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Have some one within reach for medical emergencies

(1) My friend was at work.

[Kan So]
His wife had an unexpected medical problem at home.

[Kan Kaung]
Their daughter [who lived separately] has an appointment with the mother. She called the ambulance. There was an emergency operation for bypass.

(2) They had come back from an enjoyable but tiring trip down South.

[Kan So]
The wife had an unexpected medical problem while trying to fill the pond at the back of the house.

[Kan Kaung]
She had some memory loss. She could not recall her name , the dates and time. The maternal instinct kicked in. She asked, “Where are my sons?”

(3) He accompanied his spouse for a medical check up.

[Kan So]
He was asked to do medical checkup. The doctors would not let him go back.

[Kan Kaung]
He had a successful bypass operation.

(4) He performs exercise regularly and has annual check ups.

[Kan So]
He was asked to check up his heart. His coronaries were about 70% blocked.

[Kan Kaung]
The health care system covered the majority of his expenses. Even after taking the “private hospital” option, the out-of-pocket costs were reasonable. He had a successful bypass operation.

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