A Tantrum Leads To A Dislocated Elbow | Children's Hospital | Real Families


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Published: 2 years ago
Staff at the new Royal Manchester Children's Hospital treat two-year-old Mason, whose temper tantrum led to a dislocated elbow, and seven-year-old Hannah, who has weak bones as a result of a rare genetic disease, faces urgent surgery to avoid paralysis. Meanwhile, play specialists help nine-year-old Siobhan cope with her therapy.
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12:53 they spelt congratulations wrong lol dead

2 years ago

I cried when Siobhan cried 😭

2 years ago

Everyone's complaining about injections. I have to inject myself everhtime I eat for so atleast 5 times a day as I'm a type 1 diabetic lmao

2 years ago

Glad I found this show, it's fabulous :-)

2 years ago

if that was her first injection did she not have her vaccinations as a baby?

2 years ago

one day I woke up and I was happy and for some reason I have a toy bin beside me so I grapped it and started to walk down the hallway and I just stepped out of my room and I just collapsed on the floor and started to cry so we had to go to exrays and my dad was called to carry me and I spent 5 days in hospital and this is a more resent story and it changed my life forever so I have a itch on my belly so we went to go and see a doctor and they said have you down her fingerprick and my mum said no so we done it and it was 20.4 so they said go straight to hospital and I spent 10/11 days in hospital learning how to do needles and do my finger pricks and it took them 7 try's to get a needle in my arm in the same spot and I was only 8 now I'm ten

2 years ago

have you done sardary and someone has passed away .

2 years ago

Pauline Wakeham Who's died ?

2 years ago

I can understand what Hannah is going through because I have M.P.S just like her but I have #1

2 years ago

It's awful when your getting a shot

2 years ago

'Francis Binns' hmm my teacher is called Miss Binns

2 years ago

Omg Hannah is so brave 🙂!

2 years ago

What happened to the guy narrator he was better

2 years ago

LELLI KELLY THE CUTEST SHOES (oh yeah) THEYRE LELLI KELLY THEYRE OH SO COOL (oh yeah!)

2 years ago

Oh come on injection kid. It was only a little needle. Doesn't hurt that much to have an injection don't be such a baby. Once that kid has had 5 if not less she won't scream over nothing anymore. I have had that many needles that now I just don't even flynch. Only thing I say ouch too is when they cut your finger with that finger prick thing that checks your blood sugar. I never complain with little injections.

2 years ago

Danielle Dewitt Just because your are so manly, doesn't mean everyone else has to be. "Don't ne such a baby?" She's only 11, leave her alone. Not every one is as manly and as unfazable as you.

2 years ago

What is the narrator's name? She sounds like Ruth Connell, is it she? XD

2 years ago

12:00 My memories of being a kid getting an injection, yes, it's not pleasant, but the anticipation is far worse than the injection itself. I would rather they just do it and get it over with, rather than trying to talk me into it. Talking to her for an hour before, that is just inhumane.
The least painful injection I ever had was when a nurse came in and told me she was going to show me a magic trick, could read my mind. She had my think about a number between one and 100 so I did. She said I had to concentrate harder so I closed my eyes and concentrated as hard as I could. Then she said "13" which wasn't even close, but when I opened my eyes, she was putting the needle into the "sharps" container.
Reading my mind wasn't the magic trick. It was giving me an injection without my even feeling it. Best magic trick ever.

2 years ago

Eric Taylor me too I had to get a M.R.I. I'm in the hospital right now

2 years ago

Hannah is so cute

2 years ago

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2 years ago

OK, kids are scared of needles and the thigh is probably a very uncomfortable place to have an injection but did Siobhan REALLY need TWO play therapists JUST for an injection????? -_-

2 years ago

Caitlin Pearce the point is to put this much effort in it the first few times, so that after that the injections go without issue. She has to get those regularly for the rest of her live(and childhood) after all.
and The alternative is to have her screaming an fighting every time, which takes time from the doctors giving the injections.

2 years ago

Poor Siobhan. A shot in the arm muscle or just under the skin stings, but it goes away quick. An injection into a bigger muscle like the thigh or a joint like the knee is really painful. I feel really sorry for the poor girl.

2 years ago

Dan. wow. no. Bubbles. you. Dumbo. 😹😤🤕

2 years ago

Any one else notice no one seemed to be with waiting Hannah's mom?

2 years ago

Colleen Williams But her father was there most of the time?

2 years ago

Colleen Williams what do u mean

2 years ago

Hannah is cute

2 years ago

awwww I don't like seeing the kids cry it makes me cry 😢😢😢

2 years ago

narrator needs to be louder plz fix this issue. I turned on the captions for the narrations but that was worse because the words don't match what the narrator says.

2 years ago

<3

2 years ago

The intro is so much more family friendly, before it was injured kids strapped to bords and some screaming as well.

2 years ago

It was so hard

2 years ago

The narrator sounds Irish

2 years ago

Eva Vlogs and More she's Scottish like meeeee

2 years ago

i have had injections twice a week for the last two years plus once a week for a few years previously.. i used to hate needles - not anymore.. i got used to it.

2 years ago

Then what? I've had epogen shots in the past

2 years ago

no...

2 years ago

Newbie To Beauty What for?

2 years ago