The ER receives a soldier with a stab wound, a young man bleeding from his ears and a young woman who overdosed on diet pills.
An inmate has a 108-degree fever; doctors treat a woman for stomach pains and discover she has been eating toilet paper.
A man calling himself the king of the gypsies arrives with a group of followers who refuse to leave his side. Also: A retired admiral's weakening condition stumps the doctors.
A man's head is impaled by a crowbar; doctors discover a strange cause behind a woman's cough; and a bride who needs treatment refuses to remove her wedding dress.
A teen injured in a football game needs emergency surgery to repair his liver.
Paramedics treat a teen who is unresponsive after a car accident and discover she's pregnant; a patient arrives with an axe in his head.
A nurse collapses while working; a woman gets stuck in a toilet bowl; and a stump grinder mangles a man's leg.
A teen with an ectopic pregnancy insists she has never had sex; a healthy patient refuses to leave the ER.
A stabbing victim is found on the street by two nurses; a doctor on a cruise ship rethinks a career move; an older patient is not responding to prolonged CPR.
A young mother gives birth, then goes into life-threatening convulsions; a nurse brings her delirious husband to the E.R., and his breath smells like mothballs; identical twin doctors create confusion in the E.R.
A skier hits a tree and has another problem in addition to his injuries: his blood will not clot. His situation worsens when the power goes out at the hospital.
A 6-year-old boy who punctured his skull with a pitchfork is rushed into surgery; a woman refuses treatment by a black doctor.
Celebrations go awry and revelers wind up at the hospital.
Nights on the town turn chaotic and end at the hospital.
A pregnant doctor is threatened by a violent patient; a mom experiences a worrisome headache during a family vacation; and a man is impaled by a fencepost.
Doctors work on a young boy who was crushed under a large stack of drywall. The blood supply to his vital organs was cut off, and there is a good possibility for multiple organ failures.
A man with blue skin is treated by doctors; a teenage girl experiences mysterious abdominal pains.
People with puncture wounds are featured.
Patients who were impaled are featured.
Plane-crash victims attract reporters to a small community ER; a doctor must decide whether to bore holes in a teen with head trauma to relieve pressure or wait to get him more help.
A woman on the way to her own wedding has a car accident and is sent to the ER with severe facial injuries. Also: a prisoner comes to the ER, but the doctors are wary of him.
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