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Sure. Yeah, no problem,
I can definitely manage. Yeah, I totally know the score. OK.
OK, I'll see you there, in an hour.
All right, cheers. Yes!
Oh, my God.
Are you OK?
I think he's dead.
Who is it?
-What did you do?
-It hurt. It hurt so much.
Okey-doke. Nothing too serious here. Mainly minors. There you go.
Oh, Saturday night fever. PHONE BUZZES
-Not tempted to stay?
-No, you enjoy.
I don't want to be here.
You shouldn't have been causing so much trouble, should you?
-There's nothing wrong with me.
-There's nothing right.
You've got a nasty cut on your head, we need to get it looked at.
-Let go of me.
-No, I can't do that, I'm afraid.
You're a liability to yourself and everyone else.
I had a few drinks. So what? I had a few drinks.
Is that a crime?
If you gave us a name and an address,
-you might make life easier on yourself.
-Let go of me.
-Let go of me!
You need to see a doctor. We need to get you looked at.
I don't want to see a doctor.
-I don't need to see a doctor.
-Lenny, can we have a bit of help here?
-I don't want to see a doctor.
-What we got?
-Male, no ID.
-There's nothing wrong with me.
-Found hallucinating in a bar, causing a disturbance.
Been drinking, some evidence of drug abuse as well.
He fell over, hit a table, he's got a nasty cut on his head,
no loss of consciousness.
Let's get him to cubicles. I'm Dr Lyons.
-Do you want to tell us your name?
-Get off me!
Will someone tell me why I'm here? Tell me why I'm here, then!
-Get off me!
All right, darling, all right.
Come on, calm down, everyone. Do you know what's wrong with him?
Drink, possibly drugs, he won't say.
Mr Abusive has been pretty incompliant all the way in.
-Is HDC free?
OK, let's isolate him in there. Thank you.
I don't want to go back through there. Get off me!
-Get off my arms.
Yeah, I understand that, I've filled that in.
Well, I'm trying to sort my finances out,
that's why I'm speaking to you.
Hang on. Let me get the figures.
I spoke to the bank and the...
Yeah. Well, no.
Without a deposit I can't get the flat.
And if I don't get the flat,
the social services won't let me get the kids back.
Can't your family help you out?
-I'm out of favours with everyone.
It's not even that much.
It's only two grand.
-Oh, I'm sorry. I can't, but...
-No, I wasn't asking.
-I would if I could.
-That is so embarrassing.
-If there's anything else I can do to help.
-Honestly, I wasn't asking.
How about a night out? On me.
They just want to run some tests.
We know you've been drinking,
tell us if you have taken anything, any drugs, in the past 24 hours.
I'm not trying to hurt you, I just want to help, OK?
Don't ignore me.
I know you, don't I?
-Yeah, I do. You were in that movie.
-I don't think so.
Yeah, you were. With Roger Moore.
No, Sean Connery.
-He thinks you're a Bond girl.
-No, Pierce Brosnan.
There's only ever been three black Bond girls.
So, it's either Trina Parks, Gloria Hendry or Halle Berry.
-Die Another Day.
Just play along with him. Make out, make out.
You're not a nurse.
When did you become a nurse?
-It's what I do here.
-You should take care.
It's all right. It's all right, you can let go.
You know, you should take care of yourself too.
That's a pretty nasty cut you've got above your eyebrow.
Why don't you let me take you to sit down?
OK. Nice and calm.
If you just want to sit down here.
Here we go.
OK, show me. Look up.
Yeah, that's superficial.
Quite neat. I think glue is the best form of action here.
Did he lose consciousness? No. OK, well, no need for a CT then.
OK? Dr Lyons will look after you. Run the usual tests, please.
BM and a Tox strip. Thank you.
I'm meant to be working tonight.
I'll be fine.
I'll take you.
It's just a few hours.
You can sit by the bar, listen to some music.
You shouldn't be alone.
What are you going to do with it?
Why didn't you tell me?
You'd have made me have an abortion. I wanted the baby.
Who's the father?
Did you tell anyone?
It's all going to be OK now.
I won't tell Dad.
We won't tell anyone.
