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Apparently, after partying with friends, he had slinked off to lie down and later they found him passed out, breathing but non-verbal.
The EMTs brought him into the ER, where he was given the reversal agent, Narcan, and a liter of fluids reinforced with vitamins in color, fluorescent yellow and known as a "banana bag". According to his old chart, this patient had been in the hospital before and had a history of poorly controlled diabetes. The Narcan brought him around to reality, shouting and struggling to leave the ER.
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These tests were sent to Australia for an interpretation by a radiologist daytime there. This, in addition to the blood panel that included not just a toxin screen but also a complete metabolic panel and blood count. Actually, the only relevant test for this fellow, with a history of diabetes, was to rule out a diabetic coma, which can mimic intoxication. This could have been done with a simple finger stick. The patient ended up fine, sleeping off the alcohol.
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He didn't have insurance, or the ability to pay the bill, so the hospital was stuck with it. Well-intentioned national policy makes ERs available to all comers, preempting primary care physicians and urgent care. Constant litigation pushes up the bar, so doctors are left being better safe than sorry. Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. House, STAT! The ER is hemorrhaging red ink!
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