24 Hours In Emergency – 26 June 2020 – 26/6/2020 – June 26 – Friday – SBS
In this episode we follow staff as they unravel the mystery of 54 year old Richard, who comes in with a suspected stroke. Dr Vijay works fast to get to the root cause of his symptoms, however, whilst undergoing a CT scan Richard has a seizure. This gives Dr Vijay a strong indication of what has been happening to him. During this time, we hear from his wife, Mary, about how her and Richard met. The CT scan reveals that Richard has not suffered a stroke, but there is a mass on his brain. Dr Vijay prepares to tell Richard and Mary this devastating news.
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