Real Doctor Reacts to HOUSE M.D. #3 | “All In” | Medical Drama Review

– I was riding a city
bike the other day and someone screamed, “Dr. Mike,
we want more House M.D.” Here we go, House M.D. Number Three. Bee-whoop! (soft beat music) – [Lady] Oh, God. – [Boy] Is the baby coming?
I don’t know how to do this. – [Dr. Mike] Aww. – You okay, Ian? – Yeah, sure. – Uh-oh. – [Lady] I don’t think you are. – Are they both going to be
patients in this episode? – You’re bleeding. – Wow, that’s a lot of blood. Hmm, a little poker. – Dr. Cuddy, I’ve got one
of your patients in the E.R. Ian Austin, six years old. – Oh, I know him. What’s the problem? I’m all in. – Bloody diarrhea, hemodynamically stable, but he’s been developing
some coordination problems. – Sounds like gastroenteritis
and dehydration. Order fluids and I’ll
take it on my service. Bets to you House. – Did they scan his head? – No, why would they scan his – – Don’t play games. You gonna call? – How’s the heart rate? – Stable. – [Cuddy] I’m sorry. House, it’s gastroenteritis. I’m not going anywhere. Put the order in and
someone tell Allen and Sarah that I’ll be up when I’m done. – I hope that’s an nonalcoholic
beverage in her hand. If you’re on-call and you’re going to be admitting patients to your service, you probably shouldn’t be
drinking alcohol, just saying. – [Cuddy] Stone cold bluff! You might wanna spend a
little more time paying attention to your cards
and a little less time starring at my breasts. – They don’t match either. – I used to play poker semi-professionally during my college days. I would play it online
before it was banned and I would make some
money, not a lot of money. It was more about a learning experience, but the friends that I played with, we constantly used poker as an analogy for everything we did in life, whether it was medicine, talking to girls, relationships with our friends, we would always somehow
relate it back to poker. And I feel like that’s what’s
gonna happen in this episode. Everything that’s gonna
happen with this patient is somehow gonna turn into a poker hand. What’s interesting about poker is that it’s a lot like life. Making a difficult
decision, you’re not always gonna have all your information available at your disposal, right? Because life is crazy and
things change all the time, there’s variables. So there’s a lot of luck involved in life. That’s the same thing
that happens in poker. Skill can only take you so far. There’s a huge luck component. If your opponent only has
one card that will beat you, despite the fact that every other card is gonna work in your favor, they may win. And if they win, it doesn’t
mean that they out played you. It means that they got lucky. The same thing that can happen in life. You can make a great decision with all the information
available at your disposal, and yet you can still lose
or have a bad outcome. – Follow my finger with your eyes. – Nystagmus. – How much longer will Dr. Cuddy be? – Well given the number
of mojitos she’s knocking back at a party, I’d say
it’s gonna be a least three hours before she’s even conscious. – [Mother] Weren’t you at the same party? – I don’t drink. – I just pop pills! – I want you to reach
out and grab my cane. (suspenseful music) – What’s wrong? – Abnormal proprioception. – Your son’s brain is losing
control of his muscles. – Dr. Cuddy’s message said it was just dehydration from diarrhea. – She’s wrong. – I love House, but the way that he jumps to knowing that there’s
something more sinister happening with this child
from hearing the basic story, it’s a little extra. Some children, when they have diarrhea, especially bloody diarrhea,
with stable vital signs, stable labs, can act a little bit strange and then as time goes on, they improve. By him taking a special