Just pretend it never happened. It never happened, OK?
If you can hold still a moment,
-I'm just going to attach this drip to your arm.
-Get off me. Don't touch me.
Whoa, whoa. No more needles, all right.
Just going to attach the drip to the line.
Keep on at him, will you, please?
OK, look, it won't hurt and it'll only take a minute.
It's so you can live to die another day, yeah?
-All right? So, come on.
-Get off me.
I said don't touch me. Don't touch me!
-Leave me alone.
-Security! Now, please!
-I told you!
I'm so sorry.
I thought you'd stood me up.
Well, I texted you. What are you drinking?
Excuse me, two more of those, please.
That's a Virgin Mary. I'm on call.
-Yeah, two more, please.
-No problem, sir.
-I don't...I don't think you did.
I didn't press send.
Oh, it's been a nightmare today.
I should've left over an hour ago, I'm really sorry.
I don't want to stop you drinking. You look like you could do with one.
No, no, it's fine. Please, I'd rather be in sync with you.
MUSIC: "Earthquake" by Labrinth ft. Tinie Tempah
-Where were you?
-I'm so sorry I'm late.
-I couldn't find a cab, so I had to drive.
-Oh, you are joking.
-Oh, you're kidding.
-You look fab.
-So do you.
He was attacking me! He's the one.
Obviously, we can't accept him at the cells if he's injured or ill.
Is he fit to be detained?
We have done all the necessary tests and they've all come back clear.
There's nothing medically wrong with him.
He just needs to sleep off all the alcohol, as you can see.
So, yes, we're happy for him to be discharged.
Do you want to make a statement, mate?
-Can I sort myself out first, please?
-Sure. Just pop down to the station
or call us and we'll head back later.
You are under arrest for assault and causing criminal damage.
-No. Get off!
-You do not have to say anything,
but it may harm your defence if you do not mention,
when questioned, something that you later rely on in court.
Anything you say may be used in evidence.
MUSIC: "Disturbia" by Rihanna
Whoo! Two more of those, please.
-Linda, I'm driving.
-Oh, come on!
I need to find a man with a lot of love and a big, fat wallet.
Well, you're not going to find him in here.
-You need a rich consultant.
Where are all the sexy, rich doctors, when you need them?
-Brr, he's a bit gay.
-He's not rich enough.
Nick Jordan. You are joking?
He's sexy, he's definitely got money.
I think he's quite fit, actually.
As long as he keeps his clothes on.
No, you didn't?
Oh, you did!
How many times?
A one-night stand?
No, we went out properly for one year.
-Are you serious?
-What is so funny?
-I just can't imagine it.
No, well, neither can I any more, but...
You and Nick Jordan.
Yeah, go on, have a laugh.
Do you know what, I'll get my car in the morning.
Let's get some more shots. Can we have two more shots?
-You and Nick.
Whoever it was called us out for no reason, thank you very much!
You just cost the tax payer 500 quid!
# Another Saturday night And I ain't got nobody... #
# I've got some money Cos I just got paid
# How I wish I had someone to talk to... #
# That's all right for fighting
# Saturday night's all right, all right, all riiiight. #
-Why are you looking at me like that?
You know, you look like that rapper guy.
I'll have the prime cheddar steak, please. No onions.
And no onions for me either.
-Thank you very much.
-A life-threatening episode in the cells.
-Do they need you?
Could be half an hour. Could be all night. I'm sorry.
But you could come with me.
Could be a bit of an eccentric date,
but why not?
Hey-ho, let's go.
Stay put here, OK? Settle back, enjoy the music. It's over.
Where did you bury it?
Out the back, near the allotments.
Will you take me there?
Yeah, sure. I'll be right back.
-Excuse me, can I have two beers, please?
This is Stefan from Germany and this is his friend Joerg.
-Zoe, Joerg. Joerg, Zoe.
-Hiya, how you doing?
They want to dance.
Ooh, cool moves.
-What do you think?
-They don't speak English, do they?
And? Come on.
So, catch me up.
Collapsed in the cells. Must be a hospital mess-up.
HE GROANS Hang on. Hang on.
I know this man, I treated him earlier.
