Emergency viewers left 'vomiting' by gory operation scenes in new Channel 4 show

EMERGENCY viewers have been left 'vomiting' by gory operation scenes in the new Channel 4 show.

The Channel 4 series follows the work of the London Major Trauma System, an interconnected network of hospitals, air ambulances and paramedics that was set up following the 7/7 bombings in 2005.

It follows the minute-by-minute decisions made by the staff in the various hospitals and departments, decisions that can be the difference between life or death.

At one point during Monday's episode, the cameras headed to St Mary's North West London where Wayland, 53, had been brought in after being stabbed.

As Wayland was surrounded by trauma unit staff, a paramedic told them: "Altercation outside a restaurant about 9pm where he was slashed or stabbed."

The voice of one of the doctors was then heard saying: "Blood is a precious commodity.

"A stabbing can be very catastrophic, if the blade hits the heart or a major vessel in the chest or abdomen you can bleed out within minutes."

Back in the trauma unit, the doctor asked to see the wound, before Wayland was then rushed off to surgery, and what was revealed left some viewers at home feeling queasy.

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Taking to Twitter, one wrote: "Holy s**t. Just seen a degloving injury on #Emergency @Channel4."

Another added: "Nasty stab wound that s on Emergency on channel 4, thanks god that was not in the heart."

The episode also featured a 58-year-old man who had been crushed by a 400kg crate at work and Danilo, 28, who had “injuries from top to toe” after a motorbike crash.

Emergency continues tonight at 9pm on Channel 4.

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