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Camel Maestro

It's stories like this from you that inspire me to want to be a doctor even more. Thank you Doctor Mike

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EloraGene McAlarney

I had to used my Eipen at school, i was able do it to myself my friend was freaking out.

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Olivera Denčić

So what was up in Israel?

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Paul Vanukoff

"They thanked me for not diverting the plane and ruining their plans.". Wow. How selfish some people are.

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Arthur Morgan

But was there a PHELANGE on the plane ?

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BLMMRTX

Didn't they do one of those throat punches in saw? Or is that not the incision we're talking about?

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Tuan Faizah Tuan An Rahman

👏🏻 You are so cool

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Saskia

What a lad 👏🏻

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ThatOneUselessHumanBeing

Is there a doctor on board

I know how to call one
breathes in chestcompressionsareuseless

doctor mike suddenly appears in front what did u just say..M O R T A L

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D2R_Rezit

I wonder what the other passengers think when they heard a guy screaming.

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Marissa Morris

OH MY GOD I JUST FIGURED OUT WHO HE REMINDS ME OF

will gram for HANNIBAL

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King Henry VIII

delta Airlines
BYOE

Bing your own epinephrine

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Jordyyy Johnson :D

Doctor expectations: *professional*
Mike: *hoodie, no shoes, looked dead inside*

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Cassiopeia stars

This reminds me of the kdrama Nice Guy, where the guy has to safe a girl on an airplane 🤔🤣

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Alliecat

My brother has this!

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delightfullyawkward

It baffles me that doctors are like trained experts in the science of deduction, they're like detectives pretty much. They have to just take what to anyone else would be a series of abstract symptoms and pretty much use only the information someone gives them, put it all together to come to a conclusion and possibly save someone's life. And they just always have to be ready for some medical emergency, because they're never not a doctor. Emergencies don't stop happening when they leave work. It's incredible how they can think on their feet

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Oculus Gameplay

quick question. i have an allergy to peanuts. my sister was doing OIT(oral immune therapy)<— i think i spelt that right. and the doctor said after her dose she could not do any high activity. if adrenaline makes your heart rate speed up that will cary the allergy through your system and make is spread faster. how come it doesn't do that?

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Jason Andrade

I dont ever wanna be bit by that tick yikes talk about life changing

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-Pastelle Qween-

Delta should take notes

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ksoo 14

I just got recommended by youtube abt ur channel and it feels like i was watching greys anatomy…IN A GOOD WAY

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kev3d

Wait a minute, a flight from New York to Israel and there was only one doctor on board?

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Sibling Time

I legit thought I clicked on a news channel for like the first few seconds 😂😂

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Gabrielle Grizzle

I don’t know why schools don’t have epipens in the classrooms or with the teacher while they’re outside at recess for bee stings. It all happens to quickly!

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Maryam E

no disrespect but i would feel guilty if i didn't mention this but i'm palestinian and i don't exactly support any israeli organizations but i still love ur videos. keep doing what you do!

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Unclenoodle Gaming And More.

“sexiest doctor alive” every title for doctor mike

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Alfredopizzaluver151

Doctor Mike, please appeal to politicians on passing a mandatory Epipen bill for flights. I have a feeling the airports won't listen unless a law is passed.

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Nissigrace Manabat

God bless you dr. Mike!

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Am i POGI

😍😍😍😍

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Cheukhin Leung

i have similar experience as a nurse but not sooo "emergency". Keep momitoring a patient on flight with basic equipments instead of monitors in hospital setting was really tired and scary.

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Kylie Allyson

9:26 wha-

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The Black Crow

If you get bit by the tic, do you get an allergy to meat forever?

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Acoo 22

I think it's weird that a patients heart beat would change into a YouTube logo

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coconut7838

What a great job! You can take your profession with you where ever you go.lol
Saving some ones life is 100% satisfying.

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Maria Amor Alcantara

question is, who takes care of bear while you're not around?

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Josh

greys anatomy writers: WRITE THAT DOWN, WRITE THAT DOWN

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Solomon Rivers

All this craziness happened on a plane?? Surely you can’t be serious

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Void

There are always peanuts on planes right…? The fourth most common allergic substance? There should have been an epi pen

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Rafael Vargas

Doctor mike needs a super suit now 😂

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*Liz_Gacha*

This is what being a true hero is about

He really went beyond plus ultra

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Travis Bohanan

Nervous and tired… sounds like medical school lol.

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Travis Bohanan

Oh and epi-pens are godawful expensive now, so now it’s just time to die.

