24 Hours in A&E Season 10
24 Hours in A&E Season 10
First Air Date: October 20, 2015
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10x24 Coming Home (April 13, 2016)
A 43-year-old cyclist is brought to A&E after crashing face first into a car, with injuries are so severe that he was put into an induced coma at the scene. Meanwhile, 68-year-old Pat awaits the results of an X-ray after injuring her leg on holiday, and 89-year-old Adrian complains of chest pain.
10x23 Through Thick and Thin (March 23, 2016)
Thirteen-year-old Tom is rushed to St Georges after crashing his bike head first into a parked car while racing a friend. Doctors order a CT scan to assess his injuries and must decide whether he will need emergency surgery to his face. Plus, 26-year-old Andy comes to A&E after injuring his knee during a game of Frisbee, and 51-year-old Jason arrives after suffering from blurred vision for two days.
10x22 Heartbreak (March 16, 2016)
Seventy-five-year-old Gerry is rushed to A&E with a dangerously high heart rate of over 250bpm, and doctors suspect an underlying chest infection is the cause. Meanwhile, 92-year-old Margaret arrives at St Georges after falling over and hitting her head, and six-year-old Daniel is treated for an infected blister on his foot.
10x21 New Horizons (March 09, 2016)
Five-year-old Isa is rushed to A&E after being hit by a car and trapped underneath it, and doctors suspect the impact may have caused serious internal damage, as well as significant head injuries. Meanwhile, 26-year-old Tom is treated after slicing through his leg with a circular saw, with medics fearing the blade has cut so deeply into the muscle tissue that it could starve his leg of blood. Plus, 85-year-old retired actor Donald comes to the hospital with pain in his bladder, and consultant Faheem is concerned there may be an infection.
10x20 Work Hard, Play Hard (March 02, 2016)
Thirty-seven-year-old Robert arrives at St Georges Hospital, London after colliding with a car on his motorbike. Scans show he has a bleed on the brain, a broken jaw, and two missing teeth, and he faces potentially life-changing injuries and extensive surgery. Meanwhile, 54-year-old Mary collapsed in the street on the way to work and hit her head. Doctors need to establish whether it is simple fainting, or whether something more sinister is to blame, with tests revealing she will need a pacemaker fitted. Plus, 27-year-old Jessica comes to A&E with a wound that will not heal, after having a lumpectomy to remove breast cancer tissue two months ago.
10x19 Daddy's Girl (February 24, 2016)
Ten-year-old Ashleigh is rushed to St George's by ambulance after twisting her leg while playing football. X-rays reveal that her femur is broken and she will need surgery. Meanwhile, three-year-old Lola visits A&E with her dad after having a seizure, and 91-year-old Betty arrives with severe chest pain. Doctors carry out a blood test in order to find out whether she is having a heart attack and will require life-saving surgery
10x18 Training Day (February 17, 2016)
Doctors carry out tests on 77-year-old Martin, who was rushed to St Georges after collapsing at home and suffered two further seizures in A&E. As he waits to find out what is causing him problems, his wife Margaret talks about their life together. Meanwhile, 83-year-old widower Harry arrives with shortness of breath, chest pains and dizziness after collapsing while shopping. Paediatric nurse Kelly, who loves working with children, treats six-year-old Lilly, who has cut her head after falling off her scooter.
10x17 Till Death Do Us Part (February 10, 2016)
Fifty-nine-year-old Charulata is rushed to A&E after collapsing at home with signs of a stroke. She has a history of strokes, diabetes, and is awaiting a heart bypass, so doctors send her for a CT scan to find out what has happened. Twenty-eight-year-old carpenter Luke - who has epilepsy - arrives after cutting his finger at work. Although his girlfriend Stacy says it looks like a paper cut, he is worried it may trigger a seizure. Meanwhile, 75-year-old Anne comes to St George's after falling and hurting her arm on holiday.
10x16 Forever Young (February 03, 2016)
Eighty-one-year-old cyclist Bill is brought to St George's from Surrey after being hit by a car. He was not wearing a helmet, and doctors are concerned he may have sustained a serious head injury. Meanwhile, 93-year-old Amy arrives in A&E with her friend after a clothes airer fell on top of her while she was hanging out the washing. Plus, an emergency nurse practitioner looks after 78-year-old Samuel, who landed on his face after falling over some boxes.
10x15 Stiff Upper Lip (January 27, 2016)
After falling over during the night at home and being rushed into A&E, 85-year-old Maura faces potentially life-changing injuries. CT scans reveal broken bones in her spine, and her son and daughter-in-law must decide when to share the gravity of the situation with Maura and her granddaughter Meg. Meanwhile, 37-year-old doctor Jim arrives at St Georges after a collision with a van while he was cycling to work. Despite putting on a brave face, scans reveal his injuries are more serious than first thought. Plus, a chef is treated after cutting her thumb while chopping peppers at home.
10x14 Stronger Together (January 20, 2016)
Fifty-two-year-old retired firefighter John is airlifted to A&E after being accidentally hit in the face by a golf club, which hit him so hard that it snapped. With a suspected critical head injury, he is sent for a CT scan, and doctors are concerned that his right eye is not reacting as it should and he is weak down the right-hand side of his body. Meanwhile, 77-year-old Joan arrives in St Georges after falling down the stairs at home and hurting her leg. As she waits to be treated, she talks about growing up in Camberwell.
10x13 Altered States (January 13, 2016)
A 79-year-old woman is brought in with signs of a stroke, and neurologist Dr Mahinda opts for a treatment that only has a slim chance of success. A 77-year-old man with diabetes has an infection in his toes, and doctors consider amputating his foot to stop it spreading. A woman's false eyelashes leave her with abrasions to her eyes.
