Tom B | 2:39 PM |
That 911 operator surely took charge.
If only Dr. Gupta keeps his mouth shut and lets others do the talking, I might have to stop writing nasty things about him.Maybe.How does he know that the guy in the second video had no pulse for 15 minutes? He does not know, because he was not assessing the pulse during that entire time. Did the family determine pulselessness? If so, how much training do they have at assessing pulses? In the first video, Dr. Gupta spends more time on the bright light, than on the AED which is on every floor in your building. Really? Where in my building? Just point to it.
In the first video, Dr. Gupta spends more time on the bright light, than on the AED which is on every floor in your building.Really? Where in my building? Just point to it.He was talking to the anchor. Who has one on every floor of his building. Even I managed to figure out that there was a portion of the clip cut off from the beginning.Maybe if you weren't so biased against Gupta, you might have noticed that too.
brendan,I was being sarcastic. I would stop being so critical of Dr. Gupta if he would stop making stupid and irresponsible statements. That does not appear to be likely. I will be writing about his book Cheating Death and his claim that you can recover from brain death. Dr. Gupta is a neurosurgeon who continually provides false information about brain death.
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