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rumokun: Lloyd, in the time of your surgery, Ling finished three more... what is there to watch

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C718
6 days ago
I find the comments by the Chinese doctors a bit strange, but that's probably because I don't live and work in China. 🤔

Life should be #1 when it comes to any non-elective procedure. Minimally invasive procedures are good when performance isn't required and recovery/scarring is a bigger issue. (Again, that's for elective procedures.) If a patient wants to fix the appearance of scarring, then let them go to a plastic surgeon after they've recovered. 🙄 View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C717
6 days ago
Sorry, I can only suggest that you take you take it up with the original author. The original chapter also ends there. 😅 View More

LadyShark10: Whew!!!! Cliffhanger! Why was the chapter seemed so short today? Can anyone agree with me for this?

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C716
6 days ago
Intubation is a /really/ basic skill that interns and nurses have to become proficient in. View More

Perfect_It: Woo Ling Ran getting new skills is literally my favourite part of the novel

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C712
1 week ago
I'll do so. View More

Avan: finally got back to writing again. hope you gave the novel another chance.

Doomsday Pillars · C131
1 week ago
Time to grind for more Treasure Chests and XP.... View More

chibitom: Yes! I'll be waiting when he would use this serum.

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C711
1 week ago
Sigh. 😓 View More

Ryouha: OHHHH! Things are getting interesting! Come on Meng Fatty! Hadouken that foreigner (if they did something bad!)

My Extraordinary Achievements · C230
1 week ago
When it comes to colorectal procedures, Yu Yuan is undeniably fierce! View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C709
1 week ago
Yu Yuan was foiled by Zhou's laziness. View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C708
1 week ago
Recipe websites and homepages were available, but I doubt many recipe websites were available in Chinese, aside from web servers in Taiwan. Webcrawler was a good search engine, but it was behind newer competitors by the late nineties. View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C705
1 week ago
It's hard for Zou Cidian to feel young at heart when young people remind him of how old he is. 😅 View More

sunrose19: Never mind them Dr. Zuo as long you felt young at heart age doesn’t matter.

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C705
1 week ago
She's gone legit for Ling Ran. 😁 View More

Allstarall: What’s the Yakuza equivalent in China? She’s that.

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C703
1 week ago
Actually, Christian missionaries and the Dutch introduced Western mechanical clocks to the Japanese in the mid-16th century. The Japanese made their clocks in the same general pattern, but adapted them to their unequal units of time. However, seconds would have been unchanged, though not really known or used by the average Japanese (no second hand on traditional Japanese clock faces). Those still following Chinese convention, adapted by the Japanese, would have used shun ("blink")--roughly a third of a second. So roughly three blinks per second. View More

I_love_magic: He said "3 seconds", but they did not use the minute/hour system yet in those times.........i think. I really hate it when something this basic is fcked up in a time travel novel.......

A Time Traveller's Guide to Feudal Japan · C37
1 week ago
These two last chapters are really the whole point of being in the medical field. You're making a tangible difference every day, though it seems to get lost in the periods of tedium with random crises. View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C701
1 week ago
If the elderly are a family's heart, middle-aged people are the vascular system that supports it all. View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C701
1 week ago
Ling Ran is so bad that lag doesn't hurt him. 😅😅😅 View More

sunrose19: Dr. Ling might be good in surgery but sucks in mobile games 😁😁😁

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C700
1 week ago
As with the Energy Potion, it doesn't eliminate the need to rest, it just reduces the amount needed. View More

Vigilantly_Gone: He could have continued on operations, after using that bandage!!

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C699
2 weeks ago
Phew! I thought it was just the wind and dust. 😁 View More

hiewbk: Tears in my eyes.... From over reading

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C698
2 weeks ago
The issue of refreshing skills and further training is part of the reason why the US Navy rotates residents on hospital ships. View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C696
2 weeks ago
Zuo Cidian overthinks things. He has to focus while treating patients. He still has the highest EQ of Ling Ran's team members. View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C695
2 weeks ago
Ling Ran's too focused at the moment to notice. I've also missed notifications while working. View More

StillSkill: I need that pass as well 😖

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C695
2 weeks ago
I said that Switzerland is /almost/ entirely capitalist. Mandating insurance is still anti-free market, though I understand the reasoning behind it. When your system creates opportunities to "free-ride," many people will do it, thus transferring their costs to others. As stated, at least the Swiss allow for minimal coverage instead of unnecessarily comprehensive coverage.

The average radiologist in the U.S. costs a hospital ~$400k a year, versus India where it only costs a hospital ~$25k a year to hire a radiologist. An. American technician costs ~$60k a year, versus ~$5k a year for an Indian technician. That's a 12× to 16× difference in salary alone. You can't equate operational costs or cost of living in India to the United States. View More

Wolfeinstein: Lol didn't you say that Switzerland's health care was entirely capitalist and now you are saying that being entirely capitalist is not possible.

And i would rather have a low cost universal base health care like in Switzerland, rather than have a high cost insurance that someone who is living paycheck to paycheck wont be able to pay for.

And another example is cost of a simple chest x ray it can cost somewhere between $40 to $2000 for an uninsured person. While in India it is only 300 rupees or about 5 dollars.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C108
2 weeks ago
Due to government-created monopolies and other anti-free market policies, it often not possible to create a solution that isn't socialized in some way. For example, Switzerland mandates private healthcare. This means that you don't have a choice but to buy healthcare insurance. However, you can buy very minimal (e.g. inexpensive) coverage, unlike current U.S. policies that require a higher cost coverage that is more than what most young/healthy people require.