interest in this story, just from hearing that story,
it’s a little unrealistic. – Two cases, same symptoms. What do six year olds and
70 year olds have in common? – [Foreman] This kid
doesn’t have kidney failure. – [House] He will. I was treating a 73 year old woman who went through this
progression of symptoms, the last of which was – And in case any of you missed
that class in med school, that one’s untreatable. Do a colonoscopy. – On a six year old kid who probably has nothing worse than some food poisoning? – If you happen to find
any purple papules, do me a favor and grab a slice. I wanna check for Erdheim-Chester. – How does he know what that is? I’ve never even heard of it. I don’t know how you
justify doing a colonoscopy on a child with a single
episode of bloody diarrhea and a stomach ache, with normal
vital signs, normal labs, just off of the fear that
there could be a rare, potentially life-threatening condition that hasn’t yet presented
itself in any other way outside of ataxia and bloody diarrhea. Doing a colonoscopy, while
it’s a common procedure, it’s a benign procedure,
things can go wrong. You can rupture the colon,
you can have an infection. I mean if something
negative happens as a result of the colonoscopy and you find nothing, that’s horrible! You did that to the child. – You know how people see the Virgin Mary in danishes and stuff? Someone died 12 years ago
and House doesn’t know why. House sees that case now in
paint peeling and clouds. – I agree with him. And yes, like I said before, residents don’t do all the procedures. You would get a gastroenterologist
to do the colonoscopy. Internal medicine residents don’t just do colonoscopies on their own. This is crazy. Why am I getting so upset about this? It’s just a show. – Negative for Erdheim-Chester. – Let me see. – Still don’t know what that is. (suspenseful music) – It’s not Erdheim-Chester. – It’s exactly what we said before, a gun variety gastroenteritis. Can we go back to the party? – Do a kidney biopsy. – What? Subjecting a child to this many procedures that are not benign on a whim is crazy. There’s no proof that
this is what’s happening. You have to monitor the child, watch the symptoms, act clinically. Ego, check it. – [Dr. Chase] The colonoscopy was clean and the biopsy was negative
for Erdheim-Chester. – So he’s gonna be all right, it was just some sort of virus. – What’s that? – Urine. – But it’s brown. – His kidneys are shutting down. – Still think it’s not the same case? – Now you can start thinking
that it’s something else. – Doctor had a patient a while back who exhibits the same symptoms as your son. – Then, you know what’s wrong. – No. – So, what do you know? – We know the likely course
the disease will take. – [Father] Which is? – She had multiple system failures – – What happened to her? – She died 24 hours after her admission. – Look, telling patients
information once you know it, is really important
because you want to honor the idea of autonomy where
a patient has the ability to act upon their own body with the best information possible. In this case, it’d be the patients parents because the child can’t
make decisions for himself. However, if you have
incomplete information and that information is very worrisome and is not gonna bring
any value to the patient and only gonna bring anxiety, maybe best leave that information out until you have a more
concrete plan or answer. Otherwise, we’re just
creating a lot of anxiety, a lot of worry and essentially telling these parents your child might die today because we don’t know what we’re doing. – [Cameron] The base of his brain has been infiltrated by a small mass. We think – – Pituitary? – Looks that way. – Explains the low blood pressure. – Pretty much confirms the lymphoma. If we’d started Ester on prednisone – – Uh, did anyone see the lymphoma? – [Cameron] No, we saw a mass. The location was consistent with – – Didn’t see any in the blood either. White blood cells show no spindling or abnormal nuclei, nothing
