughter. I'm not taking any risks.

Connor Rhodes: I'm sorry, excuse me?

Leah Parks: I have leukemia. My mom's having this baby to save me.


Maggie Lockwood: Imagine that baby being responsible for keeping its sister alive. Serial bone marrow donation. Maybe a kidney one day. Part of its liver. Not gonna be easy.

Connor Rhodes: No.

Maggie Lockwood: But if your kid had advanced leukemia, what would you do?

Connor Rhodes: Whatever it takes.

Maggie Lockwood: Mm-hmm.


Natalie Manning: EKG confirmed a right inferior STEMI. He's feeling better after aspirin. Gave him a dose of beta blockers, spoke with cardiology, put him on the list for a cath, but he's currently stable and I think we're gonna be in good shape.

Will Halstead: Sounds like it.

Natalie Manning: Mm-hmm.

Will Halstead: All right, Mr. Walker. You're in good hands with Dr. Manning.

Ben Walker: And those hands couldn't be prettier. Thank you, sweetheart.


Natalie Manning: Why is it that older men always think they can call you sweetheart?

Will Halstead: I can't say it happens much to me anymore.

Natalie Manning: Oh, maybe you should be sweeter then?

Will Halstead: And blow this rugged, tough guy thing I got? It's my meal ticket… Hi.

Nina Shore: Hey. Don't even know why I'm bringing you this, Mr. I-slept-in-an-hour-late-today.

Will Halstead: Well, that's because you're so thoughtful and lovely.

Nina Shore: That's true.

Will Halstead: Thanks. I better get back to work.

Nina Shore: I'll see you.

Will Halstead: Have a good day.

Ethan Choi: Is it Match List day already?

Maggie Lockwood: Uh-huh. Stohl's yearly power trip. Marching those poor med students around, telling them that he's turning in his list tonight. So if they want a residency spot, here's your last chance to impress me.

Ethan Choi: Remind me of a drill instructor I had in boot camp.

Maggie Lockwood: Nice guy?

Ethan Choi: Sweetheart.

Stanley Stohl: Follow me. We'll start over here.


Sarah Reese: First, I would like to hear about what's been happening lately. After that, I'm gonna send you down to phlebotomy so we can run a few standard tests. Then later, we can meet up again and see if we can figure out what's going on.

Robin Charles: Sounds like a plan.

Sarah Reese: Good. Good. Um, so can you tell me in your own words why you're here today?

Robin Charles: To find out if I'm crazy.

Sarah Reese: Do you think that's a possibility?

Robin Charles: No.

Sarah Reese: Okay… Though you did agree to meet with me. How come?

Robin Charles: I don't know… I mean, there is a history of psychiatric issues in my family.

Sarah Reese: I see. Um, you want to tell me about what's been happening in the last few weeks?

Robin Charles: I started hearing rats in the walls of my apartment.

Treatment 3

Connor Rhodes: Mrs. Parks. Hi. You breathing any better?

Gayle Parks: A little.

Connor Rhodes: Good… Are you okay?

Leah Parks: Yeah.

Matt Parks: Leah just finished a round of chemo. She's been a little nauseous.

Connor Rhodes: Got it.

Matt Parks: Why don't you and Sam go get a little fresh air, huh?

Doris: I'll go with you.

Leah Parks: Okay.

Connor Rhodes: Thanks, Doris… So your tests show that you do not have a collapsed lung, but I'm seeing something more concerning… You're in heart failure.

Matt Parks: Um, uh, she had a peripartum cardiomyopathy during her last pregnancy.

Connor Rhodes: So you understand the danger you're in?

Gayle Parks: I had no choice. Our son, Sam... Wasn't a donor match for Leah. This is the only way that I can save her.

Matt Parks: We're well aware of the risks, but we discussed this at length and we, uh... We're willing to take the risks.

Connor Rhodes: I realize that this is difficult to hear, but the safest choice in cases like this is to... Take the load off of your system and terminate the pregnancy.

Gayle Parks: My daughter can't make it without getting a marrow transplant in the next year. If I lose this pregnancy, it'll be too late.

Matt Parks: Three weeks, Dr. Rhodes. That's all we need. Can you help us do that?

