Documentary series about eye-watering medical cases in A&E departments. Includes a housewife who has stitched up her husband's arm with a needle and thread and no anaesthetic.
Freema Agyeman narrates a series focusing on the most extraordinary and eye-watering cases to come through the doors of a British A&E department.
Includes a man whose nostrils are packed to bursting point with bandages and has to have the stuffing extracted, a housewife who has stitched up her husband's arm with a needle and thread and no anaesthetic, and a dog walker who has a finger pulled off after getting it caught in a lead.
Plus, how surgeons saved a man impaled on a fence post.
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|Executive Producer||Mark Downie|