Operation Ouch! - S04E01

This item is included in the following series/curriculum: Operation Ouch!  

  • Grade Level: Primary (1-3)-Junior High (7-9)
  • Subjects: Science and Nature, Medicine, Life Science
  • Produced By: Serious Lunch Ltd
  • Year: 2015
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 28m
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The Doctors head into the lab where they use a pig's spinal column and some dominoes to show us what a spinal cord looks like and what nerves and the myelin sheath do.

The Doctors also go "Ouch & About" in the Ouchmobile where Dr. Xand meets a girl with a visible line of Blaschko running down her tummy and a girl with mosaicism, while Dr. Chris explains why we turn red when we're shy and why a paper cut hurts so much.

Dr. Xand collects some samples from people's hands and then takes those samples to a lab to investigate why it's so important to wash your hands as often as possible.

In Accident & Emergency, one patient has a candy stuck up her nose and another patient has a sore and swollen ear.

Plus, we learn how the mindbending Ebbinghaus Illusion works and Dr. Chris goes on call with an emergency medical team.

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