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"Picket Fences" Frog Man (TV Episode 1993) Poster

(TV Series)

(1993)

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As Kenny is being wheeled into the hospital on the gurney, one of the paramedics says "32 over 50, he's going down", referring to his blood pressure. Blood pressure is given as the systolic pressure over the diastolic pressure, or maximum vessel pressure obtained when the heart contracts, over the resting pressure. The first number is always the highest, It would be 50 over 32 if given this way. No one trained in reading blood pressures, especially a paramedic, would ever make this mistake.

In addition, a reading of 32 can not be obtained via a BP cuff, and 50 would be difficult. Normally you would hear "BP is 50 by palpation", meaning by finding where the pulse can be felt in the vessel with one's fingertip as pressure is released from the cuff.
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When Kenny is brought into the ER, one of the paramedics says"one in the left Deltoid, one in the thoracic cavity, no exit wound." We see Kenny the next day getting his bandages changed. One wound is in his lower left abdomen, the other is in his upper left shoulder. Since we see him get shot once in the front, and once in the lower back, the second round obviously was a through and through (which Jill states after the surgery "only one bullet was recovered, the other went through"); Obviously the paramedic was wrong that there was no exit wound, as the second round entered Kenny's back and exited out the front. A paramedic would not make this mistake.
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The paramedic says "one in the left Deltoid, one in the thoracic cavity, no exit wound." We find out later that one bullet has hit Kenny in the shoulder (the Deltoid wound), but the other hit him in the lower back, and exited from what is described as the Left Lower Quadrant, or LLQ. A paramedic would not make this mistake.
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