Live Rescue: Post-Seizure Sass (Season 2) | A&E

Catch new episodes of Live Rescue, Mondays at 9/8c!

Medics attend to a young man recovering from a seizure at a restaurant. In a postictal state, he is confused, and quickly gets agitated and sassy with the medics in this clip from “9.30.19”. #LiveRescue
Subscribe for more from Live Rescue and other great A&E shows:
http://aetv.us/subscribe-ae

Stay up to date on all of A&E’s premieres at aetv.com/schedule.

Check out exclusive A&E content:
Website – http://po.st/AETV
Facebook – http://po.st/AE_Facebook
Twitter – http://po.st/AE_Twitter

“Live Rescue” follows firefighters, paramedics and EMTs from across the country as they bravely put their lives on the line responding to emergency rescue calls. Emmy® Award-winner Matt Iseman joins “Live Rescue” with impressive media and medical credentials.

A&E leads the cultural conversation through high-quality, thought provoking original programming with a unique point of view. Whether it’s the network’s distinctive brand of award-winning disruptive reality, groundbreaking documentary, or premium scripted drama, A&E’s brave storytelling always makes entertainment an art. Visit us at aetv.com for more info.

source

Author: rafaelnieves72

ANGELHOUSE © 2009 - 2020 | HOSTING BY PHILLYFINEST369 SERVER STATS| & THE IDIOTS ROBOT AND CONTROL INC. |(RSS FEED MODULE)| ALL YOUTUBE VIDEOS IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF GOOGLE INC. THE YOUTUBE CHANNELS AND BLOG FEEDS IS MANAGED BY THERE RIGHTFUL OWNERS (AVNBLOGFEED.COM)

43 thoughts on “Live Rescue: Post-Seizure Sass (Season 2) | A&E

  1. I have epilepsy- I haven't had grand mal seizures in years, but I'd actually cry waking up from a seizure & had no idea where I was or who…Still the most terrifying experiences.

  2. When this happens to me and they insist on taking me to the hospital I say no too. Its always the same. I see a Dr briefly, am told I'm fine then have to make my own way home. I know what's best for me and dealing with the confusion and all the paramedics is too much. Just get me to bed lol.

  3. the emts handled this terribly. i'm epileptic and coming out of a seizure is traumatizing af. typically i dont want people to touch me or talk to me, but ive woken up to emts trying to administer an IV and kicked one in the face because i didnt know what was going on. im 5'2 and not a violent person but post seizure brain is a whole different level of confused and tired. they treated this guy like he was drunk/stupid, makes me sad

  4. Postictal is no joke. While I haven't had a complex seizure in years, coming back to consciousness is really disorienting. You forget pretty much everything for a while until your brain calms down, and can be that way for a few hours or the rest of the day. It's really draining too. Everyone's different.

    These EMS workers were really nice. They understood what was going on and didn't make the situation worse. That's been my experience.

  5. The guy is coming out of a seizure and the cop/medic/whatever walks in and just starts demanding the dude's wallet. Yeah that kid's a real jerk. But so was that medic. Cut him some slack dude. No one else was being that confrontational with him.

  6. Sadly I become quite irrational after seizure. It's great that they wouldn't let him go on his own because he's obviously experiencing seizures and his license should be suspended.
    I stopped driving before they told me to because something didn't feel right. It started with partial seizures. Even after they told me what it was I scuffed until I experienced too many and grandmal followed. Be kind and patient. Those are tge worst moment to experience and the confusion is strong. All the love for those people waking up everyday to help others.

  7. A lot of you need educated on epilepsy. Hope you never have to comfort a loved one in a rage after they've had their 3rd seizure of the day. This is reality for a lot of people, can they help it? No.

  8. It wasn't made clear what sort of seizure, but in many countries if it was epilepsy he would not (should not) have been allowed to drive, but in any case if it impaired him that much his licence should be revoked.

  9. I feel bad for the reputation he’s getting. My boyfriend has epilepsy and is like this when he’s posted. They aren’t in control of their actions at that point and they don’t understand why people are trying to control them.

  10. This is a very normal reaction. Personal experience. After a seizure, you get confused, don't understand what's happening, so you get angry because you don't know what's going on.

Leave a Reply