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    Pulse

    Pulse poster
    Status:Continuing
    Rating:6.0/10 (1 votes)
    First aired:
    Runtime:6 hours 0 minutes (45 minutes per episode)
    Genres:Drama
    Actors:
    Claire van der Boom
    Andrea Demetriades Owen Teale

    It follows the story of Frankie, a high-flying financial analyst who had it all before a failing kidney landed her at death's door until a transplant offered her a second chance. Inspired by the man who saved her life, Frankie alters course to become a doctor herself, working and learning in the high stakes, high pressure world of the cardio-thoracic and renal wards of a major teaching hospital.

    Pulse season 1 poster

    Season 1

    Jul 14, 2017 81
    The Australian TV series “Pulse” on ABC TV channel is a medical drama about the work of the department of сardiosurgery and transplantology in one of the hospitals located in a busy suburb. Nurses and doctors constantly have to face personal and professional dramas and make difficult decisions. The branch of medicine in which they work is connected not only with the most complex operations, but also with politics and even crime. The plot of the TV show Pulse season 1 is based on a real story about a patient who underwent transplantation and subsequently became a doctor. Frankie Bell is engaged in medical practice the second year. She, suffering from kidney failure, underwent transplantation eight years ago and now helps people who ill with the same ailment. This TV show is an extraordinary story, in which the best young and talented Australian actors are involved. TV series Pulse is a story about specialists who daily face grief, death and incidentally trying to find meaning in their own lives.