ER Doctor REACTS to Funniest American Dad Medical Scenes #2

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2c0VkyG9QM"][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]- I've got bigger problems right now than supporting your commie music. (Dr. Jordan Wagner laughs) (upbeat music plays) Seth MacFarlane's classicsnare a staple on this channel. That's why today we are learningnabout and reacting to one of your favorites, American Dad! This show is hilarious,nbut before we get into it, if you're new to my channel, welcome, my name is Dr. JordannWagner. I'm an ER doctor. If you enjoy the educationalnreaction videos and other stuff you see here on this channel, please smash that subscribenbutton and turn your bell notifications on that way you learn when I post a new video. All right, let's dive right in. - You can't hold that pose forever. - [Dr. Jordan Wagner] Nice. - I can. I'll never quit. (Dr. Jordan Wagner laughs) - Ah the vein! - The vein, gross! And the judges love it. (Dr. Jordan Wagner laughs) - I'm absolutely losing my mind here. - You can work the musclenactually really well. So you're actually increasingnthe need for blood and oxygen to get to the tissue. Veins could potentially grow, but again, over a longer period of time. Oh, whoa. An aneurysm has a softeningnbasically spot within the blood vessel and an arteryntypically, and it can rupture. And then you would just have bleeding. What ends up also happening isnyou can have what's called a AV malformation or differentntypes of fistulas that could also cause bleeding in thenhead. So let's see what happens. - Francine's extreme exertionnduring the competition, caused her to have an aneurysm. - There you go. So the issue ends up being,nwhat is that bleeding doing? And how much is it expanding? Is a person on a blood thinner or not? These are all factors andnwhat's happening is it's a confined space. Thenmore blood in the brain, the more the brain gets compressed and is trying to escape out. Sometimes a neurosurgeon needsnto come in and do a Burr hole where they drill a hole through your skull to relieve pressure. These things are done emergentlynsometimes right in the emergency department. - She's in a coma. - This is totally my fault. If only I hadn't strongnarmed my way into that body building competition. - Stan snap out of it. - So you can see that there's a little bit of anger going on. Most likely it's related to steroids. And then we've all heardnwhat's called steroid rage, where it's just messing with your hormones and people just go nuts. - These machines are keeping her alive. - Are you guys on drugs? - Very much. - Yes an incredible amount. Yes. - Yeah. That's not good. - She's unresponsive. - What the doctor isndoing is shining a light. You're looking for a pupillary reflex. So when the doctor shines a light, you're looking to seenthat the pupils contract, when you go into an area that'snfully lit your pupils shrink to decrease the amount ofnlight that's coming in. And if you're in a darknarea, they dial it. Medications can change this as well. But it also has to do withnbasically the basic brain function. So if that's not occurring, the person probably isneither brain dead or is on potentially different types of medication. - I'm a man. A man Francine. From my head down to my low hanging -- - Oh! Right into his grapes. - Stan! Are you okay? - You actually got to be careful. You can actually like seriouslyninjure them, bruise them. Probably not as easy to rupture them. They're more of a solid organ, but you can cause inflammation, something called orchitis ornyou can cause inflammation of the epididymis, which is around it. There's always a possibilitynthat the rake actually goes through your shoe and puncturesnthe bottom of your foot to, oh my God. What is this? - Okay I'll bite. What's upnwith the gyroscope on his junk? - Stan was injured. (Dr. Jordan Wagner laughs) - I love that they call thatna gyroscope. That's awesome. - And went into a rare condition, known as testicularnretreat syndrome. His nuts were so traumatized, they ran up into his body to heal. - Testicular retreat syndrome. I'd never heard of this before. Yes. Testicles can retract up. When we were being madeninside of our mothers testicles are inside of our abdomen. And they actually descend outnthrough the different canal. So we go outside of our bodies. So sometimes people havenundescended testicles, and so what ends up happening is sometimes they need tonbe surgically taken down. The opposite typically doesn't happen. - They might drop down again someday, but the doctors say there's a good chance they'll just die up there. (Dr. Jordan Wagner laughs) - What? You can actually livenwithout your testicles. But hopefully he doesn't. If you don't have yourntesticles due to trauma, cancer, or weren't born with them. Youncan live a full, fulfilling, sexually active life. You may have a little bitnof difficulty procreating, but there's always meansnaround that as well. - Why the hell didn't you dicks show up to our balalaika concert? - I've got bigger problems right now than supporting your commie music! - It's definitely not real, but sometimes it might feelnlike you need to speak in high pitch because it hurts so bad. Whoa, a satellite just fell on him. - A shooting star just hit thenhouse. Everybody make a wish. - Is everybody candy? - With several months of physical therapy, your body should fully return to normal. - You basically don't ever putnsomebody in a mummy outfit. In a hospital it's usually a splint because if you put something in a cast, it's all the way around andnyou're still having swelling and you can actually swellninto the cast itself. Versus if you just have a splint, it allows the body to swellnin that specific area. - Of course, you'll never walk again. - What? - What? - Of course he'll walk again! - Big maybe. - So that he can't walk like, okay. Sometimes doctors may saynthat to motivate somebody. If they know him well, but sometimes if you say they can't walk, people will actually believenit and manifest