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Chicago Med
#106 : Bound

 

Résumé : Deux passagers clandestins découverts dans un avion sont amenés à l'hôpital après avoir subi de graves blessures durant le voyage. Sharon Goodwin reçoit donc la visite du département de la sécurité intérieur pour obtenir des informations. Cornelius Rhodes, le père du Dr Connor Rhodes est honoré après avoir fait un don important à l'hôpital pour l’ouverture de l’aile psychiatrique, faisant remonter de sombres secrets de famille. Le grand jour de Dr. Natalie Manning arrive et les bonnes intentions du Dr Will Halstead pour l’aider lors de l’accouchement sont mal interprétées par sa belle-mère Helen.

Pendant ce temps, le Dr Sarah Reese demande de l’aide au Dr Charles pour annoncer une nouvelle déchirante à un jeune garçon mais aussi annoncer à sa famille que leur autre fils pourrait également être gravement malade.

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Bound

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Bound

Première diffusion
19.01.2016

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mardi 19.01.2016 à 21:00
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Scénario : Mary Leah Sutton   

Réalisation Michael Waxman

Guest Starring : DW Moffett (Cornelius Rhodes), Annie Potts (Helen), Kara Kilmer (Ambulancière Sylvie Brett), Dora Madison (Ambulancière Chili), Marc Grapey, Julie Berman, Christina Brucato

ER

Maggie Lockwood: Incoming. Talk to me.

Chout: Female, late teens, hypothermic. GCS of 9.

Maggie Lockwood: Trauma 2.

Chout: Can barely feel a pulse. She's really cold.

Will Halstead: I got her.

Paramedic 1: Male, early 20s. Fell off a plane at touchdown.

Maggie Lockwood: Go to Trauma 1.

Paramedic 2: Left chest is crushed. Unable to intubate.

Trauma 2

Ethan Choi: Pale and unresponsive. Get intubation drugs. 20 of etomidate and 100 of succs. Get a labs and a base deficit and trigger the MTP and start transfusing as soon as the blood shows up.

Will Halstead: On my count.

Both: One, two, three.

Maggie Lockwood: Transfer.

Will Halstead: All right, let's get that board out.

Chout: Got it.

April Sexton: Let's get a CPC and a crit.

Ethan Choi: Okay, let's roll him over. And roll.

Maggie Lockwood: Hold him steady. Hold.

Paramedic 2: Right here, Maggie.

Maria Gonzalez: Miguel. Miguel.

Will Halstead: What's your name? Can you tell me your name?

Maria Gonzalez: Miguel!

Will Halstead: ABCs intact. GCS 9.

Connor Rhodes: All right, get warm saline bags in her axillae, groin, and behind her neck. And let's cover the top of her head to keep whatever heat she has in.

April Sexton: On it.

Ethan Choi: Too much blood in the airway. Can't see a thing.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. We're gonna crich this guy.

Nurse: We're gonna need about three more. Get a core temp.

Connor Rhodes: All right, let's get the X-ray and the FAST scan in here now. Trach set. Got it?

Maggie Lockwood: Got it. I'll bag him.

Connor Rhodes: How's she doing over here?

Will Halstead: Heart rate's 50. Temp is 29 Celsius. Still responding.

Ethan Choi: Breath sounds bilaterally. Right is really muffled.

Connor Rhodes: What the hell happened?

Officer: Stowaways from Mexico. He fell out of the plane. She came out of the wheel well after landing.

Connor Rhodes: All right. Let's get a look at his chest. X-ray clear… Hemopneumothorax. Dr. Choi, get a chest tube in on the right.

Ethan Choi: You got it.

Maggie Lockwood: Roll!

Connor Rhodes: All right. Scanner.

Nurse: Here.

Connor Rhodes: Thank you.

Nurse: Pressure's down.

Connor Rhodes: There's blood throughout his belly. We need to get him up to the OR now. He's gonna need a lap.

Nurse: On it. Calling the OR. Yes, 100%.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. I need to set his leg. All right, Maggie?

Maggie Lockwood: Yup. Ready.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. All right. All right. You wrap that up for me?

