Tuesday, 6 May 2008

Drip Feed

In the Suzhou General Hospital, 85 km west of Shanghai, China, as in most hospitals in China today is a large room for outpatients to receive intravenous therapies. Suzhou was established in the 6th Century BC and became prominent in the Ming dynasty as a result of the Grand Canal attracting scholars and merchants who built many wonderful walled homes. These are now listed by the UN as World Heritage sites. The hospital and the iv therapy room is not one of these sites!". Taken by Mike

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