A woman’s life is ruined by extreme sweating day and night; a young teacher prays to stop living when he feels invisible bugs crawling all over him.
Brendan and his mom both lose consciousness in a high impact multi-vehicle car crash. Travis flips over the handlebars of his bike hitting the back of his head and neck. Karl goes headfirst crashing into the windshield of a moving vehicle.
A Halloween zombie with a problem below the belt mystifies doctors; 2 unconscious men are involved in an accident and a doctor helps police determine which one was the carjacker; a doctor makes a mistake that amazingly explains a patient’s condition.
A patient suddenly starts seizing, and his doctors can’t treat him until they figure out the cause; an ER physician is at a restaurant when she is thrown into an emergency situation to save a child; a pregnant woman’s heart is racing.
Doctors recount the most memorable cases they’ve ever encountered. Unusual, touching, humorous or life-changing – no story is too big or too small when it comes to the ER. The patients’ lives are hanging in the balance and it’s up to the doctors to save them.
Careers and relationships are imperiled as the patients’ worsening ailments wreak havoc on their lives. Follow the incredible true stories of people struggling with baffling and life-threatening illnesses – and the brilliant doctors who diagnose them.
All the baby books and Lamaze classes can’t prepare a pregnant woman for when labor doesn’t go quite as planned. These first-person accounts by real mothers and fathers explore their unbelievable, unexpected birth stories.
Shock Trauma: Edge of Life is an unscripted series that follows stories of the doctors, nurses, and patients at the world-renowned Shock Trauma Center on the campus of the University of Maryland in Baltimore.
An elite team of doctors from a top trauma center in the UK takes their skills out of the ER & onto the streets, in a race against time to save lives. Every case is a new mystery & gives viewers a rare inside perspective as the doctors treat patients on the spot.
Love makes the world go round, for sure. But in some instances, love and sex can lead people 'round to the swinging doors of the emergency room, with medical mishaps that are bizarre, potentially risky and very, very funny.
This special joins ordinary couple Karl and Vikki Smith on their extraordinary quest to save the life of their 3-year-old son Aidan and solve the baffling mystery of his rare illness.
In this compelling dramatic series, Sin City ER reveals the gritty real-life medical dramas that unfold behind Las Vegas’ glitzy façade at one of the most unique ERs in America: University Medical Center in Las Vegas.
This hour-long documentary explores some of the biggest issues facing America – aging, war, poverty, prisons – through the work and lives of five nurses.
Meet four individuals battling extreme cases of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. For these individuals, the most basic tasks such as doing laundry, shutting a door or sitting on a chair, can be terrifying.
Trauma Doctors takes you inside the world of London's Air Ambulance. See how this amazing team performs life-saving procedures to relieve pain, straighten broken limbs, and even do open chest surgery. At the roadside. Within minutes of injury.
Trauma Down Under follows the heroic work of the medical personnel who serve Australia’s Gold Coast – a major tourist destination known for its beaches and nightlife.
I’m Pregnant And is a series following expectant mothers dealing with unique circumstances, challenges or conditions, like incarceration, mental illness or addiction, among others.
"Strange" doesn't seem to adequately describe some of the addictive behaviors profiled on this series. "Dangerous," even "life-threatening," come much closer. Each half-hour episode features two adults who resort to extreme compulsions in an effort to soothe their emotional demon
How is Jani, diagnosed with schizophrenia at age 6, doing today at age 13? Has Bodhi been diagnosed with schizophrenia as well? How have the struggles of raising two children with mental illness impacted the Schofield family?
When Noah was born, doctors didn't believe he would survive. A scan of his head revealed he had less than 2 percent of a brain. But three years later, Noah is thriving. Leaving doctors questioning... how?