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Chicago Med 

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An emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city's most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. They will tackle unique new cases ... See full summary »
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An emotional thrill ride through the day-to-day chaos of the city's most explosive hospital and the courageous team of doctors who hold it together. They will tackle unique new cases inspired by topical events, forging fiery relationships in the pulse-pounding pandemonium of the emergency room. Written by NBC

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Colin Donnell's character's mother is dead, as was in Arrow (2012), where he starred previously. His character also has issues with his dad in both shows. See more »

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Referenced in Chicago Fire: The Last One for Mom (2016) See more »

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Inaccurate portrayal of health care provider roles
16 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

I've been a nurse for more than a couple years and currently work in the Emergency Department. While I understand that this is a TV show and will therefore have a level of inaccuracy, there are a couple problems that people should be aware of. The number of times a nurse has said "Yes doctor" on this show is so disturbing. I have never said "Yes doctor" in my life! Sixty years ago, maybe this was the norm. Nurses stood up for doctors then too. Those days are long over. Times have changed, but unfortunately stereotypes have not! Nurses aren't glorified secretaries as they seem to be on this show. Nurses don't just answer phone calls, usher family members out of the room, and hand physicians charts. There are secretaries to "page the OR." 99 percent of medications, blood products, and IV fluids given in real life are given by nurses, not residents or physicians. Those include life saving medications such as epinephrine during CPR and clot busting medications like TPA given during an acute stroke. In addition, nurses make recommendations for lab work, treatments, and medications to physicians on a daily basis and physicians ask nurses for their opinions, especially in the critical care settings, like the emergency department.

Since there is generally a death on every show, I would like to go over the overall responsibilities of different health care providers during codes. The physician's/medical staff's role in CPR is to run the code (with or without the primary nurse), intubate (insert a breathing tube), decide on the medications to be given, insert chest tubes (if indicated), and insert central/arterial lines. The nurse gives the medications, administers blood, products/IV fluids, defibrillates (shocks) and paces the patient, inserts IVs, draws blood, assists with intubation and line placement, inserts urinary catheters, inserts nasogastric or orogastric tubes, and performs chest compressions. Techs (CNAs - Certified Nursing Assistants) who work in the ER primarily perform chest compressions, insert IVs, draw blood, and grab stuff for people during codes. Some techs can insert urinary catheters and nasogastric tubes as well. Respiratory therapists are there to assist with intubation and draw ABGs (Arterial Blood Gas - blood drawn by puncturing an artery). Some hospitals allow respiratory therapists to intubate. At some hospitals nurses can draw ABGs. In my ED, physicians are generally the one intubating and nurses in the ER do not generally draw ABGs. Once the code is over, the physician, frequently with the primary nurse, will go talk to the family about how the patient is doing. If the code is going on for a while and it looks like the patient won't make it, we will invite the family back while still coding the patient. This is to give the family a chance to see that we are doing everything possible for the patient and to give them once last chance to see their loved one before they are called (dead).

The other inaccuracy I would like to point out is that Sarah Reese is a 4th year med student and therefore cannot be referred to as a Doctor on the show or in cast descriptions on the website. In real life, Sarah would be introduced as "Sarah Reese, a 4th year medical student at XYZ University."


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