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  • Joseph Pena

    Joseph Pena

    4 hours ago

    Dr. Mike, Good on you. You were a blessing to this young man. I bet you slept like a baby that night. LOL

  • Jamie Lka

    Jamie Lka

    4 hours ago

    Doctor mike are the indomie noodles unhealthy ???

  • Ricky 18

    Ricky 18

    4 hours ago

    Omg I’m getting anxiety listening to this it’s fantastic

  • Oscar Wang

    Oscar Wang

    4 hours ago

    865 dislikes were from the people on board that have PTSD now

  • Tamar Levin Fisher

    Tamar Levin Fisher

    5 hours ago

    We want to hear about your time in israel!!

  • Lori Mast

    Lori Mast

    5 hours ago

    That's awesome!!!!!!! God obviously placed you there to be connected with this man. God bless!!!

  • Chris M

    Chris M

    5 hours ago

    Im a Firefighter/Paramedic and I do this ALL THE TIME in the field (respond to allergic reactions). They had a 1:10,000 ratio Epi in the box (which is used for cardiac arrest as he said). If you could only have ONE "epi" on board, this is the one to have. Epi-Pens only have ONE dose of Epi (0.3mg). Epi for cardiac arrest is 1mg. You can use that Epi for a total of 3 times (0.3 x 3 = 0.9mg) vs the other epi, which you can only use once. Technically they "over-prepared" by accident. If they had the 1,000 Epi-Pen and the guy needed more, they wouldn't have enough and would have had to land.

  • Imaan Aamir

    Imaan Aamir

    5 hours ago

    This is like when my mom and dad give meeting and lectures in their hospital. Lol

  • נתנאל בולג

    נתנאל בולג

    5 hours ago

    I live in Israel! הינה הוכחה

  • TheDeCrescendo

    TheDeCrescendo

    5 hours ago

    Airplane emergencies seem to be common in medical shows. You should watch Grey’s Anatomy season 13 episode 20: In the Air Tonight

  • Rahil Masih

    Rahil Masih

    5 hours ago

    😊😊💖💖

  • Sharki

    Sharki

    5 hours ago

    Could this reaction happen if you are not allergic to anything?

  • Beatrice Arie

    Beatrice Arie

    5 hours ago

    I’m allergic to red meat and will have anaphylaxis too lol.. the allergy med doesn’t work I gotta get injection.

  • Cody Murphy

    Cody Murphy

    5 hours ago

    Ah America: even your companies are killing people with lack of healthcare.

  • kelsie

    kelsie

    5 hours ago

    Creamin my jeans

  • Ryder

    Ryder

    6 hours ago

    The only reason I failed my college class was because I didnt do the homework enough, yet, I managed to win competitions in the medical field. I'm pissed at myself, but now I'm gonna just look into online classes.

  • Bryan Pena

    Bryan Pena

    6 hours ago

    Good stuff!

  • Tony Wagner

    Tony Wagner

    6 hours ago

    I think you are actually too cute for a girlfriend!

  • Bednarik Fam

    Bednarik Fam

    6 hours ago

    I know for a while the price of an epi pen was hundreds of dollars! Our volunteer fire agency couldn’t afford that and neither could the ambulance company. So we started carrying multidose vials of Epi 1:1,000 and just having IM needles with it to use. I am not sure what the price is now, but we never went back to carrying Epi pens, the other is still cheaper. I think Epi and Narcan should be standard in first aid kits on airplanes.

  • xpert SAI RAM

    xpert SAI RAM

    6 hours ago

    Time to react on House M.D Airborne Hysteria Doctor!!❤️❤️❤️ your videos

  • TSD kha1

    TSD kha1

    6 hours ago

    Oh shoot.....he's on a black couch

  • Jacob Hoppe

    Jacob Hoppe

    6 hours ago

    Doctor Mike, the tick does not cause the allergy. The allergy is already there, before the patient is bitten. However, the tick does cause the patient to have anaphylactix. Before the patient is bitten, anytime they have red meat, they have a minor reaction that causes stress on the vascular system, slowly killing them over time. When bitten, and we do see these big reactions, it is brought to the attention of both the medical professional and patient. Unfortunately, they patient can die before they are treated for the anaphylactix. So, the getting bitten by the tick plays this double game, and shows why not all people bitten become allergic to red meat.

  • The Random Engineer

    The Random Engineer

    6 hours ago

    Corporate is too cheap for both pens. B

  • Nick F

    Nick F

    7 hours ago

    0:40 I'm wondering that too. Is Dr. Mike on the DL? 🍆 💦 😋

  • RichformO4/Richwheels

    RichformO4/Richwheels

    7 hours ago

    god bless

  • Cupcake Cupcake

    Cupcake Cupcake

    7 hours ago

    So it's okay if the tick bites me, I can still eat my man's meat 😏😏

  • Rylando Playz

    Rylando Playz

    7 hours ago

    I was on that plane a people were saying that he was dead

  • Kai Sea

    Kai Sea

    7 hours ago

    Childcare worker here: *All med kits should have epipens what the actual fuck* And I reckon aeroplanes should have an emergency surgery kit too.

