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Untold Stories of the E.R.

"Campstove Stuffing"

A woman with undiagnosed rectal bleeding; body part stuck in a camp stove; a rare massive stroke.  (Repeat)

Mon 8/31 4:00 PM  DLC
Duration: 1 hour
Rated: TV-14
Reality, Medical, Interests

8/30/15
06:00 AM
"A Life in Their Hands"  A young girl paralyzed from the waist down arrives at the emergency room.  (Repeat) DLC
8/30/15
07:00 AM
"Code Green in the ER"  Doctors perform a chest incision while awaiting surgeons; an iguana is brought in following a car accident.  (Repeat) DLC
8/30/15
08:00 AM
"Exorcism in the E.R."  A man goes into anaphylactic shock; a tough guy fears needles; a man stabs himself with a ninja sword; a patient believes she needs an exorcism.  (Repeat) DLC
8/30/15
07:00 PM
"No Time to Think"  Dr. Bush must figure out what type of anti-venin to use on his patient.  (Repeat) DLC
8/31/15
09:00 AM
"Pipe in Head"  Two inch pipe in a man's head; a bride's prolonged bleeding; two prisoners from rival gangs.  (Repeat) DLC
8/31/15
10:00 AM
"Cows & Stilettos"  A man crashes his car into a cow ending up covered in manure; a stiletto heel jammed into a woman's cheek; a patient dying of a broken heart.  (Repeat) DLC
8/31/15
11:00 AM
"Bridesmaid Meltdown"  A bridesmaid drinks herself into coma; a man's eyeballs pop out; a premature infant is abandoned.  (Repeat) DLC
8/31/15
12:00 PM
"Heart in Hand"  A doctor takes a nurse's heart in his hands in an effort to save her life; the ER goes nuts during a Greek festival.  (Repeat) DLC
8/31/15
01:00 PM
"Life and Limb"  A doctor performs marathon surgery to reattach a left arm severed when a 7-year-old boy was struck by a truck.  (Repeat) DLC
8/31/15
02:00 PM
"Rottweiler in the ER"  A Rottweiler gets loose in the ER; a deadly heart failure; a mysterious rash.  (Repeat) DLC
Untold Stories of the E.R.

Premise
``Untold Stories of the E.R.'' is a fast-paced medical series that blends re-enactments of real emergency room cases with comments by the actual physicians and nurses involved in the procedures. Often the patients give first-person accounts as well, and some even play themselves during the re-enactments.

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.