Oh. I thought no one was here.
Can I help, Mr Carson?
No. No thank you, Anna.
不 不用了 Anna
I must compliment you, Mrs Crawley.
When you made your offer
I thought you might be a Great Lady Nurse and faint at the sight of blood,
but I see you're made of sterner stuff.
It's definitely the heart.
It's almost too quiet to hear at all.
I'm afraid so.
I've been thinking about the treatments that are available.
Considerable success has been achieved over the last few years
by draining the pericardial sac of the excess fluid and administering adrenalin.
Mrs Crawley, I appreciate your thoroughness.
But you're unwilling to try it?
Injection of adrenalin is a comparatively new procedure.
It's a while ago now, but I saw my husband do it.
I know how.
Please, Mrs Crawley, don't force me to be uncivil.
We will be setting an impossible precedent.
When every villager could demand the latest fad in treatment for each new cut and graze.
I would remind you that we're not talking of a cut or a graze,
but the loss of a man's life and the ruin of his family.
But I beg you to see that it is not reasonable.