Connor Rhodes: Yes. Okay… I'm gonna put you on some medicine that will help to strengthen your heart. We will get your pressure back up, and hopefully, you'll be breathing easier again soon.

Gayle Parks: Oh, thank you.

Matt Parks: Thank you.

Connor Rhodes: Of course.


Connor Rhodes: Dr. Charles. Thanks for the help with Robin.

Daniel Charles: Of course.

Sharon Goodwin: Hey, Daniel? I understand Dr. Reese is the resident evaluating Robin.

Daniel Charles: Yeah, well, it makes sense. She's very good with patients in her own peer group.

Sharon Goodwin: Yes, she is, but she's also your student.

Daniel Charles: One of my very best, and I, uh... I have the utmost confidence in her.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, I'm sure you do, Daniel. I know this is complicated, but I sincerely hope you're not using Dr. Reese as your surrogate.

Daniel Charles: Sharon, look. Of course I'm a big fan of Sarah's, but Dr. Kwon's running the show on this one. My only job is to be a good dad, and stay out of the way.


Natalie Manning: He's in unstable V-tach. Barely got a pulse.

Will Halstead: A little help in here!

Natalie Manning: He's peri-arrest... Must be another heart attack. Will, start bagging. April, charge the paddles to 100.

April Sexton: On it.

Will Halstead: What did his angio look like?

Natalie Manning: Stented two small lesions in the cath lab.

April Sexton: Charged to 100.

Natalie Manning: Clear.

Will Halstead: Clear… No pulse. I'm starting compressions.

Natalie Manning: Have a milligram of epi. Charge to 200.

Will Halstead: How were his vitals?

Natalie Manning: He was fine. He was totally stable.

April Sexton: 200.

Natalie Manning: Clear!

Will Halstead: Clear… He's gone into V-fib!

Natalie Manning: Another milligram of epi. 300 amiodarone. Keep up compressions and charge to 200.

Will Halstead: Then he must have had a worse disease than we thought.

April Sexton: Charge to 200.

Natalie Manning: Clear!

Will Halstead: Clear.

Natalie Manning: Asystolic… Time of death... 10:32. How did this happen?


Stanley Stohl: And now, for our final case... Mr. Dayne passed out this morning from a cardiac arrhythmia.


Stanley Stohl: He's stable now, though still in A-fib. Mr. Dayne, do you have any idea how long ago your irregular heartbeat began?

Mark Dayne: Nope.

Stanley Stohl: Thank you. We'll be back.


Stanley Stohl: So, if the A-fib started less than 48 hours ago, we...

Noah Sexton: Uh, shock him back into rhythm?

Stanley Stohl: Correct. But if it's been longer than 48 hours, that same shock could throw a dangerous embolus to his brain. So, my bright, young minds, one of you needs to come up with the answer.

Noah Sexton: Uh, Dr. Stohl? How are we supposed to do that?

Stanley Stohl: Impress me.

Daniel Charles: Dr. Reese, what's up?

Sarah Reese: Hey… Robin is down in phlebotomy now.

Daniel Charles: Oh. Great. Well, sounds like you're on top of it. How's it, um... How's it going?

Sarah Reese: I'm starting to put together a clinical picture.

Daniel Charles: Good stuff. Once again, you know, if you need any family history, any background... For instance, she's been talking about her apartment a lot. Has that come up at all?

Sarah Reese: I really can't discuss this.

Daniel Charles: Of course you can't. I'm sorry. I just meant purely from a clinical standpoint, you know, the home is a reflection of the mind and all that. It couldn't hurt exploring, but you're absolutely right. Keep up the good work. Doing a great job.

Nina Shore: Dr. Manning?

Natalie Manning: Mm-hmm?

Nina Shore: I think you might want to have a look at this.

Natalie Manning: Oh. Thanks… Oh, God.

Maggie Lockwood: What?

Natalie Manning: My patient's autopsy report... I made a mistake...


Natalie Manning: Mr. Walker didn't die of an MI.

Will Halstead: Massive pulmonary embolism.

Natalie Manning: I can't believe it. I totally missed it.

Will Halstead: Oh, come on. Even if we knew, there's nothing we could've done differently. It happened so fast. We didn't have time to get heparin on board, let alone send him upstairs.

Natalie Manning: I know, but still...

Will Halstead: Wait. How did you get this so fast? These reports usually take at least three to four hours.