Nurse: Yep.

Connor Rhodes: Whenever you're set, go.

Ethan Choi: Will do.

Connor Rhodes: What's her core temp?

April Sexton: Still 29 Celsius.

Connor Rhodes: Got the Foley in?

April Sexton: Yup.

Connor Rhodes: Get 2 of Versed IV. Get the ECD in and set up for a DPL. We have a very short window to get her warm.

April Sexton: Versed in.

Nurse: Go ahead and get me a flush. I need heparin. Ready to travel.

Ethan Choi: All right, let's go.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. Start the infuser and set it to warm. Give me the big needle… Just use the level one to warm. Do not pressure infuse.

April Sexton: Got it.

Will Halstead: ECD warming to 46 degrees.

April Sexton: Core temp's 35 and rising. Heart rate's up, 60.

Connor Rhodes: That should stabilize her for now. Good work, everyone.

Will Halstead: Nice work.

Connor Rhodes: I'm afraid she's not out of the woods yet.

Entrance

Will Halstead: Hypothermia and hypoxia? That's like hibernation.

Connor Rhodes: It's, like, minus 60 to 70 up there. What kind of screwed up life did she have that she took a risk like that?

Will Halstead: Hey, no offense, but not everyone's born a Rhodes.

Connor Rhodes: Thanks. I keep forgetting that.

Treatment

Sarah Reese: Can you lift your arm?

Parker Kindler: I... I can't.

Sarah Reese: Can you hold it out in front of you?

Parker Kindler: Ha! Ah!

Sarah Reese: Okay… Does this hurt?

Parker Kindler: Ah!

Lisa Kindler: He was playing in the backyard, tripped and fell.

Parker Kindler: Dad says I'm clumsy.

Mr. Kindler: You just need to watch where you're going.

Sarah Reese: I think Parker has fractured his left clavicle, but we need to get an X-ray to make sure. The tech will be right in.

Hallway

Daniel Charles: Hmm.

Sharon Goodwin: Why you think he gave us all that money?

Daniel Charles: You mean he's not honouring his late wife?

Sharon Goodwin: I doubt it's a coincidence Cornelius Rhodes gave to the hospital where his son works.

Daniel Charles: You think?

Sharon Goodwin: Man who likes to be in the center of attention.

Daniel Charles: Freaking world-class narcissist, that guy.

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah, and what better way to steal the spotlight from his son than by donating a million dollars?

Daniel Charles: Whatever his motives, the money's green. And I get a new psych ward!

Entrance

Will Halstead: Good morning. How you feeling?

Natalie Manning: Wonderful, you know, considering the fact that I can't sleep longer than 15 minutes, and when I do actually get comfortable, I have to pee.

Will Halstead: Fun!

Natalie Manning: Yup.

Maggie Lockwood: Did you try that pillow I gave you?

Natalie Manning: Yes. I added to the 20 other pillows that aren't helping me sleep, but thank you.

Maggie Lockwood: Oh. Sarah's got a kid with a fractured clav in Treatment 1 for you.

Natalie Manning: Okay. I'll just hit the bathroom and then waddle my way over there. Talk to you later.

Will Halstead: See ya… What?

Trauma

Connor Rhodes: How's she doing?

April Sexton: Still in and out of consciousness. Temp's back to normal. Still waiting on her charts.

Connor Rhodes: Soy El Doctor Rhodes. Cómo se siente?

Maria Gonzalez: Dónde... Miguel?

April Sexton: Her name is Maria Gonzalez. Miguel is her brother. He was the one that was brought in with her.

Connor Rhodes: All right. Maria... Your brother was very seriously injured.

Maria Gonzalez: Alive?

Connor Rhodes: Yes. He is. Pero está en terapia intensiva…

Maria Gonzalez: El estaba tratando de salva.

Connor Rhodes: Why was he trying to save you?

Maria Gonzalez: Nuestro padre... Our father... Is narco... Sinaloa. Not good man. Want to sell me. Pero... Mi hermano, Miguel, protect me. He get me out. Por favour.. Cuida a Miguel.

Connor Rhodes: We will. Haremos todo lo Que podamos por él.

