Operation Ouch! - S03E09

This item is included in the following series/curriculum: Operation Ouch!  

  • Grade Level: Primary (1-3)-Junior High (7-9)
  • Subjects: Science and Nature, Medicine, Life Science
  • Produced By: Serious Lunch Ltd
  • Year: 2014
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 28m
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The Doctors head into the lab with a huge ball of string and some pig skin to demonstrate how blood gets absolutely everywhere inside your body via veins and arteries. They also demonstrate what happens when our arteries get blocked.

In "Ouch & About," Dr. Xand goes mobile in the Ouch Mobile. He meets a boy with hallux interphalangeus (bendy toes) and a girl with vitiligo (lighter patches of skin). He also heads out into the amusement park and explains why your legs get wobbly legs after a scary park ride and why your face stretches on a fast rollercoaster.

Plus, Dr. Xand investigates how occupational therapists and physiotherapists help people get their muscles working properly, we learn the proper First Aid when someone has been knocked unconscious, and Dr. Chris goes on call with emergency services.

In Accident & Emergency, one patient has suffered a nasty knock on his head during a rugby match and another patient has a nasty cut on his head.

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