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Such Sweet Sorrow - S6-E21

Continuity mistake: After Carter pulls the IV out of the patient who was allergic to sulfa, Malik asks, "Where's all the blood coming from?" and we see the patient's arm outstretched, bleeding from where the IV was. Carter says, "She must have pulled the IV out", and we see her arm folded up over her stomach - there was no time for the change in position.

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