Natalie Manning: Nina brought it up to me.

Will Halstead: She came upstairs and gave it to you?

Natalie Manning: Yeah. You know I'm gonna go back over the chart. See if there were some clues.

Will Halstead: Nat, listen. You did everything you could for that man so don't get down on yourself over it. Hey, you're too good a doctor.

Natalie Manning: Thanks, Will.


Noah Sexton: Stohl's A-fib case. Guy's holding a residency spot over our heads with this.

Ethan Choi: What's the case?

Noah Sexton: 40-year-old male. No records, no history, and Stohl expects us to figure out when it started.

Ethan Choi: Where are you at?

Noah Sexton: I mean, there's no previous records. No previous episodes. No family history. I... I'm getting killed on this… You got any thoughts?

Ethan Choi: Any recent caffeine or alcohol use? New onset irritability, perspiration, hand tremors? To assess for acute thyrotoxicosis.

Noah Sexton: Hey, that is good. Thyrotoxicosis. You got anything else?

Ethan Choi: You applied here for residency, right?

Noah Sexton: Yeah.

Ethan Choi: Well, you're not gonna get it by half-assing it through your cases. Get back in there and start asking some questions. And don't come out till you've done a thorough and complete history and physical. You understand?

Noah Sexton: Yeah. Okay.

Ethan Choi: Good.

Treatment 3

Matt Parks: Help! My wife can't breathe! Please, please, we need help!

Leah Parks: Mom!

Connor Rhodes: She's profoundly bradycardic. Let's get 5 liters of O-2. Let's get the external pads on to capture, and then we'll set up for a central line.

Natalie Manning: Let me help!

Connor Rhodes: Yep.

Leah Parks: Mom, what's happening?

Gayle Parks: It's okay, Angel.

Matt Parks: What are you gonna do?

Connor Rhodes: This is gonna fire electricity through your skin 60 times a minute to keep your heart beating until I can get an internal pacer on.

Gayle Parks: It won't affect the baby?

Connor Rhodes: No, but it is gonna hurt.

Gayle Parks: Okay. Okay.

Connor Rhodes: Set to 60 beats a minute.

Natalie Manning: Got it.

Doris: Pacer's set.

Connor Rhodes: Not capturing.

Leah Parks: Mom!

Matt Parks: Leah? Leah!

Sam Parks: Leah! Leah!

Natalie Manning: I got her!

Matt Parks: Leah, baby?

Natalie Manning: She's not getting enough air! I need oxygen now!

Connor Rhodes: Nat, she's got stage four leukemia. Just had chemo.

Gayle Parks: Save my daughter.

Natalie Manning: Try to stay calm, okay?


Natalie Manning: How are you feeling?

Leah Parks: I'm a lot better.

Natalie Manning: Good. 20 more minutes of oxygen, and then she'll be free to go.

Matt Parks: I'll let her mom know.

Natalie Manning: Great.

Matt Parks: I love you.

Leah Parks: Can I ask you something?

Natalie Manning: Of course.

Leah Parks: What's happening to my mom?

Natalie Manning: I think that's something you should talk to your parents about.

Leah Parks: They just tell me everything's fine.

Natalie Manning: When you're pregnant, your heart is pumping for two. And right now, your mom is having trouble keeping up.

Leah Parks: Is she gonna die?

Natalie Manning: Dr. Rhodes is the best heart doctor in the hospital. He's gonna take the very best care of her.

Leah Parks: She's doing this 'cause of me.

Natalie Manning: She's your mother… She wants to do everything she can for you.

Leah Parks: What about Sam?

Natalie Manning: Your little brother?

Leah Parks: Sometimes, it's like Mom and Dad hardly notice him. Like, he's not even there. Why should I get all the attention?

Natalie Manning: Your parents are worried about you because you're sick. I'm sure they love your brother just as much.

Leah Parks: What about the baby? What's it gonna be like for him? I don't want everyone sad 'cause of me. I want us to be a regular family.

Natalie Manning: Have you told your mom how you feel? I think she'd want to know.


Will Halstead: Nina?

Nina Shore: Hey.

Will Halstead: Why did you give that report to Natalie?

Nina Shore: I'm sorry?

Will Halstead: Why did you come up to the E.D. and give it to her?

