YOUNG PATIENT ALLOWED TO GO HOME ON WEEKENDS 1991 - HD Nine year old neurological patient Sabrina Panetta stays at the York-Finch hospital on the weekends due to a Social Services Ministry ruling that she can't receive the same level of treatment at home. Her pediatrician Dr. Stewart Gordner disagrees and takes the issue back to the government. After a review of the case led by MPP Carmen McClellan, Minister of Community and Social Services Zanana Akande comments to reporters that she now agrees that Sabrina can go home on the weekends. Sabrina's mother expresses her joy at this news. PLEASE NOTE - news reporter audio is for reference only and is not available for licensing purposes. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
Date: October, 1991 - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:01:15:00, With Audio
"BREATHE DEEPLY" SOUND BITE When a stethoscope bearing doctor tells Jimmy Finlayson to "breathe deeply", he responds with a raspy wheeze. Hearing such, the doctor gives Jimmy's wife a pessimistic shake of his head.
"HOW DO YOU KNOW?" SOUND BITE When her husband insists that there is nothing wrong with him, his distraught wife responds, "How do you know? That's what Mr. Carter thought. And if he'd had an examination six months before, the doctors would have been able to save him..." So get yourself a check up.
"I CAN DIAGNOSE THAT. LA, LA, LA." SOUND BITE A nurse informs the doctor who is wearing a stethoscope and head mirror that a patient called. When he finds out that it was only to report her missing cat, the jovial doctor chuckles and says, "I can diagnose that. La, la, la."
"MERCY" PLANE BACK FROM CHILE The giant 4-motored "Flying Fortress", which took medical supplies to victims of the earthquake in Chile, lands returns to Virgina. The commander, is awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for the relief flight.
Date: February 15, 1939 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:26:00, No Audio
1930S RADIO BROADCASTER AND LISTENERS A man organizes news stories at his office desk in a 1930's radio station. An assistant hands a news story to a radio broadcaster at the microphone. People turn on their radios to listen to the news, a nurse turns the radio on for a patient.
1940'S - MEDICAL SCIENCE Nineteen forties medical research and medical science has created a product that can control hemorrhage. It coagulates in three seconds when added to blood and can control bleeding during surgery. Synthetic drugs free the human race of the fatal grasp of their ills.
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