Esomeprazole is another example of brand name vs. generic. Generic 40mg/90 capsules are as expensive as $3.54 and as low as $0.82 per capsule. Nexium, the brand name, is $8.84 per capsule in the same quantity. This comparable to Canadian pricing! View More

Wolfeinstein: Again, I am just saying that you shouldn't blindly trust capitalism and also shouldn't blindly hate socialism.

And as for Switzerland's capitalist healthcare, they have a mandatory basic health care system that is off low cost. People cant opt in for more costly add ons to their mandatory health care.

As for cost of living, that is why i gave you the America and Canada example. Because i knew that you would bring up that. And the cost discrepancy is not in insulin alone either. There are discrepancy in many medicine. Esomeprazole, for example is $8 in America, $1 in canada and like 50 cents or something in comparison in India.

And some of the reason is the insurance company themselves. There have been reports of insurance companies artificially raising the cost and them reducing them to make it seem like they are helpfull

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C108
2 weeks ago
It fell on the floor during surgery. 😅 View More

sunrose19: Hehehe what happened to you Dr. Lin? Where’s your contempt and arrogance towards Dr. Ling? 😁😁😁

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C691
2 weeks ago
It's the law of the jungle in play. View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C691
2 weeks ago
Correction: QwikPen only costs that much if you buy one pen at a time. They are also sold in packs of five for less than $500. It's still more costly per volume than a generic vial of Novolin R, but far, far less than the price that critics of U.S. healthcare are prone to use. View More

True_Sheol: BTW, "generic" insulin such as Novolin R (similar or exactly what most people are buying worldwide) is $93 per vial, compared to a KwikPen (very convenient but completely unnecessary) which is $352 per pen. Moreover, if a doctor prescribes an expensive version of medication, patients should ask for a generic prescription, not just accept whatever the doctor prescribes (it's not his money, so he probably doesn't think about it). So considering the different costs of living between countries or even locales, U.S. prices are generally not very different from other countries. After all, you don't expect costs in a developing nation to be the same as costs in the U.S. or Japan.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C108
2 weeks ago
BTW, "generic" insulin such as Novolin R (similar or exactly what most people are buying worldwide) is $93 per vial, compared to a KwikPen (very convenient but completely unnecessary) which is $352 per pen. Moreover, if a doctor prescribes an expensive version of medication, patients should ask for a generic prescription, not just accept whatever the doctor prescribes (it's not his money, so he probably doesn't think about it). So considering the different costs of living between countries or even locales, U.S. prices are generally not very different from other countries. After all, you don't expect costs in a developing nation to be the same as costs in the U.S. or Japan. View More

Wolfeinstein: I am just saying that blindly believing in capitalism and having a blind hatred of socialism is bad.

A good example is health care in America and other countries.

In USA there is a law that forbids the government from bargaining with pharma companies regarding the price of medicines. That is why every medicine is over priced in America while it is cheaper in other countries. Like insulin for example. It is $400 in US, 75 dollars in Canada and 1400 rupees or approximately 20 us dollars in India.

And because of that capitalism, many people in America are living paycheck to paycheck for needing to pay for medicines.

It is your blind trust in capitalism that led to this. There are many examples like this. I can keep going on. But Americans have been brainwashed to love capitalism and hate anything remotely related to socialism.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C108
2 weeks ago
A doctor's brain is having a conversation with his body. How is any weirder than normal? View More

Ply: Lol I find this chapter a bit weird🤔

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C689
2 weeks ago
Yes, you really showed Ling Ran by giving up the main surgeon position. 🙄 View More
Great Doctor Ling Ran · C688
2 weeks ago
You are referring to Medicare Part D, which is a federally subsidized insurance program. The program allows people to buy insurance to supplement prescription drug coverage. The law prohibits the government from interference because it was presumed that insurance companies could negotiate a better price. However, other laws prevent insurance companies from aggregating clients across state lines when negotiating prices. Moreover, even if there was negotiation, there is no law or policy requiring substitution of name brand for generics... which is where most people overpay, at the pharmacy.

The United States, like most modern countries, has a mix of capitalist and socialist policies. The notion that socialized medicine is the solution is rather nonsensical, particularly when you consider that most implemented solutions are partially socialist and partly capitalist. Further, it's worth noting that Switzerland's medical system, rated one of the best among OECD nations is almost entirely capitalist, and France's is a mix of the two.

Corruption is likely the reason why some systems are cost-effective and why some aren't. When you have lobbyists giving money to politicians to write laws that favor their clients (a very anti-free market and pro-government strategy) government ends up being the tool that impedes any solution. Since socialist approaches rely far more on the government, they are even more hampered when lawmakers are corrupt. View More

Wolfeinstein: I am just saying that blindly believing in capitalism and having a blind hatred of socialism is bad.

A good example is health care in America and other countries.

In USA there is a law that forbids the government from bargaining with pharma companies regarding the price of medicines. That is why every medicine is over priced in America while it is cheaper in other countries. Like insulin for example. It is $400 in US, 75 dollars in Canada and 1400 rupees or approximately 20 us dollars in India.

And because of that capitalism, many people in America are living paycheck to paycheck for needing to pay for medicines.

It is your blind trust in capitalism that led to this. There are many examples like this. I can keep going on. But Americans have been brainwashed to love capitalism and hate anything remotely related to socialism.

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C108
2 weeks ago
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