-He assaulted a nurse in the ED.
Mr Jordan is consultant at Holby City ED.
-He very kindly came with me.
-Is the nurse OK?
Superficial wound, bit of a shock, though.
Talk me through what's happened here.
He was fine when he arrived. Aggressive and uncooperative.
The usual. Next thing we know, he's writhing in agony.
Looks like your lot let him go too soon.
I left my team in complete control, running a series of necessary tests.
They would not have discharged him, if they had any concerns.
Well, someone must have missed something.
Can you tell me what happened when you left the hospital?
There's been a mistake. There's been some mistake.
He's slurring. Something's not right here.
Could he have suffered a blow to the head while he was being transported?
My team operate according to very strict safety procedures.
Maybe he's taken something.
No, he would have been surveyed very closely.
No. He's tachycardic.
OK, I'm going to have a feel.
-Ooh, yeah. Yeah, he's rigid.
His abdomen is distended and tympanic.
He was not like this a couple of hours ago, when I checked him.
Can we get a couple of lines in?
Give him some fluid, pain relief. Call ahead.
He'll need a CT immediately on arrival. OK? Do we know any details?
Name's Frankie Joyce. We managed to get hold of his sister-in-law.
Caught her up with what had happened
-and directed her straight to Holby ED.
Sorry, I'm going to have to go back to the hospital.
Thank you for the ride, superintendent,
-I'll catch you later, yeah?
-Why don't I run you over there?
I think he's going to need a police escort.
'# Saturday night's all right for fighting
'# Get a little action in.'
# All right, all right
# Gonna get about as oiled as a diesel train
# Gonna set this place alight. #
May as well change the oxygen cylinders whilst we're at it.
Yeah, we need some new BM needles too.
# Gonna set this place alight
# Saturday night's all right. #
Is this yours?
-Oh, my God.
Is that alive?
Right, there's a pulse, but it's very weak, it's tiny.
Right, I'm going to start CPR, Jeff.
One, two, three.
One, two, three.
Come on, mate.
-Yeah, his colour's coming back.
-You got it?
MUSIC: "Heaven" by DJ Sammy
Are you all right?
Are you OK?
How old are you?
Yeah, me too(!) Let's get you into a toilet, eh?
This is Frankie Joyce, found collapsed in the police cells
-with extreme abdominal pain.
-I want to go home.
He's had ten of morphine, two lines in, first litre of saline.
-Did you run all the tests I asked you?
-Of course I did.
-All of them?
Of course and they all came back clear, Mr Jordan,
otherwise, I wouldn't have discharged him.
Are you the nurse he attacked?
-OK. One, two, three.
OK, go easy with him, he's in a lot of pain there.
My arm. Take that out, it hurts.
Let's get him comfortable. Hook him up and we'll do some obs.
-All right, Frankie.
Sorry, guys, this is Frankie Joyce's sister-in-law.
-No, he needs to be re-assessed urgently.
No, Frankie. Look, come on, if he doesn't cooperate,
-we'll have to sedate him.
-You won't have to. Just give me a minute with him.
He's learning disabled, he's registered special needs.
Its OK, Frankie. I'm here now. I've called Jamie, he's on his way.
OK, I apologise.
We had no idea.
Right, let's give him some space, please.
All right, we need to let Mr Jordan do his thing, OK?
-Please, this way. Outside, please.
-No, no, no, she's fine.
Can you get me his notes from earlier, please?
I knew something wasn't right.
We would have done exactly the same anyway, Mr Jordan.
Learning disabled or not, he attacked a nurse.
He was dangerous, he was violent, he was drunk. Let's not beat ourselves up about it.
-Well, perhaps we could have taken more time?
Because he would have listened? He was too far gone.
I don't think it could have worked any other way.
I want a full abdo exam.
We'll get him through to the CT and give him a scan.
Are you all right in there?
So, what do you think about yours? I like mine.
Hello? You all right?
-Linda, quick, she's down.
Hello? Can you hear us?
Hello, can you hear me? I'm Zoe, I'm a doctor. We're going to get you out.
Can you say your name?
OK, have you got it? Can you tell me your name?
