Some of what the anesthesiologist covered was good material. It is a good indicator of what he has seen in the Operating Room. Observations in the O.R. are not a good indicator of how the person who was shot reacted at the shooting scene. Example: I have attended quite a few autopsies and can tell you what kind of tissue damage I saw as a result of a gun shot wound. I cannot tell you how quickly a person was incapacitated without interviewing witnesses at the scene of the shooting.