(heartbeat) – Clear a path! – What do we got, who knows the history? – Wildfires approaching,
she was frantic, collapsed. – There’s more. Discharged from
four artery bypass yesterday. EMS just brought her in? – All right, somebody draw
labs and get a blood gas. – What happened? – Intubated on the way, CPR ongoing. – Very low pulse. – Doesn’t sound good. – It’s a clear post-op infection. – Pipelines all clogged and ruptured. – Temperature is rising out of control. – Gotta open this chest up. – She’s probably bleeding.
Probably in tamponade. – Sterile drape! – Take over. Betadine? – Need wire cutter. All right cutting wires, need some help! – Clean hands opening chest. – Gotta lower the body temp. (liquid squirting) – That’s a lot of blood. – There’s a lot more damage than that. – All right, somebody clean this up! (beeping) – Start internal cardiac massage. – Give me an amp of Epi. – An amp of bicarb. – Paddles! – Heart’s not moving. – Paddles! – How much? – Charge to a hundred. – Clear. (shocking) (charging) (shocking) – The heart’s not pumping. – Keep massaging. – Still nothing. – Still no cardiac activity. – Does anybody feel a pulse anywhere? – Keep massaging. – It’s not working. – We have systemic heart failure. – Heart’s not pumping. – They’re gone, doc. – You wanna call it? – Doctor. – We’re done. – We have systemic failure. – Time of death? Midnight. – One, one thousand. Two, one
thousand. Three, one thousand. One, one thousand. Two, one
thousand. Three, one thousand. One, one thousand, two, one thousand, three, one thousand. One, one thousand, two, one thousand… (heartbeat) (beeping) (steady beeping) (heartbeat)