Doctor and Lawyer React To Grey’s Anatomy Malpractice Episode

Publicado el 2 may 2021
Watch the second half of this episode review on Legal Eagle’s channel here: esmain.info/goal/v-deo/oHhrbM6pbKRkoMk
Legal Eagle and I went head to head last year to see which was harder, Med School or Law School. We decided to bury the hatchet this time and join our forces to react to the popular medical malpractice episode of Grey’s Anatomy, Season 10 Episode 9 “Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word”. I brought my medical knowledge about a surgery gone wrong for a snowboarder who loses his legs above the knee. Devin Stone brought his legal expertise to break down what was accurate and what was fake during the trial of Dr. Callie Torres.
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  • The sponge was wrongfully accused! #spongejustice #justiceforthesponge

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    • In a court situation would patient privacy laws still be intact if so how could you state what happened?

    • @Keith D They still didn’t show proper care when he WAS in the hospital

    • Justice for Sponge!

    • Based.

  • OMG. I’m an Orthopaedic surgeon and I had to stop watching greys anatomy very early on (my wife enjoyed it for awhile). The medicine is sooooooo wrong. I know they are trying to tell a story, but non medical people think the shows are accurate. This premise is ridiculous. That’s not how this happens.

  • I had 2 broken legs several years ago and the nurses and doctors drove me nuts checking on me constantly all throughout the day and night, especially the night. That they didn't know what was going on with this guys legs is unbelievable. Thankfully my doctor Dr. Gnau was fantastic in fixing my legs to the point where I have 100% use of my legs when they told me I would be lucky if I had 80%. Although part of that had to do with me taking my physical therapy very seriously as well.

  • I cannot believe they chose this one as malpractice and not the whole denny situation

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  • Most ambitious crossover events of all time. Dr Mike x Legal Eagle

  • This is my first time watching your video. I'm hooked! And I don't even watch Grey's Anatomy so I have no idea what you're discussing, but I really enjoy it.

  • him etc. Soooo eh.

  • A woman was driving and on her phone when she crashed into my father (who was on his way to see my newborn brother at the hospital). Fortunately my father didn’t get serious injuries but the injury he got on his neck because of the seat belt caused early on arthritis he was 42... and YES we are suing !

    • I don't find it very appealing when people brag about suing someone.

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    • dr. mike:”amputation i see are usually related to diabetes...” me a diabetic:*immediately shoots in the coffee i just drank*

  • I like this doctor he reminds me of my doctor. very though and to the point as well and answers questions as needed. He even explained how to listen to the heart on a stephascope as well and lungs Nice doctor

  • I think it‘s quite sad how in court you really have to use all sorts of stylistic, linguistic and presentation devices to convince the jury instead of just laying bare all the given facts and testimonies and finding a rational decision... a little stupid in my opinion.

  • Doctor Mike- your description of how a patient is treated while inpatient postop MUST be the best case scenario, because I have had, in order: And oopherectamy, a c-section, a completely botched hysterecomy, and oops i forgot the miedical term for gall bladder removal. In 2/4 surgeries I received care the way you described it ( all the surgeries were at one of 2 hospitals) My BOTCHED (unnecessary) hysterectomy? yeah- apparently the surgeon's pride was more important than my aftercare. No one from him or his 'team' ever came in to explain what happened during the surgery that led to the ghastly outcome. After my gall bladder surgery? I woke up I guess??? too early in the recovery room and there was a nurse reading a gossip mag who told me this was all a dream and go back to sleep. I couldnt I was in agonizing pain and i was wide awake for whatever reason. I told 'my' nurse that, and also that i was freezing, and my shaking was making everything that much more painful, response? He told me to keep it down so i didnt disturb other patients. It was a total of THIRTY MINUTES before another staff member happened by and scolded the nurse and began doing whatever the correct procedure was for my situation. Since my surgery was more complicated ( for quite a few reasons) than most laporoscopic gall bladder surgeries- i was inpatient for three days. During my time there none of the nurses would even look me in the eye- like i was a snitch or something, and i heard on more than one occasion nurses 'warning' each other at shift change about me being a 'difficult patient.'Between that and the consequences of my botched hysterectomy ( I eventually learned that i had 1/2??????????????a cervix left, and a floating ovary... many complications.. massive, painful adhesions...ALL BC my surgeon had the hubris to tell me that i was a PERFECT candidate for a laporoscopic hystercetomy when in fact I saw 4 more surgeons post op who ALL agreed that was absolutely untrue.. I will never have more surgery. I dont care how serious the issue is. I never sued either because I dont believe it litigious justice. I did make formal complainta, but they all still have their jobs - nurses and surgeons. I dont know if there are any 'black marks' on their' records' butt ehy were not demoted either as far as I can tell. Perhaos your lawyer buddy would like to tell me if there is a statute of limitations with malpractice suits? NOW i regret not suing! NOT bc of $$$ but bc maybe I could have saved other, future patients from what I went through with these people. I just think you should know that Ive joined support groups for people who have been through ordeals like mine and its really not uncommon as you seem to think

  • My question to you both as an EMT, what if the patient left AMA and sIgned off after being told the risk? I know it’s different in the field, but do have any CYA things in the hospital to prevent lawsuits (best cya is charting charting charting I know)

  • Ive heard that in order for a medical malpractice suit to move forward there needs to be another doctor in the same field to testify that in their view- yes, it was malpractice: is this true?

