ASMR Hospital Keeping You Alive | Emergency Medical ASMR



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Welcome to the Cozy Hospital! You were rushed into our emergency room today after a motor vehicle accident. It's a busy night in the ER because of the weather so surgery is backed up... which means Dr. Cozy and nurse Chelsea will have to work to keep you stable until an operating room is open.

(In and out of consciousness until 3:10)
0:00 Intro
0:10 Eye exam with pen light
1:28 Placing a neck brace on you
1:59 Placing AED pads
2:22 Bagging, patient chest exam
3:47 Chest x-ray
4:47 Aspirating pneumothorax
6:03 Inserting chest tube, suturing
7:10 Chelsea controls bleeding with gauze
9:32 Starting central line
10:27 Dr. Cozy controlling bleeding with gauze - fabric, tape sounds
11:58 Examining for more injuries
12:16 Suturing in central line
12:54 Controlling bleeding
15:04 Bandaging central line site
16:47 Keeping you table and bleeding controlled until transport to surgery

Please be aware that this video is intended for entertainment, relaxation and ASMR purposes. It is not meant to diagnose, treat, educate or accurately depict issues or illnesses or procedures. Many of the procedures are altered for ASMR purposes and because I'm not filming in an actual medical facility. Please consult your doctor or a reputable health care source if you have any health questions or concerns.

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What is ASMR? ASMR is a tingling sensation often felt on the scalp, neck, shoulders and back, although you may feel tingles in other places as well! ASMR is triggered by different types of stimuli. It can be personal attention, gentle touch, hand movements, crinkling, tapping sounds... there are lots of different types of ASMR triggers and everyone is different when it comes to what triggers their ASMR! If you'd like to know more, check out this wiki article here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ASMR
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