on immunochemistries either. It’s not lymphoma. – Can’t breathe. – Uh-oh. – Chase! *monitors beeping* – [Mother] What’s happening? – Sounds like he’s having an anaphylactic reaction to something and
his throats closing up. – [Mother] Ian, come on. Honey, just relax. Ian breathe. – [Chase] Look at the right atrium. – That’s not kawasakis. – No. It’s small, but it’s there. – [Foreman] Ester didn’t
have a mass in her heart. – Ian’s younger. He can take more of a pounding. Ester died before the
disease reached her heart. The disease made a mass and made it fast. – Could be bacteria. – Muscle. – Connective tissue. – [House] The kid can’t
take anymore theories. Only thing we know is that
whatever that mass is, that’s what he’s got. We need a piece of it. I’m doing a biopsy. – You’re gonna do a
biopsy on the kid’s heart! Come on, House! – And out again. *monitors beeping* – Cardiac arrest. Code blue. – Code blue. – Come on, paddles! Chest compressions, chest compressions, chest compressions, before you shock! *shock* – [House] Again. *shock* – So when you shock, you
right away go back to chest compressions, chest
compressions, chest compressions. All this time without chest compressions is the blood not circulating. Can someone do some chest compressions? – Wait, I’ve got something. – He’s back. – [Wilson] He can’t
stand it, he goes all in. He’s sure he’s won. I call, I flip ’em. Oo! – Pocket aces. – I nailed his ass. (suspenseful music) – What did he get from that story? God, you gotta love this. – The aces were hiding all along. – Oh, the aces were hiding, duh. – Test him for Erdheim-Chester disease. *Dr. Mike laughs* – All right, I’m pausing it. I’m looking up what Erdheim-Chester is because this is ridiculous. Erdheim-Chester Disease. It’s a rare type of slow
growing blood cancer. In Erdheim-Chester the excess
production of histiocytes, AKA histiocytosis, leads
to inflammation that can damage organs and tissues
throughout the body causing them to be thick
and dense, scared fibrotic, and this tissue damage
may lead to organ failure. I thought they tested
for this and if they did a kidney biopsy, they
would have found this. I don’t know where he’s going with this. This is a disease that probably happens one in a million, kind of
appropriate for a House episode. – He tested negative. – So did Ester. – The disease lied. – [Cameron] Yeah, the
tumors got it in for you. Diseases don’t lie. – Fine, it didn’t lie. It slow played us. We biopsied the colon, it
hadn’t reached the GI tract yet. It’s there now. It’s in his liver, his lungs. – You want it to be there, because then you didn’t
screw up 12 years ago. – We can’t waste our one test on the one disease we know it’s not. (suspenseful music) – Run the test. – Why didn’t they do the kidney biopsy? (suspenseful music) – Take your time and say it loud. – They turn red. – CD68 positive. *House hits wall* *Dr. Mike laughs* – It’s so dramatic. I feel like – – Start the treatment. – This is how the US National Library of Medicine describes it. It’s a rare type of slow
growing blood cancer. How is this child dying in 48 hours? I don’t know. Something about this seems shady. Had they’d just followed regular protocol, consulted the proper physicians, instead of having House
run a muck with this case, this would have been
solved so much quicker, so much simpler, without
the child suffering these side effects. – So Ester can rest peaceful now, huh? – Yeah. – House M.D.’s awesome, but check out these hilarious two videos. I know you’re gonna love them. And stay happy and healthy. (soft beat music)

