Vegas bus cure hangover IV
In a video from the company’s website, one “patient” describes it as “a cold tingling feeling” and saying that you feel refreshed afterward. Dr. Arthur Caplan from the University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioethics joined Studio B to discuss whether or not this is just a hoax. He said, “I wish there was a fast cure, 45 minutes, for people who had been drinking heavily. It would probably come as a relief to every police department with a drunk tank in the country.”
He says there hasn’t been a proven hangover cure, but there are methods for getting harmful substances like poison out of people’s bodies. “If there was a simple, give it through an IV remedy for that big … super strong hangover, I think it’d be in the literature.”
Shep wondered if a simple saline solution would do the trick for the dehydration comes with hangovers. Dr. Caplan says it’s important to take into account that there are all types of people drinking, people who are frail, who have diabetes, hypertension and so on.
He also worries that this will make people think they can drink more because there’s a bus that can supposedly cure them the next day. “Part of the problem of drinking isn’t the hangover … We’re pretty familiar from Hollywood films and real life experiences, what happens to people when they let themselves get completely plowed.”
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The new IV procedure pumps a concoction of vitamins, amino acids and medication into your body, according to Mail Online. The bus is called “Hangover Heaven” and this new hangover treatment was created by anesthesiologist Jason Burke, who will man this bus.
As the bus rounds the streets of Vegas, Burke will treat a hangover for 45 minutes with this new procedure and it should be cured. This is much better than hanging on to that hangover all day. Burke says his cure rate is 90% meaning 10 percent of the folks will get poked with a needle and give up almost an hour of their day for nothing.People who want this service can call or find the bus’s location online and just show up. The introductory price is $90, but the regular price will run you $130, which isn’t high in the scope of what medical treatment runs you today. This is about the same amount as you’d spend to a trip to your Primary Care doctor.
Burke will treat your hangover in your hotel room, but that costs $400. For people looking for privacy, like celebrities, this is a good deal. He will treat the first patient in a hotel room for $400, but each additional patient pays $125. Apparently this is the equivalent of a discounted group rate.
The treatment is said to leave you “refreshed” and “crisp,” according to Burke who adds, “You just feel great. He claims you’ll have no more headache or nausea.
This will most likely take off in a city that parties all night long as most people are there on vacation. Who wants a vacation day ruined with a hangover?