Doctor Reacts To House MD Obesity Episode | Medical Drama Review

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    Doctor Mike

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    House MD is one of the most entertaining medical shows out there… but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the most accurate. Today I watched Season 3 Episode 6 “Que Será Será“. In this episode, an obese man is assumed dead by some firefighters, only to find he’s actually in a coma… after they’ve cut a hole in his wall to remove him. House, Foreman, Cameron, Cuddy, and Chase dive in running a series of tests that’s hard to believe in order to find out what’s wrong with the poor gentleman. They test for STD’s, foreign pathogens from his produce, run x-rays and MRI’s… quite frankly it gets a little out of hand and the poor guy suffers a lot. This episode shares an importance lesson in leading with compassion when it comes to treating patients, especially ones living with obesity.

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tyona wilson
tyona wilson

You should do s7 ep11 of house just finished watching it and was totally confused on what's going on

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99Cliona
99Cliona

@jennifervan75 it'd take the shortest route to the giant magnet

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99Cliona
99Cliona

@Fiearen Elvarto that's a really good question. Especially if you live outside of the US and can afford preventive healthcare. I hear it's nice 🙂

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Andre Jones
Andre Jones

Foreman was preforming brain surgerys before he started working for house actually lol. When he transfer hospitals he was offered the top nirologest job but chose to work for house instead. Later in the show you learn that an that's why I'm the later seasons he becomes houses equal in the department.

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*_Mark_*
*_Mark_*

Foreman is specifically a neuro surgeon by the way

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Caleb Ra
Caleb Ra

Can you react to Hospital Playlist

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Podemos URSS
Podemos URSS

According to my uncle (who is a retired surgeon), had he been House's boss, he would have fired House after a week or less.

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Nicholas
Nicholas

“HbA1c does not change day to day.” THANK YOU. I was about to go off on House.

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Scott Burton
Scott Burton

I do have a question about a couple factors you mentioned. 1. The patient can leave AMA (against medical advice) if they can consider the consequences and verbalize their understanding and desire to do so. (Paraphrasing) 2. You can't let a patient who hasn't stood up since he arrived without a PT consult... (setting him up for failure, need to transfer,etc.) IF the patient is leaving AMA, can you actually stop him because of a PT consult? Just asking because it seems like one supercedes the other.

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Beverley
Beverley

Dr. Mike, EVERY DOCTOR I HAVE EVER SEEN talks about my weight before they do any tests or exams. I've shown up with massive cluster and migraine headaches and was asked if I was doing anything to bring down my weight. No asking history or finding out that I live with Hashimoto's Disease. In the end, they decided without any history or exam, that if I wasn't overweight, I wouldn't have high blood pressure and extreme headache. I was sent home and told to diet. It was about a month or so later, at the next ER visit, that a new doctor diagnosed migraines. I've had to fight tooth and nail for health care and am still fighting. Fat bias is real. As for equipment, clinics and hospitals even need to look at chairs - as most chairs are narrow with arms. Even in our local lab, it's set up with a narrow high chair that is very difficult to sit in, when you carry weight. Thank you for speaking out on this!

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David Penn
David Penn

Let's say you have a chronic lung infection and ate prescribed prednisone, that's like the number one cause of fluid retention hen e weight.

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Pato Ultimate
Pato Ultimate

2:53 Well the exam I studied for by googling how water is desalinated was marked as stuff I know but hey, always listen to the doctor.

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hotsouce
hotsouce

My cat got a cat scan

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Shaun K.S.
Shaun K.S.

Its understood from the beginning of this series that the reason why they're always checking for zebras is because horses have already been ruled out by previous doctors before getting to houses team.

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Stephanie Fuentes
Stephanie Fuentes

*Anger Cramp* 😂

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WarPoodle 2600
WarPoodle 2600

The number of times I've been told by Dr that any problem i have must be because I'm over weight, has made me not go to a Dr in over a year... except for when I broke my foot. The way it always goes is I talk about my headaches I get every week, the sharp pain in my upper back and the feeling super queasy every morning for basically my whole life. And they tell me to lose weight, without doing any tests or anything. I'm not even all that heavy.... like 190lbs. Definitely not small. But I don't feel like I'm crazy heavy. And the headaches and queasiness has been a problem since I was like 17 and 115lbs.

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Baylie Luschen
Baylie Luschen

Coincidentally my dad is a paramedic and was just telling me the other day how one time they had to take a patient’s doors off the hinges to get them out of their home and into the ambulance. One of the medics was actually trying to call them right there as she didn’t think they could even get the patient out of the house in time and to the hospital (as the patient was in cardiac arrest)

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james munroe
james munroe

Tip MOST of the time with house. the patient has already seen many doctors, and the tests have already been done. this is why they are able to say "It doesnt appear to be anything wrong with him", the tests were already done, probablym ore than once.

