PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Sport
In Pittsburgh, accomplished pathologist Dr. Bennet Omalu uncovers the truth about brain damage in football players who suffer repeated concussions in the course of normal play.
When Dr. Bennet Omalu and Dr.Cyril H. Wecht are discussing putting warning labels on football helmets, Dr. Wecht's comment about putting the label on both sides of the helmet is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the fact that the local team, the ... ...
Dr. Bennet Omalu:
I solved the problem. All they have to do is put on the side of the helmet, "The Surgeon General has determined that playing football is hazardous to your health."
Dr. Cyril Wecht: You got to put it on *both* sides of the helmet.
While haloperidol (Haldol) can be given intramuscularly in the deltoid as pictured, virtually no doctor would inject it through a dirty shirt as Dr. Bailes does when he injects Mike Webster in his office. Also, most doctors with a fully equipped office would have a nurse administer the drug, and they most certainly would expose the area for injection and sanitize it before injecting.
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