Maggie informs Rama of her next patient and family. They are Syrian refugees and their baby is battling a bacterial infection. They begin conversing in Arabic. Dr. Rhodes and Dr. Latham supervise them. Dr. Latham instructs them not to speak in Arabic. Rama gives the baby a prescription of Nicotine B12. Behind her back, Dr. Latham changes the prescription. The parents try to argue with him but he assures them it's the right call. Rama begins seeing that the baby's case is becoming worse. She argues with Dr. Latham about the prescription and proves/explains that his prescription is wrong. The baby dies and Rama is heartbroken and angry.
Rama. Rama stop. He's gone.
One milligram of Epi. Charge. God dammit, charge.
Time of death, 14:21.
I'm sorry for your loss.
catch it earlier. Yeah. That's life filled with: regret. The baby's parents are waiting to see you.
I know. Thanks.
I think I really had a shot at saving him. I don't how I didn't...
Hey, kiddo. I heard about the baby. I'm sorry, but it wasn't your fault.
Everyone knows you. What you have done and what you have been through. It's amazing, beyond everything. You could've saved him, but this world is poisoned with filthy people. You, habibti, is the new future.
You couldn't let go of your ego, for one damn second. That baby would still be alive. Remember that, will you?