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james munroe
james munroe

You constantly said "Why didnt they do this", but oyu dont seem to know the show lol, you gotta learn about the show first or the whoel thing just soudns silly!! lol

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Dusan Zdravkovic
Dusan Zdravkovic

as far as i remember, Forman is a neuro surgeon...

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Sylent 🌟
Sylent 🌟

I can tell you doctors do look at weight & make a quick decision & write you off. I went to the hospital 2 times with chest pain & was told I have indigestion & my diet without asking what or how I eat (I eat healthy & my issue is I don't eat enough) or taking into consideration I have Graves disease. It wasn't till my last time a doctor did stress tests & I failed both & am waiting while they figure out the best way to fix my heart right now depending on nitroglycerin if my heart goes crazy before that... It would be nice if all doctor did their jobs properly but they do not...

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Mira Heervagen
Mira Heervagen

You should see Chicago MED 👍

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Kira Yoshikage
Kira Yoshikage

I wouldn't be surprised if everyone in that hospital was on a hitlist created by the government

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Justin Jones
Justin Jones

Dr. Mike wants a CT scan, but a 700+ man won't fit into a CT scan. You can do bedside x-rays but anything more advanced is unlikely unless you're in a specific bariatric center or able to transport to a zoo.

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Justin Jones
Justin Jones

Nevermind it was discussed a few seconds later.

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Michelle Spencer
Michelle Spencer

If dr. Hottie mike is russian why foes he speak english so well he can be my dr.

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Seriously Syrup
Seriously Syrup

House is disturbing but I watched it because Doctor Mike made it even better. Although I’m now scarred.

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Dismythed & JWA
Dismythed & JWA

House's team was a specialist team that the hospital calls in AFTER they have exhausted all traditional avenues. House's team looks for common misdiagnoses first, then consider rare, mixed and then new diseases. It's an order of likelihood mechanism that they demonstrated episode after episode. Many times they misdiagnose in the series because they hold rigidly to this mechanism.

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Kureijī Satsujinsha
Kureijī Satsujinsha

Does Dr. Mike know that they usually send cases that others couldn’t figure out to House?

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Natalie Rose
Natalie Rose

Hey Dr. Mike, I am a huge fan of House MD. Foreman actually is a neurologist. They all specialize in something House just makes them do everything because of how unethical he is. House specializes in every department of the hospital (dudes a genius he knows a lot of languages) Foreman is a neurologist. Cameron is a immunologist. Chase is a cardiologist.

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Ethan123
Ethan123

@Dr mike pls is he died plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz plz tell me

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Brian Percival Wolfric Aberforth Snape
Brian Percival Wolfric Aberforth Snape

The rest of the implausibility of anything in an episode of House (which is a show I love) aside, you have already failed in your analysis. That's not what was said. This is the problem with people that don't listen. "46 year old guy in a coma. Doesn't __APPEAR__ to be anything wrong with him except the fact that he weighs over 600 pounds." I wouldn't trust you as a doctor if you can't even listen to a simple sentence.

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GoAwayImNotSocial
GoAwayImNotSocial

Food coma is real here is how. I have a dairy allergy. If i eat something with milk , butter, or cheese i get sleepy. This is anaphylaxis related. Luckily I try to watch what I eat, have my EPI pens and never eat alone.

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STRIKEFORCE
STRIKEFORCE

Dr. Foreman is a neurosurgeon

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Christine Clare Vilgos-Mitchell
Christine Clare Vilgos-Mitchell

Dead bodies do pass gas, right. I always thought bodies got extra gassy.

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espionage6
espionage6

Just a reminder: Foreman is a neurologist.

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HouseOfOrchestra
HouseOfOrchestra

Please dont get this wrong, but You are reacting from this Year 2021, this Episode was aired 2006, so your Knowledge is, of course, more advanced !

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Damian Curran
Damian Curran

Please do a review of the movie John Q. With Denzel Washington, James Woods, Robert Duval, etc..

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Alyssa Garner
Alyssa Garner

The way they dehumanize this patient for being overweight is sickening.

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* Rabinowitz
* Rabinowitz

House is on the premise that patients that other doctors can't figure out cause. So this is after an E.R. doc, and other specialists have run tests and still can't figure out what's wrong.

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Michelle Christensen
Michelle Christensen

Nurses, MAs and PAs hurt themselves all the time trying to help obese patients. Being obese isn't just a risk to oneself.