  • I love this duo

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  • This collab is genius, please make it happen more; we will eat it up!!!

  • Could he help mith my current situation of malpractice?

  • 14:45 I know that a few years ago, I had an infection on the skin of my sternum, a large lump and pink lines coming off from it; the doctor didn't SAY anything in response to first seeing it, but I could see his face visibly change. (I was on horse pill antibiotics for ten days, and I have a scar from where it burst, but otherwise I was fine, with treatment. WITHOUT treatment, I'd have died.)

  • I love when my favorite you tubers collab !!!

  • FINALLY I NEEDED THIS CRODSOVER

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  • Had a doctor tell us "I haven't done this procedure before but I'm confident in my abilities to perform it" went to a university hospital that had a doctor that had done many of the procedure and invited the first doc to assist so he could learn while an experienced doctor was doing it.

  • dr. mike:”amputation i see are usually related to diabetes...” me a diabetic:*immediately shoots in the coffee i just drank*

  • I wondered how much of Grey's is accurate. Thanks for this video. 🤣

  • I once went to a doctor as I had a really sore throat and when he looked at it he went ‘ooo that doesn’t look good’. I had very bad strep and couldn’t swallow and I have no tonsils so you can imagine how bad it was. Always remember to this day his reaction, I think my reaction was something like, yeah I know it’s bad, it’s so painful. Haha

  • ohmygod can you imagine telling a doctor where to put his stethoscope just because you watched greys anatomy?! what kind of arrogant ignorance

  • Dear Dr Mike... How well are Chinese herb and traditional medicine are acknowledged in the western countries... I'm always curious bout it... Does doctor recommend to patients? Does patients accept the recommendation?

  • The amount of brain in this video is crazy🤯🤯😎😎

  • I really enjoyed this collaboration and learned so much! Thank you!

  • This the best crossover between these sorts of channels I've seen in so long

  • 👍

  • You’re so shocked that he wasn’t seen for 2 weeks... my experience** has major abdominal surgery, and a baby all at the same time, isn’t seen or checked on for 6 weeks.. is barely looked over and sent on my Mary way 😂

  • This is the collaboration we needed. It's entertaining and educational. We love learninggggg

  • I love you both and now I can't believe in this video, it's AMAZING!!!! I LOVE IT

  • i think i love you

  • fasting the CURE to all illness

  • 3 million out of 7 billion people supposedly died of the corona virus which means it is 0 percent. why is everyone waling around with masks? why are there ANY lock down? borders closed? people isolated, job losses?? the nazi world governments want to paralyze and kill us off through the lethal covid vaccine. many villages in India has been closed off by the nazi Indian government because 99 percent Indians REFUSED the covid vaccines.

  • More collaborations please!!!

  • It's called service of process not process of service

  • I cannot tell you how excited I got when I saw you did another greys review. Just put off driving home after work and sat in the parking lot to watch! Love this one so much!!!! Please do more greys reviews!! For so many people my age who went into medical fields, this show is what sparked our interest when we were little so watching you review these episodes is everything!!!

  • There was a surgical towel left in my Nana during surgery in the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. That “sponge” story hit home. 😢😭 (Early in 2000)

  • Some girl at my school watched this and was genuinely convinced she could do brain surgery

  • I love that you asked eachother questions!

  • Not me wanting to protect Callie from anything they're gonna say 😂

  • Nice collaboration!

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  • Please do a sons of Anarchy on I’m Begging you

  • I hope we can see more episodes like this in the future!!

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  • When I got my tonsillectomy i only had to go back to the hospital 2 months later for a check to make sure the stitches had dissolved. do other surgical practices have checkups more often? also are there stronger and less strong painkillers prescribed to people after different surgeries

  • I love that you guys did this ep specifically because my grandfather had both legs amputated from arteriosclerosis.

  • Which episode… because there’s a lot where they practice malpractice😂

  • There's a combination of law and anatomy in "Bones" as well. Could you do a realism check on an episode of Bones sometime? That would be cool.

  • I can almost hear the ovaries popping

  • Im shipping them.

  • at this point just watch and react to the whole show 😭😭

  • that’s actually crazy you said that because I’m 22 when I was 12 I sheared most of my cartilage off from gymnastics I also tore my meniscus and ACL my cartilage has been growing for 10 years I’m getting a transplant next week! but I had no idea you could get arthritis from a injury like that I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis when I was 8.... my orthopedic surgeon said as far as knee surgeries go this is the worst you could have done

  • I thought that was Ryan Reynolds for a sec.

