Chicago Med’s Upcoming Crisis May Not be as Bad As It Looks

Chicago Med's Upcoming Crisis May Not be as Bad As It Looks

Spoilers ahead: January 12th episode of Chicago MedThe name of the company is “The Things We Thought We Left Behind,”The promo for the next episode

Chicago MedThe Drama in the operating roomThis week, a famous football player will be arriving Wes Tucker in need of a new liver, but with the not-so-small issue that Tucker’s status as an alcoholic ruled him out from the transplant list. A fan suffering from anxiety donated a lobe to his liver. Pamela CrockettThey moved forward with the transplant. They ran into another snag when they discovered they’d have to wait for the donor’s meds to work their way out of his system in four hours, and the promo for the next episode indicates that things will go from inconvenient to bad to worse. It might not be as bad as you think!

First, let’s get to the point: The promo for next episode indicates that something is going wrong in the surgical area that has nothing To deal with medical complicationsYou will get at least one Chicago FireCharacter crossing over. Have a look at these:

I’ll be the first to admit that things look pretty bad for the surgical team at Med in this promo, with first the anesthesiologist dropping, and then Pamela, along with everybody else. Crockett is, thankfully, outside the room when everyone starts dropping so he avoided any of it. As if Goodwin didn’t You have enough problemsSeason 7

Capp – who is evidently dropping by MedStarting at Fire – tells everybody that opening those doors would put everybody at risk, and CFD Squad to send someone isn’t exactly a good sign. Although the odds are good that gas was responsible, it raises more questions than whether everyone will survive. 

Despite the promo focusing on the crisis up in surgery, however, fans don’t have to worry that the whole entire episode will center on whatever has gone wrong with Pamela and the rest collapsing. Next episode of Chicago MedIt is also known as “What You Don’t Know Can’t Hurt You,”The episode description courtesy NBC reveals that there will also be a lot of other things going on: 

Will and Stevie become embroiled in a marital battle. Dr. Blake’s entire surgical team mysteriously collapses during a liver transplant. Charles encourages Ethan toward reconciliation with his father.

It’s a doubtful thought. Chicago MedWould spend time there Will StevieResolving marital disputes or the return EthanLet’s have a heart-to–heart conversation. Dr. CharlesIt is going to be a disaster for everyone if the surgery suite is affected. The description is admittedly short on details, so it’s not 100% clear whether Will is helping Stevie with her pending divorce that she revealed at the end of “The Things We Thought We Left Behind,”Patients or any other problem. 

As for what’s on the way with Ethan, the showrunners His return was a previewFor more information, please visit: “very moving story” with Dr. Charles, and I can only assume that the encouragement to reconcile with his father wouldn’t happen if the hospital is overwhelmed by whatever is affecting the surgical suite. 

None of this is to say that the surgical team will have an easy time in the next episode or recover fully by the end of the hour, but it seems obvious that the crisis won’t be so bad that every single second of the episode needs to be devoted to it. Watch the next episode to find out. Chicago MedIn The 2022 winter TV SeasonWednesday, January 19, 2008 at 8 p.m. ET NBCBefore you know it Chicago Fire9:00 p.m. ET. 

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