  • Dr. Koralev M.D.

    Dr. Koralev M.D.

    7 hours ago

    I have had the same situation on a flight but when a child had a peanut allergy. The mother had went to the bathroom, and the flight attendant had given everyone desserts with peanuts and the child ate a large amount of them. She then continued to go into Anaphylaxis, and there was no onboard epipen, so I had to ask through the loud speaker if any passenger had an epipen that would not come into use anytime soon. Luckily, a young man did have one.

  • J_Jammer

    J_Jammer

    7 hours ago

    This is awesome. Thanks for being knowledgable enough to figure out how to figure out how to get something done. We can't know everything, but it's good to know where to get the info if needed. Glad it worked out well and that there were helpful people that made it possible to workout well.

  • Courtney

    Courtney

    7 hours ago

    Philly D!

  • Hana Riaz

    Hana Riaz

    7 hours ago

    I have the biggest respect for you. Seriously need way more people like you. Much love❤❤❤

  • Edsel Ford

    Edsel Ford

    7 hours ago

    Keep up on your airway training we have classes here in Texas for like 50$ you call work on cadaver for intubation cric etc.. epi pen and training on how to use epi 1 ;1000. For maintenance doses. As a paramedic it's ideal.

  • The Keen Peach

    The Keen Peach

    7 hours ago

    😵😵😵😵😵 Praise God for Dr. Mike!!!

  • kasinanaa

    kasinanaa

    7 hours ago

    tell us about Israel!!

  • LlamaGem

    LlamaGem

    7 hours ago

    “Medical Mode”

  • diane shelton

    diane shelton

    7 hours ago

    NEVER, EVER , EVER get a patient having an anaphylactic episode stand up, lie them down, no end of people have been killed by people asking them to stand up. You are at risk of giving them empty heart syndrome. DO NOT DO IT. wait until their blood pressure has been up for at least 45 minutes before you get them to stand up. A sore leg is nothing compared to be killed. www.nhs.uk/conditions/anaphylaxis/treatment/ Jext pens, exactly the same as Epi pens are a lot cheaper.

  • Knuckles 32506

    Knuckles 32506

    7 hours ago

    4:15 yeah Delta sucks, we had to threaten to sew them... for umm reasons. 😐

  • Ask to seduce Miss

    Ask to seduce Miss

    7 hours ago

    I have alpha-gal it sucks

  • Bless R

    Bless R

    8 hours ago

    Lool, the amount of times epinephrine was mentioned though...

  • Bee Xiong

    Bee Xiong

    8 hours ago

    You are amazing dr mike.

  • RTahavori

    RTahavori

    8 hours ago

    @Dr. Mike, obviously respect for saving this young man's life, but also respect for your humility and admission that you don't know everything and need to look things up. That's a real sign of wisdom and intelligence. I wish more physicians had your attitude, perspective and humility. Cheers

  • Ask to seduce Miss

    Ask to seduce Miss

    7 hours ago

    happening to have one. We need this in the emergency kit. I never knew about the tic that could cause the allergic reaction to red meat.

  • B

    B

    8 hours ago

    Question! If this man had a pacemaker and started showing signs of anaphylaxis, would you go ahead an do a cric?

  • Omar Assadi

    Omar Assadi

    8 hours ago

    Dope, Zionism

  • sade

    sade

    8 hours ago

    Did they make you show your hospital ID or anything to confirm that you're a doctor? My first thought was that if you looked differently, they may not believe you right away...

  • Takyra XO

    Takyra XO

    8 hours ago

    Do people forget that you’re a doctor ? Like I get that you’re morbidly handsome, but you still work hard asf to become a doctor and to save lives lmao.

  • MrMonsterHunter 808

    MrMonsterHunter 808

    8 hours ago

    “Were delta airlines and life is a fucking nightmare” -John Mulaney Fuck delta

  • AdLibby

    AdLibby

    8 hours ago

    It kinda shocks me that they don’t have an emergency scalpel on board (under lock and key of course) for such emergencies. What if, because they didn’t have the epipen you DID have to cut his airway open? Using glass sounds terrible!

  • Mikail Bags

    Mikail Bags

    8 hours ago

    ryan gosling 2:0

  • PinkSpace MSP

    PinkSpace MSP

    8 hours ago

    the good doctor x2

  • No I don't

    No I don't

    9 hours ago

    2:20 Ohohohoho. So when those ticks have conquered the world I can still eat red meat if its from a humie? Good to know.

