Episode 4: Ticking Time Bomb offers a behind the scenes look at how aneurysms are treated through a tiny pinhole in the skin, saving patients from a major operation. The aneurysms, often called "silent killers' can be life-threatening if not treated before they rupture. In this episode, we meet a doctor who is now a patient and must trust his colleagues to treat his condition. For another patient time is of essence, as he is given the news that the balloon in his pelvis must be fixed quickly. The doctors who treat these patients have their own challenges with stress and the pressure of being physicians in today's healthcare system. Each has his own unique approach to maintaining focus and work life balance.