Can you hear me?
-OK. Have you got it?
-OK, we're going to get you out.
OK, I know you've been drinking,
but is there anything else you've taken that we should know of?
-That just doesn't look like period.
OK, I'm going to pull your tracksuit down to check on this bleed.
-Can you hear use?
-It's fresh blood and clots.
I think it's a miscarriage. We need an ambulance.
I think the girl at the bar knows her.
OK, come on.
I reckon she must have lost, what, a couple of units.
We need to get some fluids in her or she's in big trouble.
-What are you doing?
-Your medical kit's in your car.
No, Linda, I've had too much to drink.
OK. OK, let's get you on your side.
This is the sort of thing Q would come up with for Bond.
It's brand new, state-of-the-art technology.
007 never...007 never had any respect for Government property.
James Bond is one of his obsessions.
Well, 007 should have tried the NHS.
Is there anything I can do to make you more comfortable?
-Just keep my Martini cool.
-Yes, Mr Bond.
OK, we're going to need to clear the room while the scan's being done.
Going to send you in now, OK?
Excuse me, officer.
I don't want to press charges.
OK, we've got a baby, found in the back of the ambulance in a bag.
He's a couple of hours old at most. Premature.
Bradycardic with a heart rate of 48. Started cardiac massage.
-OK, let's keep him warm.
Come on, little fella. You've hung on this far, you can do it.
I don't like his jaundice.
Can we get him monitored and BM and temp ASAP?
Someone made a right mess of this, it's been torn out with a bread knife. Clamp please.
-We know who or where the mother is?
-It's been reported. I don't think she wants to be found.
-You're on your own, aren't you?
-Could you get a cap for him?
OK, let's run through a ten mil per kilo bolus of warm fluid.
He's in distress. He needs a line in urgently.
-Do you want to give that a shot?
-Yeah, we need a good vein. A paediatric cannula.
Come on, mate. Come on. You hang in there, sweetheart.
Come on, then.
No, it's tissued. I don't think I can.
One more go, otherwise, we try intraosseous.
Here, try that.
All right, hold him steady.
-There you go.
-Oh, very nice.
OK, let's run some fluids in and get some bloods and cross match off.
He needs ventilation.
I think we've got a rhesus incompatibility here.
The mother's going to need medicating as well, isn't she?
-Where is it? We need an ambulance now.
-I don't know.
It's a massive PV bleed.
-Look, I can't.
No way. You're more pissed than I am.
-Do you know this girl?
Do you know anyone we can contact for her?
-She's my sister.
-Could this be a miscarriage?
She's losing so much blood.
Call the ambulance. Find out how far away they are.
-My battery's dead.
Do you know if she has any problems with her periods?
-What are you doing?
-Saving her life. She needs fluids, we've got them.
No, you're too drunk, Linda. You'll get into serious trouble.
Zoe, if we don't do this, we could lose her.
What size? Grey or brown?
-Linda, you can't.
-No, please help her. Please help her.
She's too shut down. I'll have to go for the neck.
-You've been drinking too.
-Yeah, well, not as much as you
and you can't afford to get into trouble, not if you want to keep those kids.
-Put her on her back.
OK. OK. I've got it.
Yeah, OK, I've done it.
OK. Run a unit of Geli on that line and I'll put another one off.
Where's that ambulance?
There's a ruptured intra-abdominal abscess,
probably secondary to diverticular disease.
He must have been in severe abdominal pain for quite some time.
Maybe that's why he was drinking so much. To self-medicate.
Has he complained of pain in the abdomen over the last few months?
-I gave him painkillers.
-Sit down, please.
-When was the last time he saw his GP?
-I can't remember.
-Had a medical checkup?
-I don't know.
He's only been with us a few months, after his mother died.
My brains not working. I will...
Well, this must have been going on for some time.
He is going to need an operation, I'm sorry to say.
Ah, Jamie. This is Frankie's brother.
-Mr Joyce, I'm afraid your brother collapsed in police custody.
They said. But what was he doing there?
He assaulted a nurse, here, in the ED.
He was violent, he was uncooperative and drunk.
-He was drinking to cope with the pain. He's going to need an operation.
