Doctors hear strange music while checking for patient’s pulse

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Less ham and more hip radio, hospital staff in the US appear to have been rocked when a Doppler used to assess their patient’s pulse after a hip dislocation played a catchy Mexican melody,  called Thanks for your love, instead.

The 65-year-old man, who had previously undergone total arthroplasty of both hips, presented to hospital with a dislocated right hip after a fall.