Hmm. You seem to have an undue faith in doctors. Sure unlikely a lay person will attempt a hip replacement, nor would most drs for that matter. Far more likely that you will have some iatrogenic condition.
They might though unlikely have to deal with appendicitis though.
Probably not impossible given a cruising medical
course and radio
As for the 500 a month group yeah one suspects mostly young and more likely to succumb to poor maintenance
I suspect the truth is that one is unlikely to have access to a level one hospital like a twentyfour seven (damn that key) catheter lab in most parts
of the US let alone anywhere else.
Yo ho don't learn CPR and don't get an AED if you can afford it and are at risk. Gee neither may work. Anyway the person's life you save may not be yours and you should go to a level one hospital within 60 minutes anyway despite the fact that most people don't tee hee. One of my colleagues waited 25 hours despite known heart disease until he collapsed and the family
called an ambulance. He waited some time like weeks (weeks only because he refused to leave hospital) before getting an angiogram. Had a bypass accompanied by massive subsequent bleeding , then a stroke then died. Yep do nothing or rely on level one treatment.
You have full cover right?
Hmm the medics depend on you. So go on chubby is normal so keep on with the Mc Donalds . And if some of the medics think that their ancillary staff are idiots ( understandably) then be aware that some of the ancillary staff think the medical
staff are idiots (understandably).
And don't forget to put your teeth under the glass for the tooth fairy.