Use Christmas lights, an empty water bottle or--gross--a mess of maggots to save someone's life (or a leg)? That's right: it's Dr. Hank Lawson to the rescue on the streets, beaches, lawns and buses of the Hamptons using whatever is close at hand. Who knew plastic wrap could be used to protect a wound? Dr. Hank did.
Hank creates an atomizer out of a grape to inject medicine into a patient’s nose.
Hank and Evan manufacture a human-hair splint on a bus crash victim’s broken femur.
Hank uses wire cutters to cut through a fake hollow candy cane to insert as an air tube.
Hank uses a string of Christmas lights and a laptop charger cord to make an informal pacemaker.
Hank uses maggots (controlled with a tea strainer) to eat the dead flesh off a patient’s leg, as the patient is suffering from flesh eating bacteria.
The sun and sand can't stop Hank from saving this lucky girl on the beach.
Evan tries to use ice cubes to relieve a reporter's headache, they melt all over her face.
Using a sterilized rubber glove, Hank makes a Penrose drain to drain Pat's wound of built up lymphatic fluid.
Hank uses a Camelbak hydration backpack, an empty water bottle, and gum to create a vacuum to clear blockage from a patient’s throat.
Hank uses a rope, biking gloves, and a heavy-duty stapler as a way to relocate Keller’s broken arm.
Hank rumages through a wine cellar to find anything that could help this patient.
Dental floss and quick thinking helped Hank save this patient's finger.