-Don't cry, love.
-No, I should have spotted it.
-No, no, they should have spotted it.
How could you arrest and lock up a sick man?
He didn't present with abdominal pain,
otherwise, we would have run more tests.
He had, literally, drunk himself over the pain.
He asked me to go to the pub with him. I should've gone.
No, no, this is their muck-up, love, not ours.
They're just trying to pass the buck.
This is gross negligence from the police and the hospital.
You're not getting away with this, we're going to complain.
We should watch this together. I had the station send it over.
-OK. Have you already seen it?
-No, not yet.
But the custody sergeant assures me, the team didn't put a foot wrong.
-Well, that looks pretty violent to me.
-It's not. It's under control.
The team are working totally to order.
Yeah, no harm done there. A perfect cell extraction.
None of my team were negligent.
Oh, you're suggesting my staff have been, are you?
What do you want to do, Yvonne? Land me with a BMA investigation?
No, Nick, I have a professional duty
to investigate where he slipped through the net.
She's over here, guys.
-Hey. I heard it was you two.
-Here name's Kira. She vomited,
we found her semi-conscious, she started haemorrhaging.
Kira. Kira, I'm Jeff, I'm a paramedic, can you hear me?
I'm just going to get some oxygen on you, it's going to help you breathe, OK?
-What fluids have you given her?
-500 saline, 300 Geli.
She's lucky you were here.
How much have you two had to drink?
Right, well, we'll take it from here. You go and have a break.
Good, well, you're doing very well, Frankie.
Hospitals and doctors, they're not so bad after all, are they?
I prefer nurses.
Now, I want to sort out your stomach pain
and that will involve a little operation.
-Are you OK with that?
-Of course he is, that's fine.
We need to be sure that Frankie knows what the operation is.
It's part of the duty of care. Got to get his consent.
What we'll do is, we will put you to sleep for a while.
Then, we'll cut out the little bit that's making you feel unwell.
-Will it hurt?
-No, no, you'll be asleep, you won't feel a thing.
Then, when you wake up, you will feel a bit different.
You'll feel tired and you'll need to stay in bed for a while.
You'll need a lot of looking after.
He will need a lot of post-op care
-and he'll need help with eating and going to the toilet, etc.
-We can do that, can't we?
-Of course we can.
-The baby's coming soon.
-Don't worry about the baby.
Newborns are no trouble, apparently.
My sister just says they eat and sleep, the first few months.
I'll be fine looking after you.
Are you OK with that, Frankie?
I don't want it.
-Yes, you do, Frankie.
-No. I don't want the operation.
-Yes, you do. You've got to get better. Just go for it.
It's fine. We're fine with it.
It's not fine. I'm not fine with it. I'm not.
Well, we can't proceed without your co-operation.
-He doesn't understand!
-I do understand. I do. I don't want it.
Why? Why don't you want the operation?
I don't want it.
He can't make decisions for himself. He needs help.
I can't deal with you any more. You're incompetent.
Well, you won't have to "deal" with me any more,
because I am getting the mental capacity advocate in here
as soon as possible to judge whether Frankie's capable of making his own decisions.
And I will run this absolutely by the book.
Let's set up an infusion, please.
He'll need catheterising and an NG tube on standby.
We don't want him deteriorating any further. OK, you two.
Can you get his GP records from the out-of-hours service?
I want to find out why it's gone undetected for so long.
And Scarlett, stay by his side.
Don't leave him, OK?
Jordan, this is Kira, 14 years old, collapsed in a toilet
with a massive PV bleed.
-Luckily, there was a doctor at the scene
-who was able to administer fluids.
-Can you take over? I'm a bit busy.
-Two litres of saline, 500 Geli. OK, on three.
-One, two, three.
-What are you two doing here?
We were at the bar when she collapsed.
Please don't tell me that you were the "doctor present"?
My office, now.
Someone get me an ultrasound, so I can take a look at the uterus.
And call up to surgery. She's going to need an urgent D and C.
You can't treat when you've been drinking. You know that!
Those fluids probably saved her life. She was tachycardic, she would have gone into PEA.
What did you want us to do? Stand there and let her die?
