In my Real Doctor vs. TV Doctor medical drama review video, I promised that if you got that video to 10,000 likes I would record myself reacting to a full grey's anatomy episode. You got it to 20,000 likes! You have spoken and I have listened. You should know that I do get the question a lot from patients as well. Is grey's anatomy accurate? So I finally decided to take a dive and find out!
In this video, I sit down and watch the first ever Grey's Anatomy episode. Basically, a real doctor reacts to greys anatomy! I grew up watching ER and other TV medical dramas so I had a suspicion I would enjoy the show. I have to say this, greys anatomy is not medically accurate but the way it describes the characters as residents is very accurate. The hospital drama is real and I feel the show did a good job highlighting the difficulties of being a resident, inside the hospital and out. The one medical scene which totally threw me is when the surgeons automatically assumed that the seizure patient will need surgery before even coming to a diagnosis. That is not real life medicine.
It surprised me that the show is actually very entertaining and I actually enjoy the drama between McDreamy / Derek Shepherd and Meredith Grey. Apparently, TV doctors do have souls haha. The hospital romance is real!
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Nossa muito legal, pra quem não tem conhecimento de medicina nós nem percebemos os erros de tratamentos q eles passa entre outras coisas .... Pra quem vê grey's anatomy acha que o que a acontece ali realmente é o que chega mais perto da realidade tudo parece tão dramático mais real ao mesmo tempo, bom sabe que a grosseria que acontece direto na série não acontece na vida real kkkkkkkk
PS: Você deve ser a fantasia dos pacientes, você é muito bonito ❤
Great she is in VF, that is a shockable rhythm but did anyone notice that she shocked her while others were still touching her and the table. Umm mate they all just got shocked too. Also why was her head flopped to the side? Was no one on the airway? Why was she not tubed? Why had she seemingly only had one round of CPR? Could go into so much depth with the inaccuracies with this. As a RN (and I’m sure for all other medical professionals) it can be so frustrating.
Nice channel. For the first time watched your video 👍. I have a question . In one of the House episodes a girl suffers from losing her eye sight. She suddenly goes blind and later back to normal. What the doc found out was a tapworm in her brain. Is it possible in real world? The doc also concluded that there must be another one in one of her leg.
I appreciate you saying that nurses do you know, at least SOME of the grunt work, it's very disheartening when I hear someone say doctors do all the work, or shows like this that portray doctors doing all the work!
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