Maria Gonzalez: Gracias. Gracias.

April Sexton: Respir.

Connor Rhodes: Sorry, I have to go. Descanse. Volveré pronto.

April Sexton: Respira otra vez.

Treatment

Parker Kindler: On the day you were born, the Earth turned. The moon pulled. The sun flared. And then, with a push, you slipped out of the dark quiet, where suddenly you could hear…

Sarah Reese: Parker's fracture is aligned, which means he will not need surgery.

Mr. Kindler: Are you gonna put a cast on?

Parker Kindler: I want a cast!

Sarah Reese: Oh, sorry, all you get is a sling.

Natalie Manning: Hi, I'm Dr. Manning. Hey, well, I heard someone broke his collarbone this morning. Hey, buddy!

Sarah Reese: I was just telling them that their son won't need surgery.

Natalie Manning: All right, well, let me take a look. Hi, Parker. Do you mind if I check your pulse? Yeah? Thank you. All right, I'm just gonna take a little peek in here... See what's going on... He's seizing!

Lisa Kindler: What's happening to him?

Natalie Manning: Give me 1 milligram of Ativan. He's having a seizure. Does he have epilepsy?

Lisa Kindler: No!

Natalie Manning: Any history of seizures?

Mr. Kindler: No.

Lisa Kindler: You're okay, honey! You're okay. Oh, my God. What just happened?

Natalie Manning: I'm not sure, but I don't think it's related to his clavicle. With your permission, I'd like to run some tests and see what's going on.

Mr. Kindler: Of course.

Sharon Goodwin’s office

Sharon Goodwin: Come in.

Connor Rhodes: Mrs. Goodwin?

Sharon Goodwin: Thanks for coming, Dr. Rhodes. These are agents McManus and Ramirez from Homeland Security.

Ramirez: Dr. Rhodes, you have a female patient, a stowaway?

Connor Rhodes: Yes, Maria Gonzalez.

Ramirez: And she was brought in with a companion?

Connor Rhodes: She was. Miguel, her brother.

Ramirez: Her brother?

McManus: We understand he's unconscious in the ICU.

Connor Rhodes: Mm-hmm.

McManus: We would like to talk to Miss Gonzalez.

Connor Rhodes: Well, I'm afraid that she's barely conscious herself. She's in no condition to be questioned right now.

McManus: Any idea when we'd be able to talk to Miss Gonzalez?

Connor Rhodes: It's too early to say. This woman is a victim. Her father is a narco. He was planning on selling her. Her brother was only trying to save her.

McManus: Sounds like you had extensive conversations with the semi-conscious Miss Gonzalez.

Connor Rhodes: No, that's all I know.

Ramirez: Dr. Rhodes, you realize we wouldn't be here if this weren't a matter of great concern?

Sharon Goodwin: Yes, and he'll let you know as soon as you can speak to her.

McManus: Thanks.

Ramirez: We'll be back.

Sharon Goodwin: And you can count on that.

Treatment

Ethan Choi: I'm trying to make this look pretty, Cedric, but I'm afraid you're still gonna have a scar.

Cedric: That's a good thing, Doc. Bigger the better. Makes my case.

Ethan Choi: What do you mean?

Cedric: Well, you see, my pops doesn't want me to have a car. Now I can say, "See, if I had been in my ride instead of on my bike, I wouldn't have this scar."

Ethan Choi: Or if you'd been wearing your helmet.

Cedric: Doc, don't confuse the issue.

Ethan Choi: What do you think? That gonna do the trick?

Cedric: Oh, yeah. That's a Honda scar.

Ethan Choi: We aim to please. You are good to go.

Cedric: Thanks, Doc.

Ethan Choi: No problem. She'll sign you out.

Call: Dr. Choi to ICU.

ICU

Dr. Reynolds: Hold compressions.

Connor Rhodes: What happened?

Dr. Reynolds: We lost him. Time of death: 11:32.

Ethan Choi: Damn. Want me to tell his sister?

Connor Rhodes: No, I will.

Treatment

Maria Gonzalez: Mis piernas!