Nina Shore: She missed a diagnosis. I thought she'd want to know.

Will Halstead: No. You file the report in the chart, and put an alert in the doctor's mailbox. That's how you usually do it.

Nina Shore: Okay.

Will Halstead: You have it in for Natalie?

Nina Shore: What?

Will Halstead: Are you trying to make her feel bad because you think there was or is something between us?

Nina Shore: Really, Will? That's what you think of me?

Will Halstead: Just explain this. Why would you go out of your way to make sure Natalie knew about a diagnosis she couldn't possibly have done anything about?

Nina Shore: I told you. She made a mistake… And you know what? Anyone who refuses to learn from their mistakes is gonna repeat them.


Sharon Goodwin: Dr. Reese, how's everything going with Robin?

Sarah Reese: I kind of have a problem… Dr. Charles logged into her medical records.

Sharon Goodwin: I see.

Sarah Reese: I haven't posted any notes yet, so there's nothing much to see, but still...

Sharon Goodwin: Hmm. Well, I'll go talk with Dr. Kwon. In the meantime, hold off on posting those notes.

Sarah Reese: Ms. Goodwin?

Sharon Goodwin: Yes?

Sarah Reese: I can't help but wonder... Did Dr. Charles have me assigned to Robin's case just so he could get access to her treatment? 'Cause I get the feeling he's just using me to be his... I don't know, his patsy.

Sharon Goodwin: Listen, Dr. Reese. The only thing I can say is that this is a very difficult situation for him. Try not to take it personally.

April Sexton: Hey, there you are. Showing Dr. Stohl what you're made of?

Noah Sexton: Yeah. I guess. Actually, problem is, Dr. Choi's been riding me really hard.

April Sexton: Well, that's his style.

Noah Sexton: It's just... You're his friend, right? You think maybe you could ask him just to dial it back just a little bit?

April Sexton: What do...

Noah Sexton: You know, just get him off my case. He doesn't hassle the other med school students like this.

April Sexton: I'm not doing that.

Noah Sexton: Okay. Fine. I guess I'll just get back to work then.

Natalie Manning: How's Leah's mom doing?

Connor Rhodes: Even with the pacer, she's experiencing a dangerous number of premature ventricular contractions. She could have a lethal decompensation any minute. And if she does, I'm afraid we won't be able to get her back.

Treatment 3

Connor Rhodes: How's the breathing?

Gayle Parks: Okay.

Connor Rhodes: Let me see the EKG.

Matt Parks: What? What's wrong?

Connor Rhodes: Your heart function is deteriorating rapidly. We need to surgically place a device called an LVAD to pump your heart for you.

Gayle Parks: How risky is it for the baby?

Connor Rhodes: Surgery on bypass does carry significant risks for the baby, but if we don't do surgery, we'll be forced to intubate you and put you on ECMO... You won't get off the ventilator.

Natalie Manning: You'll remain in a persistent vegetative state.

Connor Rhodes: I am very sorry. We'll get you ready to go upstairs soon.

Gayle Parks: Will my baby survive? If I were like that... In a coma?

Natalie Manning: It's possible, but the chances are not very good.

Matt Parks: Honey...

Gayle Parks: But it is possible?

Connor Rhodes: Mrs. Parks, maybe we're not making ourselves clear, but...

Gayle Parks: No, I understand… But I have the cure to my daughter's cancer inside me.

Connor Rhodes: Maybe the two of you should take some time to talk it over?

Matt Parks: Yes, yes.

Gayle Parks: We already discussed every possibility.

Matt Parks: Not this.

Gayle Parks: Yeah. We said we would do anything… If the time comes... Intubate me.

Connor Rhodes: Hopefully, it won't come to that.


Natalie Manning: We obviously can't let her go through with this.

Connor Rhodes: What choice do we have? We can't force her to have surgery.

Natalie Manning: We're talking about letting her kill herself.

Connor Rhodes: It's not that simple. She doesn't see it as suicide. She sees it as saving her daughter.

Natalie Manning: At what cost? She'd be leaving a three-year-old and an infant behind with no mother to care for them.

Connor Rhodes: And Leah would survive leukemia. I offered the surgery. She declined it.

Natalie Manning: Wait! You said doing the surgery on bypass came with some risks. What about doing it off bypass?

