Friday, 19 October 2007

Cutting-edge Australian medicine

Recently I read a story that piqued by interest, and indeed, some degree of envy: about an Italian tourist in that antipodal land whose main exports include lamb, beer, and T.V. soaps. He evidently injested some sort of poison, and in order to save his life, was kept alive by doctors on an intravenous drip of...wait for it...vodka!
Rather delightful, methinks. Of course, he couldn't enjoy it owing to his comatose state at the time. I just wonder, if I tried faking similar symptoms would the National Health Service here take a similar approach or would they just file me away in an MRSA-infected ward?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/7037443.stm

3 comments:

aria said...

Wow .. thats some treatment .. indeed its rather delightful .. :)

La Louve said...

hehe.. wishful hoping?! :)

Dulce said...

Great work.