April Sexton: Te duele? Dónde?

Maria Gonzalez: Mis piernas!

Connor Rhodes: What's going on?

Will Halstead: Hard as a rock.

Connor Rhodes: Compartment syndrome. She must have injured her leg when she was unconscious in the plane.

April Sexton: I don't feel a pulse.

Will Halstead: Get me a Stryker needle. Let's evaluate the pressure.

Connor Rhodes: No, no, no, we are past that. She needs all four compartments released right now, or she's gonna lose this leg. Call the OR and tell 'em we're on our way up now.

Will Halstead: Fentanyl?

Connor Rhodes: 100 mics. We need repeat labs stat. CBC, lytes, and a CPK.

April Sexton: ORs are busy, at least a two-hour wait.

Connor Rhodes: That's too long. We're gonna do the fasciotomies here. Draw up to syringes of ketamine, 70 milligrams apiece, and get me 2 of Versed.

Will Halstead: Whoa, wait. You're not gonna intubate her?

Connor Rhodes: Not necessary. We can do this with deep sedation.

Will Halstead: The ketamine won’t give you much time.

Connor Rhodes: Well, then I will be fast.

Maria Gonzalez: Mi hermano Miguel.

Connor Rhodes: Give her the Versed, follow it up with the ketamine.

April Sexton: On it. BP's 120 over 82. Heart rate's 110. Sat's at 99%.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. Here we go. Okay. I'm going for the posterior compartment now. Keep her still.

Will Halstead: I'm telling you we should be in the OR.

Connor Rhodes: Just suction her out. April, 70 more of ketamine, and then come down here and help hold the leg.

April Sexton: Got it. Second dose is... In.

Connor Rhodes: Okay. Almost... Okay. Okay. Muscle looks viable, bleeds well. That should do it. Wrap her up. Send her up to the ICU.

April Sexton: Got it.

Connor Rhodes: Let me know when she's alert. I need to talk to her. Her brother just died.

Entrance

Connor Rhodes: You listen to me. When we are under the gun like that, it doesn't help to keep questioning my decisions. You follow my lead.

 

Will Halstead: Guy's father writes a big check and he acts like he owns the joint.

Maggie Lockwood: How about you cut him some slack today?

Will Halstead: Look, my mother died too. She's not getting commemorated with a new hospital ward, okay?

Maggie Lockwood: I thought you said you grew up in Chicago.

Will Halstead: Southside. Canaryville.

Maggie Lockwood: Ah. And you mean to tell me that you don't know what happened to Connor's mother?

Will Halstead: Nope.

Maggie Lockwood: Well, it was 20 years ago. You were just a kid. Connor's mom threw herself off the roof of their home. Three stories. Connor was just ten.

Will Halstead: Are you serious?

Maggie Lockwood: It was all over the news back in the day. And with the reception tonight... Lot of stuff that he probably doesn't want to have to think about.

 

Sarah Reese: I got Parker's test results back.

Natalie Manning: And?

Sarah Reese: You need to take a look. Here.

Natalie Manning: CT negative. We need to order...

Sarah Reese: An MRI, I know. I already did it. It shows excessive demyelination.

Natalie Manning: Explains the clumsiness, degeneration of motor skills...

Sarah Reese: And the seizure. I don't want to jump to conclusions, Krabbe Disease. Yeah. He's eight, so it's late-onset.

Natalie Manning: Before he becomes confined to a bed and completely vegetative. Poor kid.

Sarah Reese: What do you want to do?

Natalie Manning: Well, I've got to go talk to the par...

Sarah Reese: Dr. Manning? You okay?

Natalie Manning: No. I think my water just broke.

Sarah Reese: Oh, my God. It did.

Natalie Manning: I guess this is happening today.

Sarah Reese: Uh, can we get a wheelchair over here?

Natalie Manning: I’m sorry Sarah, but you have to go tell the parents.

Sarah Reese: What? Me? No. I can't...

Natalie Manning: You have to. I don't have the experience.

Sarah Reese: Go get Dr. Charles. He will help you. I have to go have this baby now. Thank you.

Sarah Reese: Okay.