it to where they won't walk. - I sincerely want you to get better. - What? This is awkward. - Now, if you'll excusenme, this bird's got to fly. - What? - Hopefully doctors don't kill themselves, but lately there've beennan uptake in suicides among physicians, suicidesnaffect all professionals, all walks of life. Ifnanybody is feeling suicidal, there's always phone numbers to call. There's always hotlines.nEven just reach out, leave messages. Peoplenwill be there to help. - What the hell was that? - I'm not hurt. - I think you're stillnon top of it back up. - No! Oh! - Oh my god I hit Francine. - Francine. - We should probably leave a note. - I can't tell you the amount of times I've treated somebodynin the last few years that has been hit by a carnit's like astronomical. We need to watch eachnother's back drivers and pedestrians. - Hello, I'm Dr. Gupta. - Is my wife going to be okay. - Really? Because thenway you're looking at me, it seems like you'renconcerned with something else. - What? What the heck? - There. Now, can we move on? - Oh my gosh. This doctornhas a weird bedside manner. When you actually go throughnyour training in medical school and residency, you're actually like taughtnbasics of bedside manner. - When you ran over your wife it caused her brain to detachnfrom her central nervous system. - So her brain detaching fromnthe central nervous system. That's almost like the brainnis just not functioning anymore. I'm assuming is whatnthey're trying to get at. - She's what we in the medicalnprofession call a husk. - I've heard of that. - So there's no medicalnterm that we use as husk. She's still got a heartbeat.nShe's still beating. The question is neurologically.nWhere does she stand? - We can reattach her brain, but it's an experimental procedure. Your insurance won't cover. - A lot of times when somebodynhas neurologic injuries, you actually need a littlenbit of time, a couple of days, at least to let things kind ofnsit in and see where they end up because inflammation canncause things to be worse. And you can give medicationsnto decrease inflammation, unless there's like a completensever of like the spinal cord. And there's no repairing it. That's a different story. - That's my wife. I don't care how much it is. I'll pay it. - It's $178,000. - Whoa. - What if I don't need her to talk? (Dr. Jordan Wagner laughs) - What if I performed the surgery? - Sometimes when a procedurencosts a lot of money, you can actually negotiate atntimes the cost to come down. Clinics and doctor's officesnthat also do income-based payments, that sort of thing. So there are options out there. - Once again, great job on that surgery. - Yeah, it was touch andngo there for a while. That all's well, that ends well. - All right we're at a rehab. - What's this one mom? - That's right, ball. (Dr. Jordan Wagner laughs) - Almost behaving as if she's had a stroke versus reattaching her brain. - Safety first. Now let her rip. - Oh my gosh. This is a bad situation. - What? - Well luckily its only a minor injury. - What the heck was that? Why would you put thatnpiece of wood on your lap? - Minor? I doubt we'd be calling it minor if it was your wee wee. - Why is he continuingnto get like traumatized to his genital areas? Now the question ends upnbeing, was it punctured? Was it burned? Let's find out. - Finally the burn ointment. - Ah, burns. The damage is already done. So now you just want to cause pain relief, which you can use pain medicationnanti-inflammatories and really the only creams or medsnthat we put on topically is ointments to keep the tissuenlike moist. So it's hydrated. And then if the skin opens upnfrom like a second degree burn with a blister, opens up, maybe an antibiotic ointment to prevent it from being infected. - Smith. I'm elbow deep insidenthe Vice-President's chest. This better be important. - Vital. How do you use ointment? - Oh just take a large gobnand apply it directly to the effected area. - Oh, okay. But the affected area is my -- - Doctor the aorta has ruptured. - Clamp onto it with both hands. - Whoa. - Okay. But to do that, I'm going to have tonput you on speakerphone. - Doctor the artery is retracting. - Pull on it, pull with all your might. - Oh my gosh. - I feel weird. Maybe I should stop. - The doctor is tryingnto talk to his nurse or his scrub tech to benable to stop the bleeding. You should probably clamp that aorta so you're not bleeding out andnit's retracting because it's a muscle. Let's see where this goes. - Don't quit on me now younson of a bitch. Keep pumping. - But I'm, I'm --- - Aww! It's got to be painful and it's going to changenbasically, it's erectile tissue. So it's going to change in sizenduring the day and nighttime cause you get nocturnalnerections. That's normal. It's going to be extremelynpainful as the skin stretches. These are hilarious. I loventhe American dad series. We can all even learn something, even though they're quite entertaining. Do you have a favorite TVnshow or a movie that features medical situations that younwant me to break down further and explain? Let me know which show ornepisodes in the comments below, or if I missed any AmericannDad scenes that I should check out for another video. As always make sure you subscribe. If you want to see more funnvideos like this one and check out my Doctor Reaction series right here, to catch up on all the reviewsnof your favorite shows. Thank you so much for watchingnand stay healthy. My friends. (upbeat music playing)<br><!-- wp:image {"id":1776,"sizeSlug":"large","linkDestination":"none"} -->rn<figure class="wp-block-image size-large"><img class="wp-image-1776" src="https://en.videoencontexto.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/ER_Doctor_REACTS_to_Funniest_American_Dad_Medical_Scenes_2_l2c0VkyG9QM.jpg" alt="ER Doctor REACTS to Funniest American Dad Medical Scenes #2" /></figure>rn<!-- /wp:image -->[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

ER Doctor REACTS to Funniest American Dad Medical Scenes #2

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