100 Replies to “Real Doctor Reacts to HOUSE M.D. #3 | “All In” | Medical Drama Review”

  1. Doc, Please react to Iryu Team Medical Dragon. Its a Japanese medical
    series. I've watched two seasons, its about, politics on hospital,
    Medicine, new medical techniques and in over exaggerated fashion
    because? (Japanese).

  2. As one of House's junkie, here's my recommendation:
    S03 E07 Son of a Coma Guy (warning: keep in mind this is just a TV series)
    S03 E23 The Jerk (House find a patient he genuinely hates)
    S04 E14 Living the Dream (yes House is a genius, he also has obsession with soap opera)

    S05 E16 The Softer Side (I think this will be perfect if you want to do House no.4 on youtube. You'll know why once you watch it.)

  3. You almost didn't said your total opinion about the show

    You just kept laughing for no reason
    Why did u even made this video!?

  4. Fyi, Dr. Cameron, Chase,and Forman. Are not residents, they are doctors with specializes. Immunity, surgical, and neurological. I think it was in 1st few episodes.

  5. Dr. Mike, what do u think abt post fellowship in "infectious diseases" ??
    Aftr seeing House MD i m going to do infectious dz.. what do u think, is there real fun in it???

  6. Omg i was 6 months pregnant and I had to have a appendectomy and at the time I was living in this tiny town on the water in Florida and they had to call in a surgeon, and this old man walks in and comes to talk to me saying I’m sorry it took me so long I was at a party and he smelled of alcohol so so badly it was filling up the little space I was in and I’m thinking omg that man is not touching me tonight! So I was younger I was afraid to speak up so I said to the nurse we are not doing this tonight right! And I’m like winking at her with my eyes huge, lol like hoping she’s catching why I’m saying this! and she’s like ummm yeah,,,,the doctors going to call your OB and we’ll be back in. I was like omg there’s no way! I’ll be dead and so will my baby if that man touches me. Thank God!!!!! Some other doctor came in and was like he feels like this can wait until tomorrow so we’re going to consult with your OB in the am. I was like yeah what you mean is the surgeon can barely walk much less operate so we’re really hoping you can hang in there girl! Omg I have so many horror stories of Florida doctors. Lol omg.

  7. They're not residents!!!! They're a team of doctors, one is a neurologist, another is a surgeon and an infecthologist i guess

  8. Bla, bla, bla, blah. I couldn't sit out this video and this video has nothing to do with a review. I've seen a view episodes of House and I think it it's absolutely disgusting (and this is besides of the behaviour of House) . This series have absolutely nothing to do with healing. In all the episodes patients are guinea pigs and they try something new every hour or less. They apply chemo therapy like it's not of importance and change it an hour later???? Imagine that, you're poured with chemicals in your body that can cause cancer to fight cancer? Nobody gets that. But what if they poured chemo in your body and change their mind after an hour? The damage is then done. In this series it looks like it's completely normal that you try every Big Pharma drug or chemical on you!!! It's time to inform us how we really should heal our bodies and stop this nonsense and waist of time. I feel really more connected to the serie dr. Mc. Quinn. In all the subjects I've investigated I found out that ancient history is more of value and reliable.

  9. I’d like to see your take on Season 5 Episode 20 of House called “Simple Explanation”

    If you do decide to do it please watch it without researching it at all and fans no spoilers pls, if you haven’t ever heard of it that is..

    It was a pretty big statement at the time especially for a major broadcast network.

  10. Us pilots have a rule: "8 hours bottle to throttle" Can't drink 8 hours before flying. Isn't there a similar 4 hours drinking to cutting rule?

  11. Dr. Mike, absolutely love your videos and was having a good laugh at this one until the part where the child had an anaphylactic reaction. Maybe I’m reading too far into it, but it seemed you became uneasy during this scene. Sort of like a post-traumatic reaction. I know many doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals see and deal with scenarios that I can only imagine the emotional distress it could cause. My wife is working to become a nurse, and has talked about either working in the ICU or in the ER (specifically as a forensic nurse). Would love for you to do a video on mental health and how you cope with the aftermath.

  12. Ok. Since most of you came here for truth, here’s some truth for you.

    I’m a medical lab scientist and we are the ones that look under the microscope and do the testing. As well as histotechs and other lab-titled people with bachelor’s degrees plus additional education. Under NO circumstances has a doctor from a unit EVER come down to the lab to look at something at the 3 hospitals I’ve worked at over the past 5 years except for 1 oncology doctor a few times. They’re just not trained to do that. I like to think of it as we give the doctors the puzzle pieces to actually correctly solve the puzzle.

    When you see doctors on tv shows looking under microscopes and making discoveries— that’s false. Unless maybe it was pathologist (they oversee the lab world and frequently review our work and communicate with patients’ doctors). Your doctor told you that you have malaria? That’s because I happened to find it in 0.10% of your red blood cells and confirmed it (true story). Your doctor told you that you have a brain infection? That’s because us lab techs looked at your CSF under the microscope and found bacteria or cryptococcus and a high number of white blood cells. Your doctor told you that you have gout? We found the crystals in your knee fluid. You have a gun shot wound? We make sure blood and platelets and plasma are out the door for you super stat AND are compatible. Fun fact—O Negative blood is not magically compatible for everyone.. don’t get me started on antibodies. (Side note PSA make sure you have a type and screen done before your surgery and ask your doctor if your screen is positive.. if it is, you will need to make sure he/she has a couple units of compatible blood available before surgery just in case.. it can be a lengthy work-up. You’re welcome.) And that’s just the tip of the tip of the iceberg. If we miss something, your doc misses something.