Hallway

Maggie Lockwood: Breathe out. Exhale.

Natalie Manning: Shh.

Maggie Lockwood: That's it. One more time.

Natalie Manning: How much longer do we have to do this?

Maggie Lockwood: Ten more laps.

Natalie Manning: Ugh.

Maggie Lockwood: Make sure everything gets aligned correctly down there.

Natalie Manning: You know, I am seriously regretting making you my birthing coach.

Maggie Lockwood: Good. That means I'm doing my job. Oh, hey, handsome! Get yourself over here.

Will Halstead: Sorry.

Natalie Manning: Hi.

Will Halstead: I had to bribe Fromson to cover my shift. What do you need me to do?

Maggie Lockwood: Okay, I need you to walk with her for now and be her rock. And I will be back as soon as I can.

Natalie Manning: Wait, you're leaving?

Maggie Lockwood: Got to find somebody to cover my desk. Yup. We could be here for the next 30 hours.

Natalie Manning: 30 hours? No.

Maggie Lockwood: Not if you listen to your birthing coach.

Will Halstead: I'm not sure how fast a rock is supposed to walk.

Natalie Manning: You're doing just fine. Thank you for being here.

Helen: Natalie? It's finally happening! Ah!

Natalie Manning: Hi, Helen.

Helen: Hi, honey. And you are?

Natalie Manning: Oh, this is Dr. Halstead.

Will Halstead: Will. I work with Natalie.

Natalie Manning: And this is Helen, my mother-in-law.

Will Halstead: Congratulations.

Helen: I've got this now.

Will Halstead: Sure. Yeah.

Meeting room

Sharon Goodwin: Hello. Sorry I'm late.

Lindheim: Thanks for coming, Sharon.

Sharon Goodwin: A meeting without a single doctor present? My guess is this isn't about a medical issue.

Lindheim: Peter?

Peter Kalmick: Sharon, I know you're not gonna like this... Neither do we... But we need to discuss our stowaway patient.

Rest room

Sarah Reese: Dr. Charles? Dr. Manning said you could help me.

Daniel Charles: What's up?

Sarah Reese: I have a patient, an eight-year-old boy, Parker Kindler, and... Uh... You know what, let me back up for a second. Dr. Manning and I were treating Parker, and then she went into labour, and...

Daniel Charles: Natalie's in labour?

Sarah Reese: Mm-hmm.

Daniel Charles: How's she doing?

Sarah Reese: Fine, I suppose. Her water broke right in front of me, but that's not what I came to talk to you about.

Daniel Charles: Okay.

Sarah Reese: Dr. Manning and I just diagnosed Parker with a terminal genetic condition called Krabbe Disease, and now she's in labour, and I have to tell the parents that their eight-year-old child is going to die, and that the same thing might happen to their three-year-old. So I guess I was just wondering... How do... How do I do that?

Daniel Charles: Have a seat.

Sarah Reese: Yeah.

Daniel Charles: In my experience, it's best to be direct and get straight to the point. When people get bad news like this, they tend to get overwhelmed. They might ask you to clarify things or repeat them. You know... They might seem like they have a million questions. They might want to be left alone to begin to process the grief. The most important thing is that they need to know that somebody's there who understands what they're going through. You know...

So really it's your compassion that they need to feel.

Sarah Reese: Compassion.

Daniel Charles: Yeah. And after you tell the parents... They might want you there when they tell the child. They might not. That's up to them.

Sarah Reese: Wait. Tell the child?

Daniel Charles: Oh, yeah. The child actually needs to know.

Sarah Reese: Okay.

Daniel Charles: Look, Sarah, it's the hardest thing that you'll have to do as a doctor, right? And it doesn't get any easier. At least, it hasn't for me. But we are the ones who have been chosen to do this, and I think that there's a certain nobility in that. Okay? Good… You want me to come along?

Sarah Reese: That would be great. Thank you.

Room

Sarah Reese: Given his current symptoms, Parker has anywhere from five to seven years before the progressively degenerative nature of the disease confines him to a bed and eventually leaves him in a vegetative state.

Lisa Kindler: I mean, there must be some kind of treatment.

