Chicago Med Season 8 Episode 6: "Mama Said There Would Be Days Like This" Quotes
Will: You left before the surgery was completed?
Marcel: No. The repair was complete.
Will: Obviously, it wasn't. You should have taken care of her. She should have been your priority.
Samir: You know, I have been in some hairy situations, but this one scared the crap out of me. And you were so calm during it.
Vanessa: Like I said, you gotta help the helpers.
Choi: How did her OB miss this?
Sharon: Unfortunately, many women's symptoms are missed in post-partum care. In American medicine, the woman is the wrapper, the baby the candy.
Will: Where's Maria?
Marcel: Team just took her to pre-op.
Will: I've been thinking about it. We should hold off on surgery. I want to pitch her the stent one more time.
Marcel: Come on, Will, we both know that's not a long-term solution.
Will: But given her age and livelihood, we shouldn't be so eager to flay her arm. Risk rehab, extensive nerve injury. No, no. Her hands are her life and we shouldn't take that from her.
Marcel: All the more reason to do the vascular repair. Deal with the pseudo-aneurysm with a stitch and keep her off anti-platelets. Besides, she's already consented.
Will: That's because she saw you on TV! She's starstruck being treated by the hotshot doctor from the news.
Marcel: You called me, remember?
Will: You don't think all that influenced her decision?
Marcel: I don't know, but I think maybe your connection with the patient is influencing yours.
Woman: Help! Somebody take him.
[Choi takes the baby.] Choi: What's wrong?
Woman: It's me. I'm going to hurt him. I'm what's wrong.
Reporter: People are calling you a hero, but is that how you would characterize yourself?
Jack: You know he gerry-rigged a lung transplant just days after the incident? Confident, creative. Future of medicine, this guy.