  • Quadrilateral8 Nobody

    Quadrilateral8 Nobody

    9 hours ago

    I went into anaphylactic shock because of ibuprofen, and then I went into anaphylactic shock because of IV Benadryl. Yeah I still scars from my epipen

  • Lolop Callulu

    Lolop Callulu

    9 hours ago

    I love how educated you are, I hope to be able to randomly have facts like these in my head that can help people... I wanted to be a doctor but I’m terrified of everything medical, this story made me cry... shots, doctor uniforms, even the smell of alcohol wipes make me ball my eyes out because I’m truly terrified... I’m 15 and I can’t even go to doctor’s appointments by myself

  • Ľuboš Rybanský

    Ľuboš Rybanský

    9 hours ago

    2:40 it's not like adrenalin, it's just the American word for adrenaline. Adrenaline comes from Latin and epinephrine from Greek and they both come from the word for kidney.

  • Dimitri McCombs

    Dimitri McCombs

    10 hours ago

    What an amazing video! I agree airlines should have epipens on board for this reason. Good thing you were there!! Good work

  • Egroj Lig

    Egroj Lig

    10 hours ago

    Dr.Mike

  • Unknown Bhu

    Unknown Bhu

    10 hours ago

    Thank you Dr mike. I always travel in flights and get scared what if I need to do an emergency tracheostomy! That's just not that easy. I'm a obgyn

  • Cheryl

    Cheryl

    10 hours ago

    I cannot believe that there aren't epi pens onboard, ESPECIALLY on long international flights. Thankfully you were there Dr Mike, but like you said, we cannot rely on a passenger happening to have one. We need this in the emergency kit. I never knew about the tic that could cause the allergic reaction to red meat.

  • Gamingkod YT

    Gamingkod YT

    10 hours ago

    I have alpha-gal it sucks

  • Isabella Wang

    Isabella Wang

    10 hours ago

    Anyone else get unsatisfied by his tie?!

  • Hi Im Wolfram

    Hi Im Wolfram

    10 hours ago

    Who else got a Brendon Urie vibe when he went to meet up woth the kid wearing all black ?

  • ארז ביטון

    ארז ביטון

    11 hours ago

    Hey doc mike new sub. Im from israel i"d love to hear how your trip was to our country and what we had to offer. All the best anywey

  • Sara Hawkins

    Sara Hawkins

    11 hours ago

    Thanks Dr Mike for bringing light to a serious situation. EpiPens should be carried in first aid kits or AED kits.

  • B1ZZAR3 BAND1T

    B1ZZAR3 BAND1T

    11 hours ago

    So basically that tick made him a vegan?

  • Chana Abadi

    Chana Abadi

    11 hours ago

    Tell us about your time in Israel. I love going there, I try to visit some friends at least once a year.

  • marlene mhambi

    marlene mhambi

    12 hours ago

    in germany we still to that, in intensive care, when patients need to be on a breathing mashine for longer then a couple of weeks... to decrease the infection risk of the airways ?!

  • marlene mhambi

    marlene mhambi

    5 hours ago

    umad bro ja ich weiß schon von was du sprichst und auch was der Unterschied ist, ich habe ihn einfach falsch verstanden und kenne das Krankenhaus System in Amerika nicht.... kenne zwei Leute die es im letzten Jahr in Berlin gemacht haben, muss ja dann ein besonderer Zufall gewesen sein ^^

  • umad bro

    umad bro

    8 hours ago

    @marlene mhambi Nein, er hat ganz klar von einer Cric gesprochen, kurz für Cricothyrotomy -> auf deutsch Koniotomie. Das ist ein absoluter Notfalleingriff, das Risiko für schwere Verletzungen des Kehlkopfs ist relativ hoch. Es gibt mittlerweile durch Videolaryngoskope und fiberoptische Intubationshilfen nur noch sehr wenige Indikationen, wenn das in ganz Deutschland 10 mal im Jahr gemacht wird ist das schon hoch geschätzt

  • marlene mhambi

    marlene mhambi

    8 hours ago

    Okay aber es klang so als ob die auch eine tracheotomie nicht machen

  • umad bro

    umad bro

    8 hours ago

    Das ist keine Koniotomie, sondern eine operative Anlage eines Tracheostomas. Das sind 2 völlig unterschiedliche Dinge!

  • Sini-susanna Oksanen

    Sini-susanna Oksanen

    12 hours ago

    heroic

  • R AE

    R AE

    12 hours ago

    Doctor mike saves life on his way to nation known for the murder of Palestinians

  • ME! 12

    ME! 12

    12 hours ago

    Palestine not Israel please

  • MojoRisin

    MojoRisin

    12 hours ago

    i don't need a basic doc telling me what to carry. but if you're fucking allergic to something, carry a fucking pen. else, fucking die. really. no one needs you anymore. really, just die.

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