Sarah Reese: At the moment, no.

Mr. Kindler: You mean there's no cure? There's nothing we can do?

Sarah Reese: Um... That is correct. Krabbe is an extremely rare disease. We can treat his symptoms, but eventually Parker will need to be ventilated to continue living… There is something else. Since the disease is hereditary, we need to determine if Seth carries it as well. Do you know if he's been tested?

Lisa Kindler: Seth? I don't remember.

Sarah Reese: That's okay. I can find out. Do I have permission to check his natal records?

Lisa Kindler: Of course.

Mr. Kindler: What happens if Seth tests positive?

Sarah Reese: Since he has not yet presented symptoms, the hope is we can treat him with stem cells and stop him from developing the disease.

Mr. Kindler: The hope?

Daniel Charles: Why don't we check the records first and... And go from there?

Sarah Reese: Again, I'm so sorry.

Entrance

Sarah Reese: Excuse me.

Daniel Charles: Okay.

ICU

Nurse: Oz, turn the room over.

Connor Rhodes: Whoa. What happened to my patient?

Nurse: The Air Ambulance medics came to take Ms. Gonzalez away.

Connor Rhodes: What?

Nurse: They just left.

Entrance

Connor Rhodes: Whoa, whoa, whoa! What are you doing with my patient?

Ramirez: All right, Doc, please, it's best you stay out of this.

Connor Rhodes: No, no, no. She is under my care. She... Maria!

Maria Gonzalez: Dr. Rhodes, por favor!

Connor Rhodes: Are okay?

Ramirez: Let's keep him back.

Connor Rhodes: You get off of me.

Ramirez: I'm sorry, but she's being repatriated home.

Connor Rhodes: No, she is barely stable. She can't go anywhere.

Ramirez: She's stable enough to travel. She's gonna be accompanied by a doctor and a nurse.

Connor Rhodes: No, no, no. I can't allow this.

Ramirez: Doctor, I'm sorry. This is not up to you.

Hallway

Connor Rhodes: Mrs. Goodwin?

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah.

Connor Rhodes: You backed me up with Homeland Security.

Sharon Goodwin: Yes, I did.

Connor Rhodes: Then why did you let them deport Maria Gonzalez?

Sharon Goodwin: Not here, Dr. Rhodes.

Room

Sharon Goodwin: Give us the room.

Connor Rhodes: Hmm?

Sharon Goodwin: Homeland Security did not deport your patient.

Connor Rhodes: No, no, no. I was outside.

Sharon Goodwin: I saw them. It's the hospital that's repatriating her.

Connor Rhodes: The hospital? Why... We're doing this why?

Sharon Goodwin: Because Maria Gonzalez is undocumented and without medical insurance.

Connor Rhodes: We're legally bound to treat her.

Sharon Goodwin: Which we have done.

Connor Rhodes: She is still in critical condition.

Sharon Goodwin: We contract with a private ambulance service. They provide medical personnel for the patient.

Connor Rhodes: That's how you justify it, then?

Sharon Goodwin: Look, I wish I could wave a magic wand and fix it, but I can't.

Connor Rhodes: Maria came her for refuge. Her brother risked everything so that he could help her, and he sacrificed his life. For what? For nothing.

Sharon Goodwin: Dr. Rhodes. Damn.

Bedroom

Dr. Patchefsky: There was meconium in your water, so we'll want to watch for fetal aspiration during delivery.

Natalie Manning: Oof.

Dr. Patchefsky: Your dilation is 4 centimeters. So... Looks like you're on your way. Dr. Halstead, you can come in now.

Will Halstead: How you doing?

Natalie Manning: I'm okay. Mm.

Maggie Lockwood: All right, I got Betty to cover the desk. I'm here for the duration. What do you need?

Natalie Manning: I'm really thirsty.

Maggie Lockwood: Okay.

Will Halstead: I'll get you some ice chips.

Natalie Manning: Oh, thank you.

Maggie Lockwood: All right, thank you. Let me fluff that pillow for you. There you go.

Natalie Manning: Okay.

Hallway

Helen: Will?

