Cain gained his newest affected person in a poker recreation and he’s acquired large plans for his subsequent surgical procedure on this EXCLUSIVE preview of the Nov. 12 episode of ‘The Resident.’
Kit goes to Bell’s assistant to ask about Bell’s whereabouts on this EXCLUSIVE sneak peek of the all-new episode of The Resident. Before she leaves, she asks about an ortho affected person named Horace Dudley. Bell’s assistant reveals that Bell truly gained that affected person in a poker recreation. She is shocked, to say the least.
Meanwhile, Bell is discussing that affected person with Cain. Cain says that Horace is “in need of a miracle” however he doesn’t need to go the strange route. He needs to carry out synthetic disc surgical procedure and exchange all 4 of the affected discs. Bell asks whether or not or not that’s ever been executed earlier than. Cain says it has however simply not within the United States.
“When I’m done, Horace Dudley will have a bionic spine,” Cain says, principally to himself. Bell reminds him that there aren’t any U.S. research on the long-term outcomes from a number of synthetic discs. “Every study needs a first patient. Horace Dudley will be that patient,” Cain tells Bell. However, Bell isn’t budging. He tells Cain that he must see the abroad information earlier than signing off on the surgical procedure. Cain appears a bit peeved at Bell’s request however he says he’ll ship him the knowledge.
The synopsis for the Nov. 12 episode reads: “On National Nurses’ Day, Chastain’s nurses are severely understaffed and overworked, leaving them all feeling exhausted and underappreciated. Cain performs a dangerous surgery on a new patient he won in a game of poker. Meanwhile, Conrad discovers that his father has been administered the same drug that he fears played a role in Jessie’s death, The Raptor comes face-to-face with his birth mother for the first time and Irving attempts to take the next step in his relationship with Jessica.” The Resident season three airs Tuesdays at eight p.m. on FOX.