R | | Drama, Thriller
Haunted by the patients he failed to save, an extremely burned-out Manhattan ambulance paramedic fights to maintain his sanity over three fraught and turbulent nights.
Ten codes are not universal. They vary by department and region. This is best illustrated by 09/11 & New Orleans during Katrina, when responders from all over the nation came to assist but were unable to communicate effectively due to differences in... ...
It's not your fault. No one asked you to suffer. That was your idea.
When Frank and Larry are trying to resuscitate Mr. Burke, the E.K.G. shows asystole (flat line), but Larry then shocks him with a defibrillator, which would do nothing if the patient were really in asystole. In mitigation, however, what looks like asystole could really be fine ventricular fibrillation, and while the Advanced Cardiac Life Support protocols do not call for defibrillation on an asystolic patient, it is sometimes used just in case.
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