10x12 Glass Half Full (January 06, 2016)
Three-year-old Louie is airlifted to St George's after being run over by a car while playing outside, with doctors expressing concern about his neck, which seems to be stuck in one position. Elsewhere, 14-year-old Josh is treated after injuring his ankle when riding a BMX with his father on the front. Meanwhile, 41-year-old Sam arrives in resus with a cut to her head and possible spinal and internal injuries after losing control of her car and crashing into a tree.
10x11 Extra Time (December 30, 2015)
Eighty-four-year-old Paula is referred to St Georges for urgent treatment, after a routine blood test detected that she has a dangerously high level of potassium in her blood. Meanwhile, 74-year-old Derek is brought into A&E after suffering a suspected stroke. As he goes for emergency surgery, his devoted wife Mary is determined to help him recover. Plus, 31-year-old fireman Glenn arrives with a suspected abscess in his throat; he is joined by his twin brother Dean and the pair are inseparable.
10x10 Fathers and Sons (December 23, 2015)
In an edition of the documentary focusing on fathers and sons, 51-year-old builder Rod is rushed into A&E after falling 18 feet from scaffolding onto concrete. When scans reveal that he has fractured some of his vertebrae and will require extensive surgery, his wife Nicky is left to call their two sons to prepare them for bad news. Meanwhile, 86-year-old retired policeman John is brought to St Georges with a head injury after falling off a wall. As doctors assess the severity of the damage, he talks about how his career took over his life, so much so that he missed the birth of his son. Plus, 19-year-old cyclist Mack requires specialist help for a dislocated shoulder, after he collided with a Porsche. His dad explains how adopting him and his brother changed all of their lives.
10x09 Independence Days (December 16, 2015)
Twenty-two-year-old motorcyclist Adam is brought into A&E after crashing into a car and being thrown 30 metres. He has possibly injured his neck and spine, and doctors are concerned that he may be at risk of losing his foot due to his severe leg injuries. Meanwhile, a 78-year-old former nurse arrives in St George's after becoming dizzy at her sewing class, and doctors worry she has had a stroke. Plus, 18-year-old Rosa is treated after falling off her bike on the way home from a night out with friends.
10x08 Brave Heart (December 09, 2015)
A five-year-old is rushed into St George's struggling to breathe, and her mum reveals how she has spent months in Great Ormond Street Hospital after being diagnosed with a rare form of juvenile arthritis. Meanwhile, an 83-year-old man in a confused state arrives in A&E after falling over, and as doctors carry out tests and a CT scan, his wife helps them understand the reason behind his confusion. Plus, a twelve-year-old girl must be brave as she undergoes treatment for a nasty cut on her leg.
10x07 First Impressions (December 03, 2015)
Mechanic Grant, 34, is rushed in after being crushed against a brick wall by his own car, which he was working on at the time. Doctors are concerned he has a serious pelvic injury and other internal wounds and work quickly to establish how severe they are. Meanwhile, 44-year-old Doug, who has a rare growth on his head and face which is prone to profuse bleeding, arrives in A&E, and 23-year-old cage fighter Charlie is treated in minor injuries for something in his eye.
10x06 Out of Sight (November 24, 2015)
Cameras follow a 10-year-old who has severed his finger at school and a stonemason who has dropped a slab of marble on his hand. Meanwhile, a 74-year-old partially sighted woman is brought in by her neighbour after breaking her ankle in a fall, and draws the medical staff into stories of her challenging childhood.
10x05 Handle With Care (November 17, 2015)
Cameras follow Lawrence, 26, who is rushed to St George's after being hit by a car while crossing the road on a night out in Eastbourne. Meanwhile, 53-year-old Katrina is brought to A&E after having difficulty breathing and experiencing chest pains that could indicate a heart attack.
10x04 Give Me Strength (November 10, 2015)
Ninety-one-year-old Cyril is airlifted to hospital after a car crash which required him to be cut from his car. Meanwhile, the medical team treat 57-year-old Caroline, who arrives at St Georges with chest pains, plus five-year-old Roman has a pencil stuck in his ear.
10x03 Always On My Mind (November 03, 2015)
Surgeons must plan their next move carefully when Daisy, a 22-month-old girl, arrives at St George's Hospital by air ambulance after being kicked in the head by a horse at her family's stables. Meanwhile, 54-year-old Mike, who has a form of medication-resistant epilepsy, arrives in minors with a bandage around his jaw after falling face-first onto the pavement. Plus, 100-year-old Florence and her daughter Frances, who was diagnosed with dementia three years earlier, arrive at the hospital when the former suffers what appears to be a stroke.
10x02 One Step at a Time (October 27, 2015)
Nineteen-year-old motorcyclist Sam is airlifted to St George's after crashing into a bus and being thrown under a car. He is placed in an induced coma and CT scans reveal Sam has bruising to his lungs, a ruptured kidney, a broken thigh bone and a fractured spine. The priority of the medics is is to stop his internal bleeding, while Sam's parents are rushed to the hospital by police. Meanwhile, seven-year-old Raheem arrives in A&E with his dad Dennis after cutting his wrist while playing at home, and 59-year-old Therese turns up with a painful lump on her finger.
10x01 To Sir, With Love (October 20, 2015)
Documentary following life inside the A&E department at St George's in south west London, where the patients treated include John, 89, who has acute abdominal pain. The medics think it could be an abdominal aortic aneurysm, which can prove fatal, and test results mean emergency surgery is required. Meanwhile, 68-year-old Mick and his wife Linda have been involved in a head-on car crash, with Mick suffering multiple injuries that could be life-changing, and 10-year-old Niall is brought to A&E after falling out of a tree during a family picnic and breaking his arm