Will Halstead: Yeah.

Helen: Natalie's husband, died seven months ago.

Will Halstead: Yeah, I'm very sorry for your loss.

Helen: Only seven months… What are you doing?

Will Halstead: I'm... Just trying to help. Natalie and I are friends.

Helen: Friends?

Will Halstead: And colleagues.

Helen: And that's it?

Will Halstead: Of course. I care about her.

Helen: Natalie's having a baby. She's a widow. She's vulnerable.

Will Halstead: Can you just give that to her? Tell her I'll be back later.

Trauma

Ethan Choi: What do we got?

April Sexton: 17-year-old involved in a drive-by. Triple zero. Three entry wounds in the chest.

Ethan Choi: Multiple exit wounds. He's shredded.

April Sexton: Intubated. 16-gauge IV in the right AC. Downtime 12 minutes.

Ethan Choi: Get on his chest. Open the crash cart. Milligram of EPI. Rapid transfusion line.

Nurse: Yes, doctor.

April Sexton: That's asystole.

Ethan Choi: Come on. Come on! Come on. Come on!

April Sexton: Dr. Choi? He's gone.

Ethan Choi: All right. Let's call it.

April Sexton: 18:06.

Ethan Choi: Those are my sutures. He was here this morning. I know him. Cedric. He fell off his bike.

Treatment

Lisa Kindler: Parker, honey, you've been asking why Seth had to get a test. And why your dad and I have seemed so sad...

Parker Kindler: Is something the matter?

Mr. Kindler: Yes. There is, and we need to tell you about it.

Parker Kindler: Okay.

Mr. Kindler: We asked Dr. Charles to help us in case we can't explain it very well.

Parker Kindler: 'Cause he's a doctor.

Mr. Kindler: Right.

Lisa Kindler: It turns out, honey, that... You're sick.

Parker Kindler: You mean this?

Lisa Kindler: No. Something more.

Parker Kindler: You mean, like when I get a cold?

Lisa Kindler: No… Please.

Daniel Charles: Parker... You are sick in a different way.

Parker Kindler: So should we check to see if I have a temperature?

Daniel Charles: Mm, we don't have to. You don't.

Parker Kindler: Does that mean I'm getting better?

Daniel Charles: No, buddy, it doesn't. I'm sorry. Unfortunately, you have an illness that we don't have a cure for yet.

Parker Kindler: Is this like when Finn got sick? Finn was my dog.

Daniel Charles: Oh, you had a dog?

Parker Kindler: He died. Am I gonna die too?

Daniel Charles: Yeah. You are. But not for a long time.

Parker Kindler: A year?

Daniel Charles: Oh, longer than that. More like five years.

Parker Kindler: That's a long time.

Daniel Charles: Yeah.

Parker Kindler: Will I get to eat ice cream?

Daniel Charles: I'm guessing... The answer might be yes.

Labour room

Maggie Lockwood: Push! Push, push!

Natalie Manning: Where's Will?

Helen: I don't know. Don't worry. Maggie and I are here with you.

Dr. Patchefsky: Your BP is rising.

Natalie Manning: It's still okay, right?

Dr. Patchefsky: The baby's not descending. I'm worried that he's occiput posterior and stuck in the birth canal.

Helen: What does that mean?

Dr. Patchefsky: The baby is sunny-side up. Breathe. We need to consider a C-section.

Maggie Lockwood: A C-section?

Helen: Is it that serious? Is the baby in danger?

Dr. Patchefsky: Ma'am, I'm sorry, it will be better if you’ll wait outside.

Helen: No, I'm not leaving.

Natalie Manning: Helen, it's okay. I'm fine. I promise.

Dr. Patchefsky: Ma'am.

Helen: Okay, if you're sure.

Natalie Manning: Yes.

Maggie Lockwood: I got this, Helen.

Helen: I'll be right outside.

Natalie Manning: I don't want a C-section.

Dr. Patchefsky: I don't blame you.

Maggie Lockwood: I think you're being overly cautious. That 'cause you're treating another doctor?

Dr. Patchefsky: I treat all my patients the same.

Maggie Lockwood: We're not there yet.