Connor Rhodes: A lot more dangerous. I wouldn't be able to see through the blood.

Natalie Manning: I'd lose them both. But what if we could save them both? I mean, brain-death shouldn't be an option. That family needs a mother.


Daniel Charles: Hey, there!

Robin Charles: Oh, hey.

Daniel Charles: You, um... You mind if I join you?

Robin Charles: Go right ahead.

Daniel Charles: How's it going?

Robin Charles: Fine.

Daniel Charles: Are you back in your place yet?

Robin Charles: Everyone says I don't have rats so I am back at my place.

Daniel Charles: Wow. Great. So no more rats?

Robin Charles: Everything's good. Got it all under control.

Daniel Charles: Huh. Fantastic.

Robin Charles: Yeah. And Dr. Reese seems comfortable with where I'm at, so I think one more session later on today and I'll be done.

Daniel Charles: That's a relief. Hon, you must be exhausted. You want me to bring some sushi by tonight? Maybe we watch a movie or...

Robin Charles: No. No.

Daniel Charles: How about I just drop off some sushi?

Robin Charles: Dad, I just... I really want to get some rest.

Daniel Charles: Of course. Um, hon, my knee has been acting up. Can you do your old man a favour? Just grab me another creamer, please? Or two?

Robin Charles: Okay.

Daniel Charles: Hazelnut.

Robin Charles: Mm-hmm.

Daniel Charles: Thank you.

Robin Charles: You're welcome.

Doctor lounge

April Sexton: Hey, um, I know you're helping my brother with his case, and I really appreciate it, but could you maybe go a little easier on him?

Ethan Choi: What do you mean?

April Sexton: You know, just lay off the gas a little?

Ethan Choi: Where's this coming from? Did Noah ask you to talk to me? April, there's a good doctor inside Noah. But he has a way of getting people to make things easier for him. And as long as they keep doing that, he's never gonna reach his full potential. I won't coddle him.

April Sexton: Who said anything about coddling?

Ethan Choi: You just asked me to give him a pass on a patient.

April Sexton: Not a pass. Just stop being such a hard-ass.

Ethan Choi: Well, maybe if he had more hard-asses in his life, he wouldn't have to leave Med to do his residency.

April Sexton: Wow. Okay. You know what? You don't know anything about me, or my brother.


Noah Sexton: You know, truth is, I can't say I'm surprised that you and that guy didn't work out.

Sarah Reese: What?

Noah Sexton: Well, yeah, I just mean a doctor and a lab tech... He just can't understand you. You know? The pressures we face. Having someone's life in our hand. It's...

April Sexton: Noah? Noah?

Noah Sexton: Yeah?

April Sexton: Have you solved Dr. Stohl's case yet?

Noah Sexton: No, but...

April Sexton: You can't keep having other people carry your water for you. You have to commit. Let them see that you're gonna kill it every day and get the job done.

Noah Sexton: I know, but I...

April Sexton: No, but nothing! Go back to Dr. Choi. Listen to every word he says until you get the case solved. You got that?

Noah Sexton: Yeah. Okay. I got it.

Treatment 3

Connor Rhodes: I got your page.

Natalie Manning: BP's 80 over 40. Stats are down to 60.

Connor Rhodes: Gayle, your heart is no longer able to function on its own. Please, let me do the surgery. Otherwise, we're gonna have to intubate you now.

Matt Parks: Honey, I know we've come so far, and we're so close, but I don't want you to do this.

Gayle Parks: I do.

Leah Parks: No!

Gayle Parks: It's okay. You're gonna have a beautiful life.

Leah Parks: No, not without you. We don't want you to go. Even if the baby saves me. We love you. We need you.

Doris: Pressure's down to 70.

Natalie Manning: Gayle, if you don't tell Dr. Rhodes to do the surgery, we are going to need to intubate you now.

Leah Parks: No! Don't!

Sam Parks: Please, Mommy!

Connor Rhodes: We could try the surgery off bypass.

Matt Parks: What does that mean?

Connor Rhodes: Instead of diverting blood from her heart, I'll let it keep pumping. It is an extremely difficult surgery, but I could avoid using the anti-coagulant that would harm the baby.

Gayle Parks: You could save us both?

Connor Rhodes: The odds are very low, and if we get into trouble, I have to tell you... I will try to save you. I won't be able to save the baby.