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Jody Pope

Airlines should be required, to keep epi-pens, on board by law

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The Advait.K Show

Ever imagined your doctor says"Don't worry I have watched YouTube tutorials"

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Mob '

When he mentioned tick, I was gonna cry.

The most creepiest thing ever.

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T S

A little late to the party here, but as a person with a life-threatening food allergy, I want to say THANK YOU (todah rabah 😉) for what you did for this guy. And thanks also for calling attention to this very serious issue!

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Gr3eNM

I wish the immune system can realize its killing itself by swelling the throat

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Flaming Tainted Soul

Im surprised that people with allergies dont carry epipens. My mom has always taught me that if you have an allergy, to carry around an epipen. I had an allergic reaction to claires makeup when i was younger, and my mom has always made sure to keep extra epipens for me and for herself on her at all times. Ive never worn cheap makeup since then, and if i do wear makeup i make sure to not itch or scratch myself with makeup still on my hands just incase it happens again. I get small singular hives on my arms and legs sometimes, and usually if i run them underwater or rub some of saliva on them (thats something i do if i dont have access to water, and it works quite well since im use to any germs on my own body, so my saliva isnt harmful to me.), the hives go away, but i always make sure to monitor them incase they get worse.

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Isabella Restrepo

The vegans are coming with these ticks !!!

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Justin Ta

How do doctors deal with collapsed lungs on planes?

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Carmen Montijo

My mom has alpha-gal, she's had it for about 13 years, the worst red meat for her is pork. Now she stays away from all red meat

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#KittyCatDays

0:16 why did I think that was the Sherlock theme tho!?

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Yousef Douay Bahran

Palestine, not israhell

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HusseinXT3Gaming

Because that's what heroes do

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Sufyaan Mahomed

Boss I need to become an expert doctor like you man

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Dobby

Mike is like the real life Shaun Murphy in the first episode where he does field medicine

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Maro He

Me: dosent understand anything (or at least tries)
also me: watches entire video

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Devorah L. Jaffe

Was it a Thursday/Friday flight? Wondering if that’s the reason they were happy the flight wasn’t diverted? 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Mae

I hope this video gets out and make it required to have at least 2 pens onboard at all times! There should be no excuse. What shell out a couple hundred versus someone’s life?

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jhanika ahuja

THE HOTTEST DOCTOR!!

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Kenneth White

Personally I'm just really surprised by what the allergic reaction was caused by due to myself having the same allergy and I'm looking for more information on this allergy I've had it for about a year now and barely understand myself, when I first got it my doctor had no clue what the allergy was to so when it comes to viable trustworthy information I'm still looking to see like is it an allergy I could possibly grow out of in time, what meats contain this glucose and etc, if anyone could help me out on this that's be amazing

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Sploxy 1234

‪Join team trees (watch mrbeasts video)‬

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Skyris Gacha

You know what’s funny? I was just watching this when I see the little recommendation thing in the corner of the vid, you know what it said?

It was you reacting to grey’s anatomy, and that is what’s playing on the tv about 15ish feet away from me🤣

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Bianca M

What kind of doc are you? Like what specific branch are you in?

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Frances Runyan

So this man is obviously my future husband 😂

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Jessica Snow

Are the flight attendants not first aid trained?

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Natasha VanHeteren

I was bit by a lone star tick 😅

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alexakazeo

MIKE M.D. next series

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cindyboss07

Hearing this story reminds me of Grey's Anatomy episode season 13 episode 20 you should do that as your next watch episode

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KzCreationz & More

Dr Mike: Grey’s Anatomy is so unrealistic!
Also Dr Mike: *lives a real life drama episode*
Dr Mike: Continue Grey, continue

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KzCreationz & More

No one:
Me: *frantically checks for ticks to I can continue to have those sweet sweet ribs*

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Box

Lol! I’m a nurse now but a prior flight attendant. I totally believe passengers only thanked your for not diverting the flight instead of, you know, saving a freaking life! Also that information about the lone star tick and alpha-gal was really informative. Nice work with the few resources you had!

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Rebekka Pacquing

You should try reacting to Korean medical dramas!

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spillthegaytea T_T

When I look at Mike with glasses, I don't see Mike.

I can only see Jim Halbert.

