As Guthrie takes on a new position as the hospital chaplain, he considers having a risky surgery to treat his Parkinson's. Also, the doctors treat patients who arrive at Angels from an apartment fire.
- Marcia Gay Harden as Dr. Leanne Rorish
- Boris Kodjoe as Dr. Will Campbell
- Melanie Chandra as Dr. Malaya Pineda
- William Allen Young as Dr. Rollie Guthrie
- Harry Ford as Dr. Angus Leighton
- Benjamin Hollingsworth as Dr. Mario Savetti
- Jillian Murray as Dr. Heather Pinkney
- Luis Guzmán as Jesse Sallander
- Rob Lowe as Col. Ethan Willis
- Cress Williams as Dr. Cole Guthrie
- Jay Harrington as Dr. Leo Fields
- Noah Gray-Cabey as Dr. Elliot Dixon
- Emily Tyra as Dr. Noa Kean
- William Stanford Davis as Emmanuel Johnson/Emmanuel Guthrie
- Tracey Heggins as Tracy Harris
- Christopher Darga as Larry
- Eyal Podell as Devon
- Britt Adams as Lola Johnson
- Rita Khori as Rima
- Tyler Young as Jared
- Angela Relucio as Risa Park
- Abigail Klein as Nurse Eloise
- Reece Cody as Jack Harris
- Nawal Bengholam as Interpreter
- Lance Irwin as Fire Chief
- Jim Titus as Paramedic #1
- Terrence Edwards as Paramedic #3
- Kane Lieu as Paramedic #4
- Brandon Brown as First-Year Guthrie
- Aiden Berryman as Child Guthrie
- Smoke inhalation
- Myocardial infarction
- Diastolic murmur
- Aortic rupture
- Cardiogenic shock
- Cardiac bypass
- Aortic repair
Emmanuel, 55, came into the ER after an apartment fire. He had smoke inhalation and was short of breath. He also had severe chest pain. He was having a heart attack, so they took him to the OR for bypass. Before they could take him, he crashed, so they did CPR as they took him to surgery. He survived his surgery, but his aortic valve later ruptured, so they rushed him back to surgery, where he died.
- Smoke inhalation
- Breathing treatment
Rima, 28, came into the ER after an apartment fire. She had smoke inhalation and was extremely agitated when they brought her in. The paramedics believed she was hypoxic. However, Ethan heard her speaking Arabic and said she was saying something about a baby. Her breathing got worse, so they gave her a breathing treatment to open up her lungs and haldol to calm her down.
Larry came into the ER after an apartment fire.
- Hepatic laceration
- Broken legs
- IVC fracture
- Closed reduction
Lola, 26, fell two stories out a window helping her father get out of a burning building. She had blunt trauma to her abdomen and both her legs were broken. She had no blood flow to her foot, so the reduced her fracture in the ER, which restored blood flow. They also ordered a CT of her abdomen, which showed a laceration to her liver. Despite warnings to stay in bed, she tried to get up and her pressure dropped. She opened up her liver laceration and her abdomen filled with blood. They moved her to Center Stage and opened her abdomen to try to stop the bleeding so they could move her to the OR. They stopped the bleeding and took her to the OR, where will believed he'd be able to save most of the liver. She survived the surgery and was awake and stable afterward.
- First-degree burns
- Second-degree burns
- Will Campbell (surgeon)
- NICU Care
Sami was bought into the ER after an apartment fire. He had first- and second-degree burns, but was stable. He was taken to the NICU.
- Carbon monoxide poisoning
- Hyperbaric therapy
Adira was in an apartment fire. She was alive, but not responsive when they brought her into the ER. She had no burns, but was found in a room full of smoke. She had carbon monoxide poisoning. She was taken to the hyperbaric chamber. In the chamber, Elliot tried to intubate her, but he was unable to. She flatlined, so he started chest compressions. However, CPR was unsuccessful and she was pronounced dead at 11:01 PM.
- Second-degree burns
- Burn care
Jared came into the ER after an apartment fire. He had second-degree burns to his chest and abdomen.
- Beta blocker overdose
- Lacerated wrists
Tracy, 30, came into the ER after an apartment fire. She had minor burns, but was bradycardic and hypotensive from smoke inhalation. They gave her oxygen in the ER and observed signs that she had a history of suicide attempts. Paramedics brought in a bottle of atenolol. She'd overdosed on beta blockers. They gave her glucagon. She then lost pulse, so they started CPR. They were able to resuscitate her and Angus talked to her about her suicide attempt. She was also informed that because of the pills she'd taken to try to kill herself, she inhaled less smoke and that saved her life. She later attempted suicide again at the hospital by cutting her wrists.
- Parkinson's disease
- Leo Fields (neurosurgeon)
- Deep-brain stimulation
Rollie had deep-brain stimulation to treat his Parkinson's symptoms. It was successful and he was stable and awake after his surgery.
Notes and TriviaEdit
- This episode scored 6.33 million viewers.
A complete overview of this episode's crew can be found here.
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