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Good evening dear virtual friends, I hope you had a nice day :) If you like series related to doctors, and especially Dr. House then this is the right article for you :) Enjoy ...
Dr. House is an American television series by David Shore and Paul Athanasius. The pilot episode of the series premiered on November 16, 2004 on Fox TV.
The main character is Dr. Gregory House, an eccentric medical genius who leads a team of diagnosticians at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital in New Jersey.
The character of Gregory House, the American after whom the series was named, is interpreted by the British actor Hugh Laurie, who won the Golden Globe Award for his interpretation (2006 and 2007). The last episode of the series aired on May 21, 2012.
The series was offered by David Shore and Paul Atanasio to Fox TV in 2004, with the help of Paul's business associate Katie Jacobs. At that time, the title had not been chosen yet, and the series was characterized as hospital-detective based on the reputation of CSI.
The similarities between Gregory House and the famous fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, when created by Arthur Conan Doyle, are regularly noticed in the series. Shore stated that he has always been a fan of Holmes, considering the indifference of the character towards his clients unique. The similarity is reflected in Haus's reliance on psychology, even in situations where it is not obvious that it can be applied, inductive reasoning, as well as in the refusal to accept cases he finds uninteresting. His research method boils down to the logical elimination of diagnoses once proven. that they are impossible; Holmes used a similar method. Both characters play musical instruments and take narcotics.
House's relationship with best friend James Wilson is reminiscent of the relationship between Holmes and his trusted associate, Dr. John Hamish Watson. how Doyle's characters did; in his view, House's diagnostic team took over that aspect of Wilson's role. Shore stated that House's last name was chosen as a "subtle homage" to Sherlock Holmes. The house number (221b) is an allusion to 221b Baker Street, the address where Holmes lived.
Sometimes, in individual episodes, additional connections appear with the cases of Sherlock Holmes. The patient around whom the story of the pilot episode revolves is Rebecca Adler, whose name was chosen according to the character from the first short story about Sherlock Holmes - Irene Adler. In the last episode of the second season, House was shot by a man named Moriarty, just like Holmes' great enemy. In the episode It's a Wonderful Lie, which aired in the fourth season, House received the "second edition of Conan Doyle" as a Christmas present. In the fifth season, in the episode Joy to the World, House - in an attempt to deceive his team - uses a book by Joseph Bell, which served as a inspiration for Conan Doyle as the character of Sherlock Holmes. He received that book the previous Christmas as a gift from Dr. Wilson, who wrote in the dedication "Greg, it made me remember you." Before he discovers that he donated the book to House himself, Wilson tells some team members that it belonged to patient Irene Adler.
In the first three seasons, Dr. Eric Foreman, Alison Cameron and Robert Chase were members of the House team. At the end of the third season, Foreman and Cameron resigned, and Chase was fired. In the fourth season, House hired 40 doctors with the idea of selecting new members of his team by firing those he was not happy with. Chase and Cameron are still employed at Princeton-Plainsboro Hospital, and Foreman - after a short absence - returned in the Guardian Angels episode.
But dr. The house really does exist
Just like the character played by actor Hugh Laurie, Dr. Thomas Bolt is known for solving medical puzzles that no one else can diagnose. House's screenwriters were inspired by his cases and eccentric behavior.
This highly sought-after doctor, whose career inspired the series, says rollerblading is the fastest way to get to work, and that's why he runs on it through the congested streets of New York. Whenever he receives an emergency call, he puts them on and embarks on a new rescue mission.
He is 54 years old today, and if you type his name into Google, you will see how much he is wanted.
Before he repaired people, he repaired houses. The ones that belonged to his mother Rosemary Martin. She bought dilapidated buildings along the coast on Long Island, hoping to rent them out. Bolt was a boy at the time, but he helped her fix everything she needed.
In his 20s, he studied medicine in Puerto Rico and did an internship at a hospital. At that time, he gave birth to 60 women, without even graduating in medicine.
He worked in six hospitals simultaneously. As he himself said - doctors are no different from masons and it is necessary to learn from many.
Medical school taught him a lot about drugs, but his training was more based on diet and exercise.
- There is no single drug that has been proven to prolong life. The only things that can do that are fruits and vegetables - he said.
Bolt is often guided by intuition. He tries to connect with the patient as quickly as possible, hoping for an alliance in which the patient feels comfortable, so he confides the most intimate details about himself to him.
He also compiled a questionnaire, and when you come to him for the first time, it is obligatory to fill it out. The questionnaire has 32 pages and it contains questions about medical history, social history, habits, hobbies, employment, exposure to cleaning products, industrial chemicals, travel abroad, ... Bolt estimates that it takes two hours to complete the questionnaire. He never apologizes for such a complicated request. People are complex, so he approaches them that way.
He also worked with software creators who created a program for patients with a questionnaire that would help target doctors who do not have time to ask many questions. The economics of modern medicine are not in line with exhaustive interviews.
Bolt hoped to open his own practice, which was relatively free from the influence of the insurance and pharmaceutical industries. Today, he literally runs such an office. She has no secretary, no partners, no insurance forms. If you call him on the phone (his number is on the site), his mobile will ring. If you make an appointment, the price is $ 125 for a 25-minute emergency visit, 298 for a longer 60-minute consultation.
Bolt is the doctor of many Hollywood stars, but you don't have to be known to come to your home visit. He is one of the last doctors from Manhattan to go on home visits by invitation. Without hesitation, he gives his phone number to every patient who visits him, even though he knows that it can later ruin his social life, dinners with his fiancée or the renovation of another house.
Bolt is special, he loves his job and patients, and even his alter ego from small screens could envy him for that.
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