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ER (1994)

2 corrected entries in season 6

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Great Expectations - S6-E8

Corrected entry: Carol delivers one of the twins and then receives an epidural. Epidurals are not given when the actual delivery is near, and certainly not between delivering twins.

Correction: Absolutely false; many doctors prefer setting up the epidural before multiple births to avoid complications and lawsuits, though it can be done later; the epidural - which slows contractions, may be given later in delivery. Also, after one twin is born naturally an epidural may be given - under the right set of circumstances, before an emergency C-section of the second twin. This is the case with Carol Hathaway, who was already 10 cm and ready to push with the first, when she arrived at the ER.

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Last Rites - S6-E2

Corrected entry: Dr Greene calls time of death of the teenage DNR at 20:34 (8:34pm), but the clock behind him shows the time is 10:34 which would be 22:34.

Correction: If you look close on this scene you can see that this is a sort of "special" clock that I have seen in hospitals. The hour hand takes twenty four hours to make a complete revolution. This makes just looking at the position of the hands a little confusing you need to look at the numbers and you can see that it was 20:34.

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