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24th Sep '16 5:12:34 PM nombretomado
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* In the episode "The Ninja" of DanVs, the show's ButtMonkey, Chris, gets poisoned. When the paramedics arrived the senior confirms the patient is poisoned. The rookie paramedic panics and needlessly uses a defibrillator. As a bonus (perhaps due to lack of research) the rookie did it without applying the gel or putting them on the right parts of the chest. The senior paramedic then berates the rookie for his mistake.

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* In the episode "The Ninja" of DanVs, ''WesternAnimation/DanVs'', the show's ButtMonkey, Chris, gets poisoned. When the paramedics arrived the senior confirms the patient is poisoned. The rookie paramedic panics and needlessly uses a defibrillator. As a bonus (perhaps due to lack of research) the rookie did it without applying the gel or putting them on the right parts of the chest. The senior paramedic then berates the rookie for his mistake.
7th Sep '16 10:15:51 PM trixus
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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has Hell's Pass Hospital, surely the worst hospital in any work of fiction ever, whether the desired effect is comedic OR dramatic. If Kenny is taken there, he will die, but it's a miracle that ''any'' of the kids taken there survive due to regular incompetance ranging from the head doctor just not having the faintest idea what's wrong, looking ridiculous by confirming that an exploded body is indeed dead, and diagnosing acts of physical bullying as serious medical emergencies, all the way down to replacing Kenny's heart with a baked potato and sending Butters to a vet because he was made up as a dog.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has Hell's Pass Hospital, surely the worst hospital in any work of fiction ever, whether the desired effect is comedic OR dramatic. If Kenny is taken there, he will die, but it's a miracle that ''any'' of the kids taken there survive due to regular incompetance ranging from the head doctor just not having the faintest idea what's wrong, looking ridiculous by confirming that an exploded body is indeed dead, and diagnosing acts of physical bullying as serious medical emergencies, all the way down to replacing Kenny's heart with a baked potato and sending Butters to a vet because he was made up as a dog. In later season, Cartman went there to have his tonsil removed and ended up with AIDS.
28th Aug '16 1:13:36 PM StarSword
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See also CPRCleanPrettyReliable, DeathByAmbulance, MagicalDefibrillator, SuckOutThePoison, WeHaveToGetTheBulletOut, ShotToTheHeart, {{Flatline}}, HarmfulHealing, and YouFailYourMedicalBoardsForever; compare AnnoyingArrows.

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See also CPRCleanPrettyReliable, DeathByAmbulance, MagicalDefibrillator, SuckOutThePoison, WeHaveToGetTheBulletOut, ShotToTheHeart, {{Flatline}}, HarmfulHealing, and YouFailYourMedicalBoardsForever; ArtisticLicenseMedicine; compare AnnoyingArrows.
27th Aug '16 11:13:01 PM StarSword
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* ''VideoGame/LegoIsland'' has Enter and Return, who are probably any emergency victim's worst nightmare. Whenever there's an emergency, their first move is to load the ambulance with ''a megaphone, a shark, a tree,'' as well as [[CrazyPrepared an umbrella just in case it gets hot outside or a mailbox if they have to mail a letter]]. They then go to multiple emergencies at once, and stuff every injured person into the ambulance.
** It was also implied that on at least one occasion, Enter and Return dropped a patient and ''left him''.

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* ''VideoGame/LegoIsland'' has ''VideoGame/LEGOIsland'': Parodied with paramedics Enter and Return, who are probably any emergency victim's worst nightmare. Whenever there's an emergency, their first move is to load the ambulance with ''a megaphone, a shark, a tree,'' as well as [[CrazyPrepared an umbrella just in case it gets hot outside or a mailbox if they have to mail a letter]]. They then go to multiple emergencies at once, and stuff every injured person into the ambulance.
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ambulance, ''on the same stretcher''. It was also implied that on at least one occasion, Enter and Return dropped a patient and ''left him''.