  • if you are comfortable with the idea can you do a video discussing the stigma around the reproductive system in women and masturabtion for women

  • They both have killer hair 🧑🏻

  • Two bros talkin' bout' law stuff, few feet apart cuz' they're good friends

  • In a court situation would patient privacy laws still be intact if so how could you state what happened?

  • Dr. Mike looked so guilty (pun intented) when @LegalEagle talked about contrast colored shirts and french cuffs because Dr. Mike enjoys those fashion choices and even have photos on Instagram and videos on his channel about dressing well. 😁😄😃 But he shouldnt because he only dresses fancy for events and special occasions and not for his profession. ❤❤❤

  • Hey Doctor Mike can you react to The Good Doctor 4x16? Would be interesting to see your opionion about it.

  • Ah, so they put a medical professional, and a joke in the same room. Hope you had a good time Mike.

  • Im ngl i think he should react to an episode from s17 cause of the covid storyline on this season and with season 18 coming soon idk how but it is but it would be cool to see him reacting to an episode during the covid situation although the entire season the main storyline is covid

  • I was really hoping "dispositive" was legalese for "negative" 😂😅

  • "you are supposed to dress nice for a jury" but a jury is supposed to be unbiased.

  • I wonder who’s richer?

  • As a digital artist, I have to say, psychology of color is a thing and colors absolutely do matter, just in a subtler way. We associate different colors with different ideas and feelings, and they can even evoke feelings in us, just by seeing them. Edit: this is about the portion where the lawyer in the show was scrutinizing the color of outfit the defendant wore.

  • Doctor Mike and Judge Judy next

  • Not related to the video kinda, but blue scrubs really bring out your eyes

  • the thing is, they could've checked the other stuff offscreen

  • I like to picture that these two are just brothers that just went down different paths

  • Your lawyer friend is extremely attractive. Does it cost extra to have a good looking lawyer? A jury will gravitate to beauty like any other group of humans. So I’d assume lol

  • I wonder how hard it is to become a layer

  • I need more team ups!

  • for medical school I'm just going to watch you.

  • And the lawyers fix it

  • Some nerd: Infinity War is the best crossover in history Doctor Mike and Legal Eagle:

  • They are brothers, right?

  • We are all sinners and we cannot save ourselves! If a person gets to heaven because they kept the commandments or stopped sinning or got baptized, then that would mean that they were saved by their works. But we are not saved by our works! And if we are not saved by our works, then we cannot “stay” saved by them. We are saved by grace through faith! Salvation is a completely free gift! Jesus Christ died on the cross for our sins, was buried in a tomb, and rose again on the third day. Should a person use this as a license to sin? No. Of course not. If a person uses this as a license to sin, are they still saved? Yes. Of course. If you believe that Jesus paid the price for your sins (past, present, and future), was buried and rose again on the third day, you are sealed until the day of redemption and you cannot lose your salvation no matter what! Our salvation is not based on how we live. Our rewards in heaven are based on how we live. OSAS.♥️

  • They talk about the 5 W’s in the first episode I think! And there’s also an episode where the guy is playing guitar during his brain surgery somewhere around season 12 I think😋

  • I’m very distracted by Dr. Mike’s watch. What kind of AP is that?

  • This was probably the most interesting video ive seen of yours in a long time. Not to down the others, theyre certainly good, but maybe its a mix of things I do know of, and things I dont, alongside some interest in both fields, and probably a good episode of Greys Anatomy too.

  • Gimme more of that collab, please! :-)

  • Your camera quality is always impressively clear lol

  • Is it just me or do they almost look the same

  • I'm literally not interested in med nor law, but I truly loved how they went deep through every detail, it's like I won't be willing to study any of these myself, but I'm completely into this episodes, the knowledge dropping!

  • I can’t watch this it’s too painful to follow...

  • As a straight man I cannot comprehend how beautiful dr Mike is

    • “His heart blew up”😂

  • 14:45, not an ambulance attended.

  • 12:16, ya Terry, what happened?

  • who can take a sunrise; sprinkle it with dew?

  • Hey mike I’m a kid that’s seeking advice from another doctor or lawyer I had a open heart surgery and they explained all the things that could happen like while I’m under stuff could happen also they took a vein out of my right arm to hook to my brain cause it helped my blood flow to my brain also said my right arm might not work again and all that well everything went good actually great but there’s one thing I can’t speak right after the surgery and they said I might not be able to talk right after the surgery and they never said any of this before just all the stuff like what could happen when I was under anesthesia or what and I’d just like some advice do u think that’s right could I sue them for messing up my voice or vocals or whatever’s wrong I’m just really sad and I can give u a lot more information about the surgery if u could like maybe talk to me and explain it to me I’m just really sad cause it’s a open heart surgery and how do u mess my voice up permantly 😓😓I really wish I could just talk to somone that knows or could help me out please reach out to me and if anyone sees my comment please help him get this messed I’d like to know more I have everything about my surgery on paper please please help me mike it would be appreciated so so much please and thank u 🙏

  • Do the shooter episode!!

  • remember when they sued the hospital into bankruptcy and then used the money they won in the lawsuit to buy it