Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts

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Casualty 24/7: Every Second Counts

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Series 7
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A Covid spike hits Barnsley Casualty and with positive cases flooding in, pressure mounts.
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The heatwave adds to the stress at Barnsley Casualty.
Series 6
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For the first time since the Covid pandemic hit, the staff can finally remove their masks.
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It's another relentless shift at Barnsley casualty and running the hub is Sister Jane.
Series 9
1:00:00
A 52-year-old woman with osteoporosis is rushed in after a serious car crash.
Series 6
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The first heatwave of summer has hit Barnsley, adding pressure for sister Jane.
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There's a new matron in charge at Barnsley Casualty today: it's Hannah's first day.
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The staff at Barnsley casualty are enjoying an unusually peaceful start to the day.
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At the start of her shift, Sister Jane loses count of how often the emergency phone rings.
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At Barnsley casualty, there's no movement on the wards and no patient flow.
Series 9
1:00:00
Mary (86) has fallen over on her hip in the hospital car park and is rushed to resus.
Series 6
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It's another busy day for the casualty team with patient numbers unusually high.
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Juggling a back-log of walk-in patients and a flowing stream of new ambulance emergencies.
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The flow of patients at Barnsley Casualty is relentless and today staff are under pressure
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Sister Jane's clocked on to find that there are no available beds in the hospital.
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A two-year-old girl is brought in as she deals with dangerously low blood sugar levels.
Series 5
The casualty department admits a husband who was found collapsed on the floor.
Its all change at Barnsley casualty as a new system is introduced.
As winter hits, the cold weather causes a spike in admissions at Barnsley Hospital.
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