Started reading this comedic, yet realistic, book by Adam Kay. It demonstrates the day to day routine within a hospital and it’s out-standing cases.
Kay used to be a professional doctor, and up to the page I’m on, is a Senior House Officer – he is shadowing a surgeon. In one event, a young gentleman was standing on a bus shelter and decided to get down using a nearby lamppost (we can assume he was intoxicated by the time of night). Unfortunately, he misjudged the texture of the lamppost – and it wasn’t a smooth ride down. It wasn’t just his hands that were badly injured… Ouch!
So far this is an excellent book, interpreting both humour and education of unusual illnesses that were spotted during his time as a doctor.