    There’s a whole 2nd world to the hospital that no one realizes and the hospital wouldn’t survive without it unless docs are good at hunches and symptoms.
    I could keep going..
    Maybe only 1 person reads this and is enlightened that there’s an unknown bunch of stressed people in a basement trying to help your caregivers make correct diagnoses. Or not. Oh well, we’ve already accepted being widely and extremely under appreciated. (Until we watch shows like House 😂) Slightly disappointed Dr Mike didn’t mention us lab people. Maybe in another video?
    A Medical lab scientist that cares about you or your loved one even though you will never see my face. 💖

  13. Do doctors follow the same thought process as the doctors in House and Greys do? Do they write on the board the symptoms and look at past cases to help get a better idea?

  14. Great entertainment Dr. Mike. If you wanna catch two birds with one stone, you might want to watch the Episode of scrubs where they make fun of the way a typical episode of House is structured.
    It's called My House, 6×04!

  15. Great to see hes googling those rare diseases^ – what Id love to see is a closer look (with slowmo or pausing) at those echos. Can those things where theyre are fingerpointing at 8:10 really be seen? "how accurate" are those?

  16. asking d. mike to watch medical shows is like asking a programmer to watch "FBI hackers " its so cringe and unwatchable also not realistic

  17. I took a CPR class because it’s required for any staff working at our front desks in the hospital I work for and seeing them not doing the chest compressions is irritating!!

  18. Dr. Mike I love your videos. This one had me laughing with the “do chest compressions “ over and over! I’m just now watching House, on the 5th season.

  19. Patient: comes in with flu like symptoms
    Dr. Formeman: its the flu
    Dr. House: Did you search for legos in his ass?
    Everyone: Oh shit, you right.

  20. 3:30

    Him saying "House jumping to those conclusion from just those few symptoms of the little boy", at that moment I remember that the reason House did that was because of a case he had in the past similar to this which he failed so he didn't want that same mistake done again.

    Things fit too brilliantly.

  21. Don’t find it weird like he is literally in the “What the f is going on with this” department and he just goes into other peoples cases and is lucky 😂😂

  22. theyre actually fellows, chase is a cardiologist, foreman is a neurologist, cameron is an immunologist, house is a nephrologist/pathologist/infectious disease doctor in training, their department is actually called "diagnostic medicine" after all lol

  23. Not sure if anyone said this, but, the reason why they have houses residents do procedures is because it gives us more time with the main cast

  24. Hey Dr. Mike, I'm a medical student and I would like to know your opinion on a case in the series House MD season 2 episode 2, is it allowed to perform autopsy on a living person?
    Greetings… 😇😇😊☺

  25. Love your videos Dr Mike and awaiting your chest compressions, chest compressions, chest compressions! For witnessed VT/VF, we use 3 rapid shocks before compressions.

  26. I love that he's getting mad as if he were supervising this. He's still laid back because it's still a show, but the way Dr. Mike is talking like he's witnessing a murder is sooo funny.

  27. Watch Doc Hollywood. He over reacts to a case too. But I want to hear what you think about Lews nude scene? Great medical show.

  28. I can't help but laugh at Dr. Mike's reaction "do chest compression?! Can someone do chest compression?" Hahahaha he's so cute but he has a point someone should have done the chest compression as the others prepare the machine…

  29. ‘YOU’RE GONNA DO A BIOPSY ON THE KID’S HEART, COME ON HOUSE.’ I shouldn’t have laughed at Dr. Mike’s expressions but I did

  30. "Doctors shouldn't be drinking while on call??" While I deff agree, give these docs a break man! Doctors that age grew up watching Alan Alda and the other foreign base docs doing entire rounds whilst balancing a scotch on rocks!

    Lol…idk the rest of the stuff; I'm no Doc.

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