Fuji TV Drama Special 2012 ~ Joi Kuraishi Shoko ~ Shi no Tenteki

Date: From 9.00 p.m., 17 February 2012
Cast: Katahira Nagisa, Koike Teppei, Tokoshima Yoshiko, Inoue Jun, Otomo Kohei, Kurosaka Mami
Synopsis: “Hospitalise me!” A man with an addiction to tranquilisers brandishes a knife in the hospital lobby and creates a ruckus. On this day, Kamata Shun (Koike Teppei) who has been hired as a rookie nurse, is ordered to talk the man round, but Shun has no idea what to do. A female doctor appears and suddenly shoves Shun aside. “If you don’t keep your mouth shut, this will happen!” she declares with words that pack a punch. The man deflates and keeps the knife. This doctor is Kuraishi Shoko (Katahira Nagisa), a physician with Kanto University Hospital who is the doctor on duty at Yasunaga Memorial Hospital on weekends. One of the hospitalised patients is Shoko’s friend, Satoko (Kurosaka Mami). She has a duodenal ulcer. Her condition is stable, but she suddenly dies just as she is about to be discharged from the hospital. Shoko, who was not present when Satoko’s condition deteriorated, cannot accept her friend’s death and tries to trace the cause within the hospital. On the other hand, a rumour that Satoko’s death was the result of a bad diagnosis by Shoko spreads around. The situation is not in Shoko’s favour. Both the hospital director (Inoue Jun) and the head nurse (Tokoshima Yoshiko) have their doubts about her actions. At that moment, another patient suddenly dies. An IV pack bearing Satoko’s name is, for some reason, discovered in that patient’s bag … …
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