Leah Parks: Mom, please!

Matt Parks: Gayle...

Gayle Parks: Okay.

Connor Rhodes: All right, tell the O.R. we're on our way up. Let's get her ready to move now!

Doris: Okay.

Connor Rhodes: Yep. Good?

Natalie Manning: Let's go.


Nina Shore: Hey. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have brought Natalie into this... But you were right. I am jealous… I just miss you, Will. I-I don't want us to grow apart.

Will Halstead: Neither do I.

Nina Shore: I'll apologize to Natalie.

Will Halstead: No, no. I'll talk to her.


Noah Sexton: Infections can cause heart problems. Have you had any recent illnesses?

Mark Dayne: No.

Noah Sexton: Okay. Any past issues with blood pressure?

Mark Dayne: No, I'm usually around 110 over 80.

Noah Sexton: And your cholesterol is good, too.

Mark Dayne: I watch what I eat. I exercise a lot. I'm a runner.

Noah Sexton: Okay. Do you track your vitals with, like, a Fitbit or an app?

Mark Dayne: Yeah. Yeah, that's how I know what my BP is. I've got it on my phone.

Noah Sexton: Can I take a look?

Mark Dayne: Yeah.


Connor Rhodes: There is going to be more blood in the next two minutes than you've ever seen. I'll get the LVAD into the ventricle while Dr. Harper cannulates the aorta. Keep the suction coming. Steady hands. Once we make the cut, the clock starts. Are you ready?

Joseph Harper: Yes.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. Ready? Go!

Joseph Harper: I can't see anything.

Marty Peterson: Connor, baby's rate is at 120.

Connor Rhodes: More suction.

Marty Peterson: Mom's pressure is dropping.

Connor Rhodes: I need 45 seconds.

Beth: Baby's rate's at 98.

Connor Rhodes: You there?

Joseph Harper: Not yet.

Marty Peterson: Mom's not responding. We're gonna lose her.

Connor Rhodes: All right, I'm in.

Beth: Baby's rate is at 65 and dropping.

Audrey Lee: Mom can't handle this. We need to deliver the fetus and get the load off her heart.

Connor Rhodes: There's too much blood.

Audrey Lee: You can still save the mom. We have to deliver now.

Connor Rhodes: No!

Audrey Lee: Dr. Rhodes.

Connor Rhodes: I'm almost there.

Beth: Baby's rate is at 40. Dr. Rhodes, what do you want to do?

Chicago Med

Daniel Charles: Hey, honey. Where are you off to?

Robin Charles: Uh, home.

Daniel Charles: Do you mind... Could we just have a little chat?

Robin Charles: I really have a lot of things to do.

Daniel Charles: Sweetie, look. Honey, I'm sorry. I'm just really very worried about you, and I just want to make sure that we're getting you the proper treatment.

Robin Charles: Yeah, that's being taken care of.

Daniel Charles: No, darling. Can we just talk about this for a second? Robin, stop. I need to talk to you about...

Robin Charles: Not now, Dad.

Daniel Charles: Robin! Robin!

Robin Charles: Excuse me, I need to get through.

Daniel Charles: I'm so sorry, honey. I can't let you do that.

Robin Charles: What? Get away from me! What are you doing?

Daniel Charles: Just need you to stay here a little while longer. We need to keep you here a little while longer so we can get you the help that you need.

Robin Charles: No. No, I'm not staying.

Daniel Charles: I'm worried that you're gonna hurt yourself. I don't want you to hurt yourself.

Robin Charles: Who are you to decide who's gonna hurt themselves? Get off of me. Get off of me. Get off of me! What are you doing? I hate you! I swear I'm never gonna speak to you again!


Connor Rhodes: Mrs. Parks? Mrs. Parks?

Matt Parks: Gayle? Hey. You're okay.

Gayle Parks: The baby?

Connor Rhodes: Even with the transfusions, the blood loss was too great. Your heart couldn't keep up with it… We tried. There was no way to save both of you. I'm so sorry.

Leah Parks: No, Mom.

Gayle Parks: Oh, I'm sorry I failed you.

Leah Parks: No, you didn't. No. I love you.


Connor Rhodes: That girl has an impossible battle ahead of her.