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Handygirl

Did you send him a bill? Lol

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Alex Hinojos

I’m a US Navy Corpsman and had a similar experience on a flight to Spain. A woman in the seat in front of me started to have a generalized tonic-clonic seizure. The flight attendant immediately started to ask if they were any medical personnel on board and I waited to see if they were any MD’s on board before I took control, no one stood up and I reluctantly stood up (on international flights US military cannot have any ties to the military for OPSEC reasons so I told her I was a nurse back in the US, Corpsman are not nurses btw, we’re more of EMTs) I approached the woman and started my assessments like getting an LOC, vitals, primary and secondary assessments, asking the people around her if they knew anything about her, turns out the man next to her was the husband and I asked him all the necessary questions about allergies and illnesses, come to find out the woman had diabetes, all the symptoms lined up perfectly with hypoglycemic shock, Rapid heart rate, shakiness, the seizure, clammy skin. But to be sure I didn’t want to try and perform the wrong intervention so I asked the husband what type it was and he was unsure. So I smelled her breath to see if I could recognize any fruity smell that would come from diabetic ketoacidosis. Thankfully it didn’t, by this time I had the flight attendants bag her and start to do ventilations for this unconscious woman. My brain started firing in all different directions and so I had to take a couple of seconds to think about my next move, fyi this was my first real medical emergency I’ve dealt with, I start looking around and I see the coffee station towards the back of the plane where we were at, I rushed to the station and grabbed some sugar packets , I came back and I stuck my finger in the woman’s mouth to get it moist and I opened the sugar pack and dipped my finger in it and put sugar into the woman’s cheek and under her tongue. I took over ventilations and in about 30-45 seconds the woman woke up and was fully aware of what was going on. I of course let the flight attendants know that there was no need to divert the plane yet, we still had about 5 hrs left in the flight so we were right over the ocean, there was no where for us to go. I returned to my seat after the flight attendants were finished with they’re reports and checked on her every 5-10 minutes for the next couple of hours. She had left her medicine in her checked bag, she took a dose before she got on the plane but she didn’t compensate for the hours we would be on the flight. So I told her to slowly eat one of the kit kats provided in the in flight dinner. All in all, the scariest experience of my life.

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briar nolet sitee

Okay but I'm from Israel and I just wanna know was Israel good to you?!

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Mason 11

How does this have over 1,000 dislikes?

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Haley McCabe

Question: If someone has a really bad anaphylactic (allergic) reaction, can you use someone else's epipen?

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András Palánki

Some animals, but not people. Cannibals are ok or what? Dr. Mike, wth? 😀

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banana patas

good dotor

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megan parnell

so if you get bit by that tic, you can still eat people….pheww!

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AverageDoggo

Shill defraudo even picked up the story, wow

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I Love The Colour Pink

The title is spelt wrong it’s aeroplane not airplane 🤣🤣🙈🙈

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NightOwlHazards

Yoooo!!!! Imagine if GREYS ANATOMY asked Dr. Mike to go on their show??!!!! 🥰🥰😍😍😍

Battle of the hot doctors right there!!! Awww he could help Maggie move on!!!!! ❤️❤️

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Mia Ellis-Gladwell

Dr mike- saves a patient's life
Online news- INSTAGRAMS HOT DOCTOR

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Stuart Hollingsead

Is there a medical professional on the plane?
my brain: I'm an MLS, no way in hell I am raising my hand…

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Ahren Aliant

I take a special medication for my allergy because of my severe needle phobia and when ever I fly I take my epi pen with me for this reason.

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Manny2 does stuff

now im am so scared because of that tic I don't wanna be a vegitarian

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sheila thompson

here in germany the medicine you have against the tick bite isn't legal. so if u are in the us for a holiday or something, get bitten and then come back you'd have to go to the us to get the medicine

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Chloe E.

I work on a nature conserve in Virginia and Lone Star Ticks scare TF out of me. Truly

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midwest traveler

i like all those straight passengers who thanked him for not diverting the flight.

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Mohammed Lotfy

I am pretty disappointed that you support Israel i love you and your content but that just makes me sad

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Lvu24

So much knowledge in this video….had no idea about the tick and the delayed allergy to red meat. 🤯

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Lvu24

Thank you Dr. Mike for assisting and helping this young man on air. Was this your first medical experience on an airplane?

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Tasneem Dweikat

You did such an amazing thing. But one note ( IT'S PALESTINE NOT ISRAEL )

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Kyra Zimmer

8:50 wasn't that a "for the attention that i gave BREACH OF CONFIDENTIALITY" just there? though i doubt it matters after all the media coverage :'D

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Vince Black

Well at least it was not Lupas 😂

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Niva Raven

Oh noo, just thought he was a nice guy and then he talks about Israel…

#FreePalestine

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chicken wings stan girl

a special shoutout goes to dr mike for not diverting the flight . a true hero indeed 👏👏👏

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GlitchBoi

Doctor: I'ma look up how to do this procedure
YouTube: I think this is a good time for 2 30 second ads.

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