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Luis Alberto Pérez Nájera
Luis Alberto Pérez Nájera

The main question is: should they even try to save him?

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engeltjebaleno
engeltjebaleno

i'm just trying to imagine how somebody that size could get an STD. Not hating or saying nobody could be atracted to a big person, but Physically how it can happen.

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Piper Ravenscroft
Piper Ravenscroft

I feel very bad for the patient in this episode, he seemed so sweet

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joshua morgan
joshua morgan

I WOULD PAY FOR YOUR PATERON IF YOU REVIEW AND FACT EVERY HOUSE MD SEASON 1 TO WHATEVER!!!!! PLZ

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David Lewis
David Lewis

Forman is a neural surgeon

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jeanie bayer
jeanie bayer

wait why do i remember a different ending? like he had some genetic disease that was causing all the issues. That could have been an earlier part of the episode, but that’s what I remember.

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Kyle Chalupa
Kyle Chalupa

We can’t deny treatment to people we don’t agree with or approve of.

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Ebonstone
Ebonstone

If it helps at all, Foreman is supposed to be a Neurosurgeon.

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Alexis Vandom
Alexis Vandom

To be fair, it was established in other episodes that Foreman is actually a neurologist, so it's not AS farfetched as you might think.

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Sara Blackmon
Sara Blackmon

Love your videos! I challenge you to go on the show Hot Ones 💪🏻😎

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João Gomes
João Gomes

Like the patient is 600 pounds, collapses and enters a coma you would think like Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Pyelonephritis, Lung Infection, Food Toxicity, Kidney Failure... you gotta have a love hate relationship with House MD ahah

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Chris
Chris

According to Dr Mike. Doctors are not allowed there own opinions. Also house only takes zebra cases.

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Jodie Carlson
Jodie Carlson

As an overweight woman, I love you Dr. Mike!! Thank you for not being judgy. I'm a psychiatric nurse, going on 14 years now! Wow how time flies!!

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Darwin Bodero
Darwin Bodero

8:18 Bruh you gotta do what it takes to work for house. Break into mfer’s houses. Drug patients. Brazenly disregard basic ethics. Get with the program

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Darwin Bodero
Darwin Bodero

6:30 Mike shitting on Cameron just like House would

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Darwin Bodero
Darwin Bodero

5:54 Mike is the new Chase tbh.

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alvatrous
alvatrous

"the patient can always leave" when it comes to rehab hospitals leaving AMA is a huge deal for the pt and can get them denied a lot of care in the future. something to keep in mind.

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Mobysimo
Mobysimo

I'm starting to think there are no other doctors in this hopstial and that's why they have to do everything Everyone else we see is either a nurse or a student

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snickle1980
snickle1980

I finally Understand why Dr Neil Tyson stopped tweeting about what movies got wrong. 😂

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Watch Hill
Watch Hill

Seeing that guy going into the MRI brings back bad memories. I'm a big guy. I mean, I'm not thin by any means, but my biggest problem is my shoulders. My lower body fits in the MRI tube just fine, but my shoulders will not go through. The first time I had an MRI was when I learned about the problem with my shoulder.....and when I learned I have a touch of claustrophobia. In order to get my shoulders in the tube, the technician literally lifted my shoulders up and crammed them into the tube (think sausage in a casing). While I had never had a claustrophobic reaction before, being jammed in that machine certainly triggered such a reaction.......within a few seconds of being jammed in there. I ended up screaming so loud the people in the waiting room (a couple hundred feet and several doors away) heard me. I don't know why, but I was absolutely certain I was going to die if I remained in that tube. This was how I learned of the wonderful thing called the "Open MRI", which I am careful to ask for whenever I need to have another MRI. Probably one of the worst experiences of my life.

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Chibi Cherub
Chibi Cherub

Okay thats kinda the whole point of the show is they don't get to house unless they are a "freak" case.

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Fumbles McStupid
Fumbles McStupid

Fun fact that I think Dr Mike should have commented on, the actor Pruitt Tailor Vince really does have nystagmus. Makes him easily recognizable in roles. Good actor!

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MacabreMole
MacabreMole

"You need to throw all of the tests at the patient" Hey, you wanna talk to my doctors? Or start advocating for all the chronic illness patients that sit in undiagnosed limbo because doctors refuse to check for multiple things directly requested by the patient. Would be great.

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anita Crumbly
anita Crumbly

srsly though!!!

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Ciara s
Ciara s

Movies gone start hiring you to make sure they’re medically accurate 😂

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Elizabeth Hall
Elizabeth Hall

One of the biggest problems is how expensive healthy food is in the United States. This wasn't a problem when the government wasn't in cahoots with big food companies. Local farming needs to have a resurgence.

