24 Hours in A&E

January 2018
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Series 1 Episode 11

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Doctors Firaz and André operate on 78-year-old Reginald, who needs surgery on a life-threatening gut condition. Other patients include Richard, who twisted his knee moon-walking in a club.
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Series 1 Episode 10

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This edition focuses on accidents, featuring one man who fell through a window while trying to clean it and another who had a nasty accident while cutting vegetables.

Series 14 Episode 1

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The St George's staff try to unravel the mystery of an unknown man who has collapsed in the street. Rick has had an accident at the gym, and three-year-old Marigold has signs of a chest infection.

Series 14 Episode 2

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This episode explores the strength of parental love. Eileen, who's 87, is short of breath and has a high heart rate. Marie has collapsed with a headache. Doting dad Andy brings in 10-month-old Erin.
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Series 1 Episode 9

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The medical team faces a range of sport- and drink-related injuries on a busy Saturday. And when a family party goes horribly wrong, a father and son sustain life-threatening injuries.
December 2017
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Series 1 Episode 8

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The medical team, patients and their families face the meaning of life and death. One of the patients is 77-year-old John, who faces a dangerous operation for a potentially deadly aneurism.
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Series 1 Episode 6

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Patients on the nightshift include a stabbing victim, an 86-year-old woman who's spent her life alone, and a former international lawyer who's lost his wife, family and home to alcoholism.
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Episode 5

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The series filmed in one of Britain's busiest A&E departments reveals what can happen when something goes wrong with the brain, most commonly as a result of a stroke
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Series 1 Episode 2

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More from behind the scenes in A&E at King's College Hospital. Motorcyclist Brendan has had a head-on collision with a car; and teenager Alex has badly injured his hand punching a window.
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Series 1 Episode 4

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Accident and Emergency at King's College is filled with injured Saturday night drunks. On an average weekend over half the cases at A&E are alcohol-related.
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