If it can be treated one second earlier, the heart might start beating again. If there is one extra helicopter, another life in danger may be saved. If one more life can be saved, the Japanese medical community may regain trust. There are more lives in this country that can be saved. The "Doctor Helicopter" system was legalized in Japan in June 2007. A medical team is dispatched to the patients on a helicopter to provide medical care in the field as soon as possible. One day, four young physicians are assigned to this latest medical system. The doctors experience traumatic medical situations, deal with personal ambitions, witness the fragility of life, and they grow personally and professionally.

Code Blue - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Japanese

Status: Running

Runtime: 54 minutes

Premier: 2008-07-03

Code Blue - Emergency service response codes - Netflix

The emergency services in various countries use systems of response codes to categorize their responses to reported events. One of the best known is the Code 3 Response, which is used in several countries, particularly the United States, to describe a mode of response for an emergency vehicle responding to a call. It is commonly used to mean “use lights and siren”.

Code Blue - Western Australia - Netflix

St John Ambulance Western Australia uses the following codes to determine a response. Priority 1 represents an Emergency call. (Response time target is to attend to 90% of emergency calls within 15 minutes) Priority 2 represents an Urgent call. Use of lights authorised and siren allowed only when passing through heavy traffic and clearing intersections. (Response time target is to attend to 90% of urgent calls within 25 minutes) Priority 3 represents a Non-urgent call. (response time target is to attend to 90% of non-urgent calls within 60 minutes) ..

The Western Australian Police uses the following codes from 1 to 7 to determine response actions. Priority 1 is an emergency call. Lights and siren authorised. An example of a Priority 1 call would be an armed holdup call, or an officer down. Priority 2 is a less urgent emergency call. Lights and siren authorised, but follow basic traffic rules. An example of a Priority 2 call is a serious shots fired or officer in trouble/officer requires urgent assistance Priority 3 is an urgent call, lights and siren authorised, but follow basic traffic and road rules. Priority 4 is a less urgent call. Lights and siren authorised but follow more advanced traffic rules and the speed limit. Priority 5, 6, and 7 is a standard call. No lights or siren authorised and follow all traffic rules.

Code Blue - References - Netflix