Natalie Manning: At least she'll be able to face it with her mother.


Stanley Stohl: Based on our patient's fitness app, the resourceful Mr. Sexton believes he has determined when the arrhythmia began, and he proposes electrocardioversion. If he's right, shocking the patient will return him to a sinus rhythm. If he's wrong, we may soon see the effects of an embolic stroke.


Stanley Stohl: Mr. Sexton?

Noah Sexton: Charge to 75… Clear.

Stanley Stohl: Sinus rhythm. Well done, Mr. Sexton. I'm impressed.


April Sexton: Supposed you're looking for a thank you?

Ethan Choi: Nah. Just as long as I get to say I told you so.

Daniel Charles’s office

Sarah Reese: How dare you admit Robin behind my back? She is my patient. You didn't examine her. You didn't treat her.

Daniel Charles: You didn't see her apartment.

Sarah Reese: I don't care what you saw! You should've come to me first.

Daniel Charles: I didn't have time, Dr. Reese. She was leaving the hospital.

Sarah Reese: Yes, because I gave her the night to think about it. I know she needs to be admitted!

Daniel Charles: I thought... I thought that she was masking it from you.

Sarah Reese: No! We were making progress. I was trying to get her to admit herself voluntarily. To take ownership of the idea so she'd be in the best state of mind to accept treatment. I needed to earn her trust for that, and now that chance is gone… You have to run around sticking your nose in everything instead of letting me do my job.

Doctor lounge

Will Halstead: Natalie, I'm sorry about Nina bringing that autopsy report to your attention.

Natalie Manning: What do you mean?

Will Halstead: She feels jealous. We haven't spent a lot of time together lately, and you working here all day alongside me... Anyway, you shouldn't have gotten dragged into our issues.

Natalie Manning: Okay.

Will Halstead: Okay.

Natalie Manning: Listen… If I'm being honest... If I saw my boyfriend working with another woman the way we work together, I'd be concerned, too.

Will Halstead: Why? We work well together. There's nothing wrong with that.

Natalie Manning: We don't just work well together. The way we laugh, the way we talk... It's special.

Will Halstead: Well, we're good friends.

Natalie Manning: Are we, Will? Are we just good friends?

Will Halstead: Yes. That's exactly what we are.

Natalie Manning: Okay.

Will Halstead: Natalie!

Natalie Manning: No, you're right. We're good friends. Night, Will.


Connor Rhodes: Reese! Hey. Robin hasn't been answering my texts. Have you seen her?

Sarah Reese: I was about to call you… I'm afraid I have some bad news.


Jay Halstead: All right. Let's do this.

Will Halstead: Ah, man. I'm sorry, but I'm gonna spend a little quality time with Nina tonight. We need that.

Jay Halstead: Dude.

Will Halstead: I know. It's on me. I promise I'll get us tickets for next week. All right? I gotta go. I will.

Jay Halstead: Hey, Nat.

Natalie Manning: Hey.

Jay Halstead: Do you like hockey?

Natalie Manning: Oh, uh, not tonight, but thank you.

Jay Halstead: My brother just ditched me, and the ticket's gonna go to waste.

Natalie Manning: I guess Owen is already asleep at his grandma's, and I could use a hockey game?

Jay Halstead: Right? Cold beer. Grown men on skates. What's not to love?

Natalie Manning: Okay. Thank you.


Sharon Goodwin: Tough day.

Daniel Charles: Hope you're not here to lecture me.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, it's a little late for that.

Daniel Charles: I had her back... And I lost her.

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schumi  (22.09.2019 à 18:36)

Le cas de la mère prête à mourir pour sauver le bébé qui sauvera sa fille est à la fois bouleversant et dérangeant.  Quel avenir pour ce bébé conçu comme un médicament ?

Le Dr Charles dépasse vraiment les limites avec Robin et son comportement est contraire à la déontologie ..en même temps il s'agit de sa fille alors... lui aussi est prêt à tout pour elle . Mais ça ne pourra que mal finir.

Supersympa  (20.03.2019 à 23:53)

Alors... Will, Jay avec Natalie au milieu... Une rivalité fraternelle pour savoir qui obtiendra les faveurs de la belle doctoresse, c'est ça l'idée ? ^^

Le Dr Charles Sr a fait une belle erreur...


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