Got a hangover? Las Vegas party-goers can supposedly hop on the Hangover Heaven after-party bus to cure what ails them.
The bus, which has two lounge areas and six bunks, travels up and down the Las Vegas Strip, stopping at popular hotels to pick up hungover "patients." Once on the bus, patients can choose either "redemption" or "salvation" treatments, where they receive a cocktail of intravenous hydration, anti-nausea, anti-inflammatory medications and vitamin supplements.
Founded by board-certified anesthesiologist Dr. Jason Burke after dealing with numerous hangovers himself, the treatment is similar to the IV fluids regimen patients receive at hospitals. For an extra fee, the doctors perform in-room visits at hotels.
Here, the Hangover Heaven bus makes its way down Las Vegas Boulevard. What's it like to take a ride on the bus? Keep clicking to see for yourself
Emergency medical technician Debra Lund, right, prepares to hang an IV bag as co-worker Stacey Kreitlow, center, inserts an IV catheter into the arm of a patient, Sunday, April 15, 2012, in Las Vegas. The bus picked up 16 patients on its first weekend as a mobile treatment center for tourists who spent the night before drinking in all the nightlife Las Vegas has to offer. For a fee, they get a quick morning-after way to rehydrate, rejuvenate and resume their revelry.
Bryan Dalia, left, of Caldwell, N.J. takes a photo of his IV bag while being treated on the Hangover Heaven bus by EMT Stacey Kreitlow, second from left, and Dr. Jason Burke, second from right, as another patient named Alex, right, looks on, Saturday, April 14, 2012, in Las Vegas.
A patient is seen hooked up to an IV on the Hangover Heaven bus.
Dr. Jason Burke checks the flow of an IV bag for a patient while working on his Hangover Heaven bus, Sunday, April 15, 2012, in Las Vegas. Burke treated 16 patients on his first day on the bus.
EMT Debra Lund, right, checks the flow of an IV bag as EMT Stacey Kreitlow, second from left, takes the blood pressure of a patient and Dr. Jason Burke, third from left, and nurses assistant Crystal Willis look over his medical history while on Burke's Hangover Heaven bus.