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Mo Zubia
Mo Zubia

“Please tell me it’s a neurosurgeon and not just Foreman… IT’S FOREMAN” 😂😂😂

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Nightknight
Nightknight

pretty sure foreman actually was a neurologist in the show :D

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Ishaan Awasthi
Ishaan Awasthi

Foreman was a neurologist, but that's not the same as a neurosurgeon.

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5210smile
5210smile

They skip showing us steps 1-49, not doing them. They only bring House the hard ones, so they had to rule out most of the basic stuff. We know this is based on Holmes, right!?!?!? Aight, that neuro was always Forman's specialty

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5210smile
5210smile

Aren't they fellows, not residents?

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Ishaan Awasthi
Ishaan Awasthi

Agree with the first two points, but Foreman is a neurologist, not a neurosurgeon. But when the show has very complicated procedures they actually do show specialists performing it. Still there are a lot of things that residents shouldn't be doing, like operating MRI machines (or, y'know, breaking into patients' homes).

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pgame20
pgame20

*heavy eye roll*

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Warfare Comics
Warfare Comics

I love watching these types of videos, getting real world input from professionals like Dr. Mike! Keep em coming👍

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Derek Willbanks
Derek Willbanks

Dr forman was neurosurgeon, each one had a specialist. House was board certified immunotherapy

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Amanda Shoemake
Amanda Shoemake

It's cute he says doctors shouldn't judge based on weight. I've never been to one single doctor that didn't preface everything with a weight judgment. Including issues that have nothing to do with it. Got pneumonia? "You know, if you weren't fat.." Got rheumatoid arthritis and the inflammation is raging out of control making it impossible to walk? "If you weren't fat, you'd be better." Strep throat? Flu? Fibromyalgia? Yep. I've heard it. I'd truly love to find a doctor that would look at the actual issue.

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Nunna Lakshmi Saranya
Nunna Lakshmi Saranya

Weren't dr house patients special ones , I mean they were taken to another doctor and then brought to dr house , because diagnosis wasn't done ? Am I wrong in this?

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Aspen Kaycee Downing
Aspen Kaycee Downing

"Patient that are sick enough to make it to me...." House is meant to be about zebras not horses. Can we assume that they already know those results and thats why they do the weird tests?

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Theminecrafter
Theminecrafter

The hospital didn’t let my brother leave when he wanted to because the had a fever that was nonexistent because the had him under a thick blanket for a while. What do you think they should had said and done?

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Arturo Aguilar
Arturo Aguilar

"I think that's kind of cold..." Welcome to House MD: the show that made cold jerks popular!

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Jackery Pumpkin
Jackery Pumpkin

Reviewing anything except House is silly. More House pls

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♡ーFloralー♡
♡ーFloralー♡

Haha Cat scan, sound like the purrfect scan

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Michael Fitzgerald
Michael Fitzgerald

This has nothing to do with anything, but you have the most beautiful eyes I’ve ever seen.

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Vinnie Syarif
Vinnie Syarif

I can see Mike losing his mind if he were to work for House

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Fedora Bros
Fedora Bros

The reason the head lady is talking like that Is because house only takes specific cases and she knows that house won't take it because it sounds easy.

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Fedora Bros
Fedora Bros

And they forget the horses(easy stuff) because they take cases no one else can figure out

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Zain Abidein
Zain Abidein

House: i look for zebras because other doctors rule out all the horses.

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Son of Ra
Son of Ra

I just need to point this out, he said let a neurosurgeon be doing this and not Foreman but Foreman IS the team's neurosurgeon. That was one of the reasons House picked him

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Ghostess
Ghostess

You didn't know that! You googled it! Me: Or he's just a fan of classic Simpsons episodes....

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January Canary
January Canary

It's funny to see him reading a script 🤣 for his sponsor while he's always so spontaneous and geniune otherwise.

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KaitharVideo
KaitharVideo

I could be wrong, but I interpret the remark about non-compliant diabetics to mean (simplified) "we can't force diabetics to receive treatment"... I know that there instances where certain things will make people ineligible for treatment (I think liver transplants for serious substance abusers is an example) but it seems stupid that such ineligibility would be involved here

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Maxamillion 260
Maxamillion 260

Just saying as a rad tech, a portable X-ray on a 600 lb plus pt that’s unconscious would be very difficult, just because it’s portable doesn’t make it easier. Plus on a pt that size a portable X-ray machine may not be able to properly penetrate the patient and produce a radiograph of diagnostic quality, even a standard X-ray machine room may not be able to do it.

