Artjom gilz. Charité (TV series)

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Adolphe Jung is a surgeon from and has been transferred to Berlin. De Crinis is approached by Magda Goebbels who asks him to give her because she wants to kill herself and her children. Both Charité and Charité at War weave soap opera drama into the historic events of the day, showing how human passions influenced tremendous medical breakthroughs, and how politics got in the way of science. Otto is shot during one of the last shoot-outs in the streets and bleeding out, but Martin saves him by getting him to the bunker. It's not only her colleagues who are taken aback at Ida's plans. Many medical issues and procedures seem correct for its time, but the one doctor was doing mouth to mouth on a baby and that procedure did not come into practice until the 1950s.

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Margot, a children's nurse, tells Professor Bessau about her case who wants to put Karin in a Kinderfachabteilung which means ' specialty children's department, but is actually a euphemism for a Child Euthanasia program. He struggles at first, but ultimately passes his test. One of the most known doctors at the Charité is Ferdinand Sauerbruch, a surgeon practicing there since 1928. She reaches a decision: She will study medicine, even if it seems above her place and unrealistic to her fellow orderly nurses. A prominent patient is keeping not only the Charité on edge, but the whole German Empire: Crown Prince Friedrich may have cancer of the larynx. The Kaiser promises Koch his own research institute if he can find a remedy by the time of the next World Medical Convention. Karin's therapy is useless which is why Artur wants to put her in the Kinderfachabteilung without Anni's knowledge.

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Anni does not want to practice medicine before her child is born and focuses on writing a thesis about self-mutilation. Koch has struck up an affair with Hedwig, 30 years his junior, trying to keep his affair a secret. Behring tells Ida that women can study medicine in Switzerland - but not in the German Reich - and gives her books to read. In the end, the Nazi authorities become preoccupied with destroying evidence of their crimes, killing patients and, ultimately, themselves. Behring convinces Spinola of his revolutionary idea for a diphtheria remedy. On Christmas Eve, Sauerbruch delivers a speech about the humanity and love in medicine.

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Sauerbruch is visited by Karl Bonhoeffer who was de Crinis' predecessor. Artur asks Sauerbruch to keep Karin in the surgical ward since she wouldn't be safe in the children's ward because of his superior Professor Bessau who supports the euthanasia program. Charité Genre Created by Written by Dorothee Schön Sabine Thor-Wiedemann Directed by Season 1 Season 2 Starring Season 1 Season 2 Theme music composer Martin Lingnau Ingmar Süberkrüb Season 1 John Gürtler Hannah von Hübbenet Season 2 Country of origin Original language s German No. When the niece of clinic director Spinola comes down with diphtheria, Dr. Ida suspects the brilliant but sensitive man needs a strong woman at his side - and is willing to give up on her dream of studying medicine for his sake. De Crinis exploits Sauerbruch's absence to declare von Dohanyi a malingerer and gets him arrested again. Nevertheless, when nursing assistant Stine comes down with diphtheria, Ida begs Behring to try his untested serum.

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Charité at War (TV Series 2019

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However, the job goes to Behring's rival Paul Ehrlich, the Jewish doctor to whom Koch is like a father. The genetic value of a person is determined by the tribe and not their looks or health condition. This is why she reveals his relationship with Martin to the police who arrest both. In 1945, the end of the Hitler regime draws near. Charité at War pulls off something stunning. She admits to Anni that her marriage has become nothing more than a façade.

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Created by Dorothee Schön, directed by Anno Saul and co-written by Schön and Sabine Thor-Wiedemann, the six episodes actually make up the second season of a series devoted to the institution—the first takes place in 1888 and following years. His injuries are also the subject of Otto's exam questions. At the beginning of the Wilhelmine Period, up to 4,000 patients are treated annually. The first season was directed by , and was written by winner and Sabine Thor-Wiedemann. Like Charité, Charité at War is six episodes long and the whole season is now streaming on Netflix. Sauerbruch doubts something like this could happen in the hospital and also denies any rumors about human experiments on disabled people and Nazi prisoners.

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