Nightwatch: Patient With Excited Delirium Stops Breathing | A&E

A patient with delirium has a scary moment when they stop breathing in this clip from Season 5, Episode 5 of Nightwatch.

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48 thoughts on “Nightwatch: Patient With Excited Delirium Stops Breathing | A&E

  1. i have a heart condition and i have to take medication my highest recorded heart rate beats per min without feeling palpitations was 143. extremely dangerous. I've been tachacardic since I was poisoned and survived. but I now have to take these heart meds for the rest of my life 🙁 I'm 30

  2. Not excited delirium. If it were, Ketamine is needed, not a strong benzo like Versed on top of opiates and alcohol. That's why she stopped breathing. Her end tidal should have never gotten over 70, waited to long to bag. Again, not excited delirium. Of course this is TV and has been edited how they want the public to see.

  3. I have to say I was clean for a long time and during the pandemic I relapsed and I thank god, EMS and paramedics who know how to save lives and are trained like this or I would have died after being given bad drugs that made me halusinate and make me paranoid.If it was fentanyl,> I would have been dead but someone sold me crushed up psyc meds…I am so grateful I just can't tell you.I saw what it was like to die and I never want to feel that.I rember everything thank god!!scared me straight.

  4. i just googled excited delirium because i didn't know it was a thing.. my friend abuses mdpv and i remember feeling his heartbeat going so fast. he moved home so i hope he has time to reset and stay away from that stuff for awhile.

  5. i feel like when people overdose that it’s gods way of saying okay this needs to stop and you need to get your life on track. makes me so happy to see she’s been sober ever since and that she’s doing well🥰❤️

  6. Gets a BP/ECG and walks the patient down the stairs? DEFINITELY not excited delirium lol It only takes one real encounter with excited delirium to never use the term incorrectly again.

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