'When I woke up the next morning, I couldn't see properly'
MY WORST DAY AT MEDICAL SCHOOL
Dr Bo Remenyi, the NT's only paediatric cardiologist, recalls an eye-watering day.
“If I had attended my first ophthalmology class, I would have learned never to use Atropin, which can keep your pupils dilated for days on end. But I took a ski trip instead and I managed to get through the course until the night before my final exam without ever having examined an eye.
“Because the test the next day would require me to do just that, I decided to invite a friend around to practise on them. A pharmacist even gave me a bottle of