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Jan Harald has NRK in tow as the patient dies: - Bare and real

Sunday's episode of the Radio dokumentarserie "113" is very dramatic as the anesthesiologist at the University hospital of North Norway (UNN), Jan Harald Nilsen, pluck out with luftambulansen to Sørreisa in Troms county.

An elderly woman has sepsis, also called blood poisoning and is very ill. Not many minutes after that legeteamet and the woman's daughter arrives at the emergency department at the UNN, the door she in the arms of Nilsen and her daughter.

the Images are not made on a daily basis on Norwegian tv. Both dødsøyeblikk and the immediate grief is captured by the tv-team in very strong scenes. On the way out of the emergency room would like to thank relatives Jan Harald Nilsen for their efforts. Both are characterized, but also agree that it was good that the woman got the drop ceiling.

These people deserve all the tribute they can get - Bare and true

the Anaesthetist agrees that the death that may be displayed is unfamiliar for Norwegian tv-watchers, but it is still nicely depicted, he thinks.

It is well, perhaps, discussions about death after this episode, but I think the action is nicely captured. We were quite alone on the akuttrommet, the photographer kept a good distance and shot me more than patient and caregiver. It is stark and real and it also shows me, as I am, when someone I'm responsible for the door. It's heavy, " says Nilsen to Dagbladet.

As a doctor on the luftambulansen he has a quite different arbeidshverdag than most. Nilsen estimates that somewhere between ten and 20 patients die before his eyes every year. It sets its mark.

- I have a realistic relationship to life. At a point in time is the end for us all. Sometimes because of a combination of illness and old age. When it comes to knowing when to try to save someone and when to relieve a natural process, " says Nilsen.

COMFORTS of KIN: Jan Harald Nilsen supports her daughter to the woman. Photo: Screenshot / NRK Show more - good and bad

We come close to people, good and bad. It is to see dead people, is not dangerous. There we see quite often. It is typical that there is a cardiac arrest, and that we come too late, or does not manage to salvage them. There are extra low if it is young people or children, it is awful, " he continues.

In the program "113" follows the NRK-team akuttberedskapen by TREAT. The series consists of ten episodes that show the everyday life of those working most closely on the sick and injured people.

- NRK was very nice to have with the out and in the way they show it happens. I chose myself to be in the program because I think it is exciting and good for most people to get an insight into a arbeidshverdag that is somewhat closed and mysterious, " says Nilsen.

- the World's best job

Outside of work using akuttlegen his spare time with his family and two dogs. He goes on skis in winter and bikes in summer. Nilsen has worked as a luftambulanselege in around five years, and enjoys himself.

- It is the world's best job with the world's best views. But after a dramatic impression, it is important to debrife with the team. Without having to learn different ways to deal with what one experiences, one is not long. When you find something less stressful to do.

NRK-photographer Harald Albrigtsen was present in the dramatic minutes, and filmed the elderly woman's last moments. In such situations, taken more precautions, he says.

I kept myself deliberately in the background to not interfere. One must have respect for what happens, take into consideration and not barge ahead. Relatives have seen through the sent and think it is okay.

IN the FIRST LINE: NRK-photographers are also in the ambulansene. Here Kristina Simonsen with the patient. Photo: NRK Show more Movies not, without the consent

"113" has been a challenging job in many ways, " says Albrigtsen.

- We don't start to shoot until we get the consent. Nevertheless, even if you get consent, one can not be absolutely sure that whoever is picked knows what it means. Therefore we can also not run into and run the camera up in the face of them, " he says and continues:

- Consent is given by people who are already down, and on top of it all gives permission to be filmed. Only it is quite strong, and requires that one shows respect and keeps himself at a distance.

Albrigtsen says that the aim of the series is to film the paramedics and others in the first line, not to create sensation.

- We will just catch the situation and how the work is done. It also means that we let be filming when it's not needed.

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