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At Every Heartbeat – Saving Lives at Charité | Air Dates, Streams & Previews | August/September 2022

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Documentary on TV and streaming – all airdates

The rbb documentary “With every heartbeat – saving lives at the Charité” focuses on the staff and patients of the Berlin Charité. With us you will find broadcast dates and stream information.

The rbb documentary “With every heartbeat – saving lives at Charité” accompanies staff and patients through daily clinical life at Charité Berlin. The show has been airing since 2022.

Below we have created a preview with the airing dates. Did you miss the show? Then check if the episodes are also available online in the ARD media library.

At every heartbeat – saving lives at Charité

In short, the most important information about the channel, air time, air dates and stream availability for Every Heartbeat – Save Lives at Charity.

  • At Every Heartbeat – Saving Lives at Charity airs on RBB
  • At every heartbeat – saving lives at Charité in streaming being received
  • New episodes will air in August and September
  • Reruns are also broadcast
  • Individual episodes are available in the media library

Release dates and times for new episodes

Here we show you the broadcast dates for the new episodes of “With Every Heartbeat – Save Lives in Charity”, which will be broadcast in August and September. Reruns of “With Every Heartbeat – Save Lives at Charity” we have summarized them for you in the list below.

new episode

Bravely waiting for a donor heart

to 08/03/2022 around 21:00 look

Ariane and Sophie Lembrecht: When the mother donates a kidney to her daughter

One of the largest transplant centers in Germany is located at the Charité. About 200 patients receive a new kidney here each year. Sophie Lembrecht is one of them. The particularity: Sophie will receive the new kidney from her mother Ariane. After several days of blood washing, the 24-year-old’s values ​​are finally stable enough for the procedure. Professor Robert Öllinger and his team are ready for the six-hour double transplant.

Little Lee, who has a heart condition, has a visitor at home

Lee Sommer was born almost two years ago with a heart defect. Since then, a suitcase-like box accompanies him wherever he goes: an artificial heart. Until a donor heart is found, Lee can only be treated at the German Heart Center in Berlin. Mama Anja and Papa Steven live nearby in the Ronald McDonald House. Lee never left the hospital grounds, never played with children in a playground. His playmates are adults. Grandmother Birgit is coming to visit us today. Every four weeks, she travels from the Harz mountains to the capital.

Patrick Michaels: With weight loss against diabetes

There has been a diabetes day clinic at the Charité since 1999. Patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes can be treated here. Patrick Michaels too: the 47-year-old from Berlin is taking part in a Charité study, which aims to show how diabetics can lose weight and get rid of their type 2 diabetes. Patrick Michaels has had to take pills since he was was diagnosed three years ago. He wants to change that. The study begins with various initial examinations. Doctor Stefan Kabisch is evaluating this and discussing next steps with Patrick Michaels.

Little Mila has to go to the ophthalmologist

New twin parents Anja Jörges and Carsten Ziegler have an appointment today with their daughter Mila at the Charité eye clinic. Two weeks ago, Mila, born two months premature, was discharged from the hospital. Twin sister Delia is still being treated in the neonatal unit. Ophthalmologist Bert Müller specializes in the treatment of premature babies. These are often ventilated with oxygen from birth. This is disadvantageous for the eyes: retinal detachment can be the consequence. For mother Anja and especially father Carsten, the eye examination of little Mila is difficult to bear.

Sascha Henkel: Dream job at Charité despite his deafness

The trolleys for the respective operating theaters are stored in the so-called case trolley warehouse on the Charité Campus Mitte. Sascha Henkel has been working there for three years. The 42-year-old Berliner is the only deaf person in the department and communicates using sign language. Alexander Veit is team leader in the box trolley warehouse and appreciates Sascha Henkel’s commitment to the team. Everyone had to learn to communicate with each other first. Nevertheless, one thing is certain for Sascha Henkel: his work at the Charité has become a second home.

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Reruns of “With Every Heartbeat – Save Lives at Charity”

Along with new episodes, reruns of “At Every Heartbeat – Saving Lives at Charity” air on TV, you can find the airing dates of this one in the table below. In the chapter “Did you miss the program?“We also explain where to find entire episodes of “With every heartbeat – save lives in Charity” in the media library.

repetition

Bravely waiting for a donor heart

to 08/04/2022 around 01:00 look

reports

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At Every Heartbeat – Saving Lives in Charity Preview / Spoiler

What’s next for With Every Heartbeat – Saving Lives at Charity? You can read about it here in our overview. But beware: spoiler alert. If the information about the next episodes of Every Heartbeat – Save Lives at Charity is known, you will see them at the top of the air date list. supplier as RTL+ and Joyn offer episodes of certain series and shows in their own live TV apps a few days before the TV broadcast. In this case, you can view them exclusively online beforehand.

This is how you see With every heartbeat – save lives in Charity in the live stream

The easiest way to receive it is through TV streaming services. With this you not only get “With Every Heartbeat – Save Lives in Charity”, but the full RBB live stream with all programs – and legally.

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