'He must've been seizing a while – the burgers were made fresh'
Sydney GP Dr Elizabeth Oliver shares her tale of heroic proportions that played out in an American diner.
I’d never done the doctor in public thing. That’s not true, I’d popped back a dislocated shoulder at the gym. I’d been waiting for a cardiac arrest on a long-haul flight, but in fact it came one prosaic lunchtime Sunday.
I was in Washington, D.C, and I went for a burger. I sat in a booth and had just ordered when a man in the next booth with his back to me started violently shaking.
I looked over the top of The Oxford