Operation Ouch! - S05E06

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

  • Grade Level: Primary (1-3)-Junior High (7-9)
  • Subjects: Life Science, Science and Nature, Medicine
  • Produced By: Serious Lunch Ltd
  • Year: 2016
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 28m
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The Doctors head into the lab to take a look at the cells of the cones and rods in your eyes and explain the difference between central vision and peripheral vision.

In Operation Takeover, the Doctors discover the importance and difficulty of being a patient arts & entertainment coordinator.

During Ouch & About On Call, Dr. Chris explains what makes the blood vessels burst in Henoch-Schonlein purpura and how an infusion pump works, while Dr. Xand explains why we cry.

In the Ouch Patients segment, we will follow four children along their daily lives throughout the season to learn what it's like to be a regular hospital outpatient. In this episode, we meet the first two Ouch Patients. Ruby is a leukemia patient who receives regular chemotherapy treatments and Tola is a dialysis patient who is awaiting a kidney transplant.

Dr. Chris investigates what stem cells are and how researchers have developed an amazing way to make blood from stem cells that won't be rejected by transfusion patients.

In Accident & Emergency, one patient has been airlifted to the hospital with a deep cut in her chest and another patient has fallen and smacked his head on a goalpost.

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