Dr. Patchefsky: Are you questioning my judgment?

Maggie Lockwood: I'm her midwife, and I don't think cutting into her is a good idea yet.

Dr. Patchefsky: Are you going to listen to her or your obstetrician?

Maggie Lockwood: Nat, I can turn the baby.

Dr. Patchefsky: Natalie?

Maggie Lockwood: Nat?

Natalie Manning: Let her try.

Maggie Lockwood: Breathe, breathe! Give me ultrasound.

Dr. Patchefsky: Heart rate's decelerating. Baby's still OP. We should operate.

Maggie Lockwood: Not yet. One more time. Okay, Nat? Breathe. Breathe. Breathe! Try it now. I think we have it.

Dr. Patchefsky: Yes!

Maggie Lockwood: Okay, he's in position. Okay? Okay. Okay. Give me a push. Now! That's it. That's it. Push! The baby's crowning. The baby's crowning. We're almost there. Okay.

Natalie Manning: I'm so tired.

Maggie Lockwood: Listen to me, okay? You can do this. Okay? Okay? Wait a second. Again. Three, two, one... Push! That's it! That's it! That's it. That's it! Okay, that's it. Here he is.

Dr. Patchefsky: We've got a tight nuchal cord.

Natalie Manning: What's happening?

Dr. Patchefsky: Baby's not breathing.

Maggie Lockwood: Clip. Clip.

Natalie Manning: What's happening!

Maggie Lockwood: Okay, Nat. Cut.

Natalie Manning: Tell me what's happening!

Maggie Lockwood: Here you go.

Natalie Manning: Someone tell me what's happening!

Dr. Patchefsky: Meconium in the airway.

Nurse: Suctioning now.

Dr. Patchefsky: I need you to be strong.

Maggie Lockwood: They're working on the baby. Be strong.

Dr. Patchefsky: Suction. Keep it going.

Natalie Manning: Oh, thank God!

Maggie Lockwood: Hi, hi! Here's your son.

Natalie Manning: Hi! Hi. Hi. Oh, yes. Hi.

Treatment

Parker Kindler: And you put this lace over this loop. Tie them together.

Daniel Charles: And... Cut!

Sarah Reese: Hey, I have good news. Seth tested negative for Krabbe Disease. He doesn't have it.

Lisa Kindler: Oh, my God.

Parker Kindler: We're making a movie.

Daniel Charles: Instructional videos for his brother.

Parker Kindler: Things that I learned when I was little. In case I get too sick to teach him.

Sarah Reese: That's really nice.

Daniel Charles: Okay. I got something to do...

Parker Kindler: Uh-huh.

Daniel Charles: But I'll be right back.

Conference

Cornelius Rhodes: I know all too well how difficult it is for the loved ones of those who suffer from mental illness. 22 years ago, my wife, Elizabeth, lost her battle with depression... And killed herself, scarring not only me, but our two children. Sadly, this kind of tragedy is not unique to our family, and therefore, I can only hope that my donation helps to ease the suffering, the feeling of hopelessness, that we and too many others have experienced… Thank you. So, in memory of my late wife, I have given $1 million to help build the Elizabeth Rhodes Psychiatric Ward. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you you all very much. Thank you.

Natalie’s room

Helen: He looks just like his father.

Natalie Manning: Yeah. He really does… I'm gonna name him Owen. It's Irish for "little fighter." Given how he came into the world.

Helen: Owen. I like it. Owen.

Outside

Connor Rhodes: It was a beautiful speech, Dad.

Cornelius Rhodes: Why, thank you.

Connor Rhodes: I had this patient today. She came in with her brother, and he died. He sacrificed his life for her. I never should have left Claire.

Cornelius Rhodes: No. You shouldn't have. Hurt her deeply.

Connor Rhodes: You know, I never told her about the night that Mom died, what really happened.

Cornelius Rhodes: Your mother was disturbed. She had a mental illness.

Connor Rhodes: You and I both know that that's not the reason she killed herself… Let me get this for you. Hey, Dad. I am really glad that I'm back.

Natalie’s room

All: To Owen!

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