Just stayed in hospital in Shanghai for two weeks with a lung abscess. Six to a room, nothing at all like that room.
But accurate diagnosis, after the initial incorrect diagnosis which nearly killed me (face swelled up like a balloon), and two weeks in the bed. CT showed the previously large abscess had healed up nicely.
Cost: $4000 for everything. My shitty company medical aid will pay out less than a $1000. Lesson learnt: get your own private insurance.
But the doctors were decent, the nurses too, and I survived (when my gf dragged me there the first night I was touch and go).
That was a mid-tier government hospital. I've only ever been to the swanky private one once, when my epilepsy/hatred of China flared up, and I had a seizure and needed treatment. It was much like that - clean, sterile, modern AND expensive.
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Aging in Asia - like a fine durian.
Its not so much - our baby is half-Geordie.gavinmac wrote:A dozen beers is way too much for a baby to drink.
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