* Roland from ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' can get a skill that lets him heal teammates [[HealingShiv by shooting them with his gun]].
* ''VideoGame/SurgeonSimulator2013.'' A ''successful'' heart surgery is the patient having their ribs knocked off, their lungs laying on the floor, their hearts cut out, and a new heart just dropped into the guy's chest. "[[BlatantLies I am sure he will be fine.]]"

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* Roland from ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands}}'' can get a skill that lets him heal teammates [[HealingShiv by shooting them with his gun]].
gun]]. But parodied with Doctor Ned, who nonchalantly kills a patient with botched surgery in a BlackComedy scene in ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}'', which nets an item for the PlayerCharacter.
* ''VideoGame/SurgeonSimulator2013.'' ''VideoGame/SurgeonSimulator2013''. A ''successful'' heart surgery is the patient having their ribs knocked off, their lungs laying on the floor, their hearts cut out, and a new heart just dropped into the guy's chest. "[[BlatantLies I am sure he will be fine.]]"
16th Aug '16 10:43:40 AM Katsuhagi
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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock is impaled by a piece of metal after their shuttle crash lands on a planet, leaving Bones [=McCoy=] to perform surgery on him by heating some metal with his phaser and cauterizing the wound once the chunk of metal is out to save Spock's life, and acknowledges repeatedly that this is only a temporary fix. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and Bones gives him proper treatment.

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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock is impaled by a piece of metal after their shuttle crash lands on a planet, leaving Bones [=McCoy=] to perform surgery on him by heating some metal with his phaser and cauterizing the wound once the chunk of metal is out to save Spock's life, and acknowledges repeatedly that this is only a temporary fix.fix and there's a high chance removing it will cause Spock to bleed to death if he doesn't do it right. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and Bones gives him proper treatment.
16th Aug '16 10:39:57 AM Katsuhagi
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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving Bones [=McCoy=] to perform surgery on him by heating some metal with his phaser and cauterising the wound once the chunk of metal is out to save Spock's life, and acknowledges repeatedly that this is only a temporary fix. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and Bones gives him proper treatment.]]

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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock [[spoiler: is injured, impaled by a piece of metal after their shuttle crash lands on a planet, leaving Bones [=McCoy=] to perform surgery on him by heating some metal with his phaser and cauterising cauterizing the wound once the chunk of metal is out to save Spock's life, and acknowledges repeatedly that this is only a temporary fix. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and Bones gives him proper treatment.]]
29th Jul '16 5:34:31 PM Katsuhagi
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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy to perform surgery on him by heating some metal with his phaser and cauterising the wound once the chunk of metal is out to save Spock's life. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy gives him proper treatment.]]

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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy Bones [=McCoy=] to perform surgery on him by heating some metal with his phaser and cauterising the wound once the chunk of metal is out to save Spock's life. life, and acknowledges repeatedly that this is only a temporary fix. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy Bones gives him proper treatment.]]
28th Jul '16 10:49:59 PM BlazingFlames88
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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy to perform surgery on him to save his life. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy gives him proper treatment.]]

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* In ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy to perform surgery on him by heating some metal with his phaser and cauterising the wound once the chunk of metal is out to save his Spock's life. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy gives him proper treatment.]]
28th Jul '16 5:29:39 PM BlazingFlames88
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* In "Film/Star Trek Beyond", Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy to perform surgery on him to save his life. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy gives him proper treatment.]]

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* In "Film/Star Trek Beyond", ''Film/StarTrekBeyond'', Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy to perform surgery on him to save his life. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy gives him proper treatment.]]
28th Jul '16 5:28:53 PM BlazingFlames88
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* In Star Trek Beyond, Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy to perform surgery on him to save his life. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy gives him proper treatment.]]

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* In Star "Film/Star Trek Beyond, Beyond", Spock [[spoiler: is injured, leaving McCoy to perform surgery on him to save his life. He gets better when he's beamed up to Jaylah's ship later on and McCoy gives him proper treatment.]]
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