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Speaking just minutes after Kayley, from Kirkdale, was taken into the operating theatre, sister Leanne, 17, said: "We've been praying for that bleeper to go off and now we've got a long, long wait.
At any time of the day or night his bleeper could go and he would have to rush to the scene of an emergency.
A bleeper, which Kayley carries with her at all times, alerted the family at 11pm on Sunday that a suitable heart and lung was in London.
If her emergency bleeper goes off, she will have just four hours to reach a team of surgeons at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
then carried on a highly entertaining conversation for the entire three minutes it took him to whizz my goodies over his bleeper.
The opening sequence sets the scene for a series of surreal laughs as we see Dr Flynn (Shearsmith), a junior doctor on his first shift, go through a gammut of nightmare hospital scenarios in his dreams before his bleeper goes off for real.
Have the bleeper ready and if the programme's unusable, just put out the Claudio Caniggia drugs interview under the same title).
She was given a bleeper so that she could be contacted at any time and the family were sent home to wait and hope.
Both Merseyside trusts in 2003 introduced more flexible shifts, enhanced medical roles for nurses and the filtering of nonemergency bleeper messages to ease pressure on hospital doctors.
Of course he is never lost for a word and the bleeper has to be kept on stand-by in case his famously colourful turn of phrase kicks into overdrive.
After his referral Stephen went for all the necessary tests at the Birmingham heart unit and was given a bleeper to take home to alert him when a suitable organ became available.
When he comes under fire and receives a hit, a bleeper sounds from the sensors, ruling him out of the exercise.