We've got a GMC hearing coming up.
Tonight, I've been trying to clear the staff from an allegation of assault by an irate relative.
I don't need any more stress. What were you thinking of?
The last thing we need at this juncture is to be laid vulnerable
-to more investigations!
-I made the decision to cannulate. We did it successfully.
We saved her life. No-one can complain.
If she deteriorates, which she's very likely to do,
anyone can complain.
-Well, it was my fault, not hers.
-No, it wasn't.
-Yeah, it was.
-I made you do it.
-No, you didn't.
-I don't care!
She saved that girl's life. And you know what, Nick? You would have done the same,
-I know you would have.
-Mr Jordan to you.
I think she's still drunk.
No, I'm not. She deserves praise, not a telling off!
You should be proud of her.
I suggest you go and sober up, and clean up.
OK, well done.
Let's just hope this doesn't come back to bite us. OK?
Things have stabilised really well.
It's a little quieter and more comfortable in here while we wait for a gynae bed.
I understand Mum's not around.
-He's on the rigs.
-So who looks after you two, then?
Excuse me. OK, Kira.
You're doing brilliantly.
We're going to send you upstairs soon for a D and C,
just so they can clean you up
and make sure everything's OK.
Who's looking after your baby?
Would you like me to give them a ring?
Maybe they could bring him or her in?
Where's your baby?
Do you know?
You do know your sister gave birth tonight?
She didn't even tell me she was pregnant.
I didn't know she has a boyfriend.
Where do you live, Leila?
20 Lime House, Lowe Estate.
Lowe Estate? That's where the stork made its special delivery.
OK, Frankie, now, I want you to stay very calm.
I'm going to push this up your nose, and I want you to swallow.
-It's not going to happen.
-It has to.
-Not Mr Big.
-OK. Fine. Whatever.
What, Sex And The City?
-Yaphet Kotto. Live And Let Die. Only black Bond villain.
Lloyd's a very good friend and colleague of mine. I can assure you he's not a villain.
Shall we have another go with the tube?
-You need it to make you better.
-You do want to get better, don't you?
I don't want to be any trouble.
I can't imagine you being any trouble.
I'm trouble for Nina. I wasn't trouble for Mum.
Is Nina the reason you don't want the operation, Frankie?
I don't want her to look after me. I want...
to live by myself. I'm grown up. I can manage.
I managed with Mum. When Mum was ill, I looked after her.
I made her soup. I want to live by myself.
I don't want an operation.
Frankie, having the operation doesn't mean that you can't live by yourself. Does it?
Of course not. We can talk to Social Services.
-We can find you another living arrangement.
-So you can have the operation.
You can get better.
-And we'll help find somewhere else to live.
-My brother wants me to live with him.
Well, we'll talk to your brother.
I'm sure if he understands what you want,
then he'll help you make other plans.
OK, Kira, you're doing really well.
You've been through a tough night, but I need you
to be brave just a bit longer. Do you think you can that for me?
Have you seen this before?
Can you tell me what happened?
Can you help her?
I know I'm young, but I wanted a baby.
-I just really wanted a baby.
It was born dead.
I'm sorry. So then what did you do?
She put it in there.
I buried it.
Are you sure?
You girls have told me the beginning of a story.
I'm going to tell you the end.
Then together, we need to work out the middle.
A baby was found in this bag,
wrapped in a towel in the back of one of our ambulances this evening.
A little baby boy.
-What was your baby, Kira?
-My baby was dead.
This baby is unwell, but it's still alive.
The baby also has a very unusual blood condition
which can make Mum very unwell. Dangerously unwell.
And I need to make sure the baby's mum
gets the treatment she needs urgently.
-Why don't you just give her the treatment in case?
-It's not my baby.
Well, yeah, but it doesn't matter. Just give it to her. Have it!
-Just give her the treatment.
-Then why don't you tell us, Leila?
-Tell us what you did with the baby.
-What did you do?
Did you leave the baby in the ambulance?
She buried it.
Leila? Did you bury the baby?
Because...it was still alive.
My baby? My baby's still alive?
-Mr Jordan. Frankie Joyce's medical notes.