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Susan Berscheid
Susan Berscheid

They said the medication Phenetoin wrong,the last 4 letters rhyme with coin,not toe in.

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FreeWorldSpirit313
FreeWorldSpirit313

It makes me laugh when he's like "why aren't they doing abc it's so simple and common" and as a layperson nearly everything goes over my head

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Ace
Ace

As someone who is going into the FBI (BAU) I love dr Mike he makes it when I come home for collage feel less stress full

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forgetful stranger
forgetful stranger

Thyroid storm in an obese patient? I thought you said to think of horses not zebras.

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Wendy Domino
Wendy Domino

A few years ago a doctor assumed I must be diabetic due to my size and ran my blood sugar and it came up normal so they had me do two other tests before they would accept I had a normal blood sugar.

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clarissa plaatjies
clarissa plaatjies

it's not a nice feeling or experience to tell a patient they exceed the weight limit for our CT scanner. On both sides

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Blake Davis
Blake Davis

How are they going to get a CAT scan? I mean, I can't think of a CT table that is rated for 600 pounds. They'd have to take him to the zoo, for real. EDIT: I posted this in the middle of watching the video. Glad I wasn't off track. EDIT 2: Could they even do a chest x-ray? The detector isn't rated for that weight, either. I suppose they could do it on a CR casette.

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O O
O O

Please please do Dr Death!

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Goldie Fatale
Goldie Fatale

Randomly found your channel and a social worker (not even a doc) I could neverr watch this show, way to unethical and dumb.

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Mister Nice Guy
Mister Nice Guy

Also, A1C actually is capable of being altered under certain conditions. Abuse of illegally obtained Erythropoietin, for example.

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Shardae A
Shardae A

Would he actually break the glass like that? Like there was hardly any force to his fall. They’re overdoing it, we get it. He’s obese.

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easton fischer
easton fischer

do a episode on sex and aids

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Darkfox Hammerthall
Darkfox Hammerthall

Indeed it can be difficult to deal with larger patients. When I was a firefighter part of my department's job was lift assist. For larger people EMTs would have us help get them into the ambulance. They could call us in without regard of where it was an emergency or just a transport. Though despite being a free of charge service many still didn't want to go through calling it in. We always tried to help though and we never made fun of anyone for needing lift assist. It's not always the weight that was the problem too. One guy taken a whole crew of people helping because of the situation. He might have been about 250 pounds of muscle and standing at 6 foot+ but the issue was he was up on top of a hill and had to be brought down to get to. He was a hunter which had taken a fall out of a tree stand and broke his back. Couldn't get a helicopter or an ambulance close to where he was. It was also a pretty steep incline to get down with lots of mud. They had to take us up there in atvs but it was a long, slow and slippery job to get back down. We kept 6 people holding onto the backboard and swapped out people if they were tired or sliding too much cause of the mud. About 1.5 miles we had to pack him off that hill. However, we did get him down and on the ambulance. Especially, when responding in emergency situations you can't make excuses. You work with your team and find a solution to the problem. It can still be scary when they are light depending on the situation. We had this one girl involved in a crash with a broken femur. For anyone reading that doesn't know it's terrifying because when moving someone with a broken femur that bone can puncture a main artery and if that happens the person can bleed to death before we can get to the hospital. It's standard procedure to use med-flight in these cases because of the risks involved. Well to get that person to the helicopter they still had to be moved 100 or so feet. Not far but enough to where a slip up could cause big consequences. She was just this tiny teenaged thing but there wasn't one booty hole there that day that wasn't tightly held shut that day. I wasn't even lifting that day and I was terrified. I was on back up just in case with our more experienced people lifting. Luckily nothing went wrong and she got treatment for the leg.

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Sara White
Sara White

Prader- Willi syndrome?

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Jiaqi Niu
Jiaqi Niu

I think it's important to note that you often refer to House's team as residents. They're not residents, they've graduated and have already done their residency. They're legit doctors

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JellyBean0776
JellyBean0776

Oh God... He's unrealistically PC for the views. You took an oath to do now harm, that's harmful.

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Jasmine M
Jasmine M

What does PC mean?

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lior reich
lior reich

Hey d.r Mike, as a pediatric er nurse i totally get what some of your issues with the show (though what’s bothering me the most is the absence of the nursing staff) but one important thing to understand about all the “zebras” is house’s department is diagnosis which is odd but means that they almost always get the cases that other doctors failed to diagnose and that’s how he has a lot of info about a patient right from the start

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isaac hall
isaac hall

Foreman’s specialty was neurology, but I don’t know if the qualifies you to do neural surgery

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