From Grey’s Anatomy to Dr House, medical series have come under the microscope of a group of experts.
Emergency, Good doctor, Dr House or Grey’s Anatomy, which has just landed on Disney +, there are many series on the medical world. The recipe is almost always the same, there are stories of the heart, heartbreaking farewells, extraordinary catastrophes, patients saved. in extremis or even revolutionary surgical procedures. As one can imagine, some of these series are closer to fiction than to the realistic portrayal of life in the hospital. The site Insider has also questioned a group of experts, composed of doctors and nurses, on this subject. Their verdict is final, Grey’s Anatomy Even though it was very entertaining and enjoyable, it only got a score of 4/10 in realism. This is due to an often incorrect representation of certain situations and relationships within the hospital body.
Just above the average there is Good doctor with 6/10, which despite a few errors, especially in terms of protocol compliance during operations, remains one of the most realistic at the moment. Medical series par excellence, Emergency is also a good student, and obtains a 7/10. As astonishing as it sounds the satirical show Scrubs comes even higher with a nice 8/10. If he seduced the group of experts, it is thanks to his human characters and his adequate representation of the life of young doctors. Finally, the big winner is none other Dr House, which collects the score of 9.5 / 10. The series is almost flawless in terms of medical jargon, and Gregory House’s diagnostic methods, while at times unorthodox, are both intriguing and interesting.