I've had a flick through.
They may help build a defence against the brother
and the allegations.
According to the notes, he'd suffered from abdominal cramping,
altered bowel habit, and passage of mucus rectally for some time. His GP got him an outpatient's appointment.
But he missed it and it was never followed up.
Good, well done. Thank you.
Have you been putting ideas in his head?
No. Any concerns raised about the post-operative care came from Frankie.
-My colleague can confirm that.
He'd be happy to go ahead with the operation
if duty of care didn't lie with you and your wife,
and we can help facilitate this.
-Have you been talking to him?
-No. I'm happy to look after you, Frankie.
I want to. I'm sorry if I've been a bit snappy sometimes,
-I'm just a bit tired, you know?
-Mum didn't look after me.
We looked after each other.
-I don't want to be any trouble.
-Please, Frankie, stop saying that. You're doing my head in.
-You are no trouble.
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Frankie? Look at his obs.
-He needs the operation urgently.
-Please, Frankie. For me. Have the operation.
I don't want to be any trouble.
You are no trouble. It's no trouble.
We'll get you your own place if that's what you want, OK?
Do you understand that?
So you'll have the operation?
Excellent. Call theatre. Good man.
You're going up for your operation soon. And I'll come and visit you on the ward afterwards.
Hiya. Just thought I'd pop by and see how you were doing.
-You look better.
-Can I see my baby?
I'd really love to, but it's not possible yet.
I want to see my baby.
I'll ask the team up in SCUBU for you,
but it's probably better to wait. Things are going to be complicated after what's happened tonight.
But I'm his mum. Why did you give him away?
I want to see him.
Get him here. Bring him for me. You have to. I need to see him.
Can we? Please.
I can't. I'm sorry.
Will you? Can you?
I believe the baby's up in SCUBU, fifth floor, ward C.
Kira's waiting to be moved up to gynae.
I'll be right back.
You sure you're OK to go with him?
I think he'd rather have Halle Berry.
Well done, both of you. Thanks.
Would you both like to come through to the office, and we'll discuss Frankie's care with you.
-Don't try and manipulate us.
They've mishandled this all the way, and now they're trying to get my brother taken into care.
We just want what's best for Frankie.
-We're family. We're what's best for him.
-I'm don't think Social Services will agree with that,
based on the evidence of the last 24 hours.
What have they got to do with it?
I think you need to rethink your allegation against the hospital.
Is that a threat?
No. Advice. That's all.
Because if this does go to the authorities,
I will have to present the case that Frankie's collapse today could have been prevented,
had his family helped him attend his various medical appointments.
I'm sure we've done all that, haven't we?
-You've dealt with that, haven't you?
-I don't know. I've been preoccupied...
-Have we missed an appointment, Nina?
-We may have done. I'm sorry.
I've been doing my best but...I tried to tell you.
You should still have diagnosed this when he first came in.
Well, no, we couldn't have done that because Frankie's abscess
in his bowel didn't perforate until he was in the police cells. It was then that it became acute,
so wee had no way of predicting that.
It's my fault. I should have kept on top of it all.
It's not your fault. It's no-one's fault.
It's a difficult situation.
It's very easy to underestimate the amount of care that he is going to need.
I promised Mum. I promised I'd take care of him.
We can. You will. But it doesn't necessarily mean
-he has to live with us.
-Well, he's made it very clear that he wants
to be independent,
so I think the best thing that you can do is help him achieve that.
I'm sorry. I asked too much of you, didn't I?
I'm sorry. I've let you down.
HE CLEARS HIS THROAT
Thank you for your help, doctor. I'll drop the complaint.
He is your nephew.
Stop beating yourself up, Nick.
The team ran all the tests that you asked for.
They handled it totally professionally.
Do you know what you need?
-You need a bit of time out. Bit of downtime.
Bit of TLC. Don't be so hard on yourself.
And don't play so hard to get.
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You make a good Bond girl.
Thanks, but I'd rather make a good nurse.
You're not a good nurse.
You're looking at me like that again.
Don't flirt with me unless you've got serious intentions.
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Come in. I'll get changed, we'll go out for breakfast.
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