I don't have to lie about things anymore.
You know that's not allowed.
I thought you told me you quit.
Sweetheart, I just said that to get you off my ass.
Let's get on with this already.
Present my case.
This is Sal Merrick.
Diagnosed with lymphoma as a teenager.
Has undergone mediastinal radiation therapy ever since.
He's currently a guest at St. Matthews
due to late cardiovascular complications from radiotherapy.
Who can name a few complications?
Oh, I know that one. Uh, congestive heart failure,
pericardial disease, conduction abnormalities.
You got beat up a lot as a kid, didn't you?
So I've operated on Mr. Merrick several times
for various issues pursuant to the radiation.
Eight times in the last six years.
Here's a list of operations.
And you think Dr. Pain-in-My-Ass here
would've gotten it right by now.
He's developed mitral regurgitation
from radiation damage to one of the leaflets.
As you can imagine,
the repeated courses of radiation
have left him with extensive scar tissue
and a frozen chest.
Hey, pal, you want to learn something?
Show up for rounds on time.
Sorry I'm late.
I certainly meant no disrespect.
I'd hate to think I upset a fellow Dodgers fan.
I'll never see the inside of a ballpark again.
I got scar tissue pushing my heart
up against the back of my sternum,
and even if Dr. P Here could crack me open,
my heart would probably tear
as soon as she cut through to the bone.
That right, doc?
Unfortunately, yes, Sal.
Which is why you can't do open-heart surgery, so...
I don't understand how you're gonna fix me.
I have a secret weapon.
Any movement a surgeon makes
using the Raven IV's console controls
are translated into the manipulator's
wrist-like robotic arms that roll and bend
far greater than human wrists.
Yeah, the system is designed to--
to give the surgeon tactile feedback
which mimics the density of real human tissue.
And the, uh, the Raven IV uses 3D imaging
which shows you the internal organs in real time
using the same type of processors
found in high-quality video game images.
This is a lot more futuristic
than the da Vinci I trained on.
Uh, yeah, yeah.
We're testing the Raven at Harvard,
Johns Hopkins, Westside Medical Center.
We can network the systems together using the Internet.
Some doctors find difficulty
transitioning to the, uh, to the robotic procedures,
but Dr. Shane,
I'm sure you'll get the hang of it.
Actually, I'm not the surgeon who will be using it.
Yeah, that'd be me.
Edgar's my baby.
Yeah, after Edgar Allan Poe.
"Quoth the Raven, 'Nevermore'"?
Yeah, I recognize the, uh, reference.
Um, what procedure will you be performing?
Well, my plan is to approach the mitral valve
through the lateral aspect of the chest
and then use the robotic arm
to delicately tease away all of my patient's scar tissue.
That gives me a better chance of avoiding a myocardial tear.
Um, robotic mitral valve repair is not the standard of care.
Cutting through the chest is.
And I've never met a woman with the ability
to develop the proper finesse with the robot.
I suspect those are the reasons
Dr. Panttiere wants to do it.
You see, I'll be operating with my hands and not my ovaries,
and this approach is the only way
I can give my patient the lifesaving procedure he needs.
杜安 让开 该我了
Now, step aside, Duane, it's my turn.
Glove me, Channing Tatum.
You don't need gloves.
哈哈 你太逗了 潘医生
LOL, you're funny, Dr. P.
I don't remember the part of the--
the video where you kill the patient.
Time to go.
You look like you could use a hot oil massage.
Wouldn't recommend that particular diet to your cardiac patients.
That's just your roommate talking.
I'm sorry. I didn't mean anything by it.
I just don't like those bitches in my business.
I'm just pissed I have to have Gabriel tested.
So he's a little different from the other kids.
I know a great speech therapist over at Westside.
I think Gabriel will love her.
- I'll make an appointment. - Thank you.
Now what can you do about how bad I suck with Edgar?
A scalpel didn't feel like an extension of your hand
the first time you picked it up.
You put in the practice,
and robots will be second nature to you.
It's not the mechanics.
It's when I open up a patient's chest,
I run my finger across the heart every single time.
Didn't know you were superstitious.
It's not that.
It's--I don't know,
touching the beating heart, it's a privilege.
It makes me feel connected to the patient.
I was hoping you'd come in this week.
You made macarons?
The Hippocratic Oath requires me
to bust my sister out of the hospital from time to time.
Besides, you couldn't miss the grand opening of the Waiting Room.
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