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Doctor offers to revive Las Vegas revelers aboard the hangover bus

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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 on the Hangover Heaven bus in Las Vegas on April 15, 2012. Pictures made available April 23.

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A patient is seen hooked up to an IV.

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The Hangover Heaven bus makes its way down Las Vegas Boulevard. The bus picked up 16 patients on its first weekend in operation.

A Las Vegas MD has opened a mobile treatment center - dubbed the 'Hangover Heaven' bus - for tourists who feel a little the worse for wear after drinking in all the nightlife Sin City has to offer. For a fee, The Associated Press reports, they get a quick morning-after way to rehydrate, rejuvenate and resume their revelry. 

According to the Hangover Heaven website, a basic 'Redemption' intravenous hydration treatment comes in at $90. A premium 'Salvation' package adds vitamin supplements as well as anti-nausea and anti-inflammatory medications.

Take a look at the video below and click through to our Vitals blog to find out whether other doctors think the treatment is safe. 

"Hangover Heaven," a bus equipped with IVs, is travelling the Vegas strip, offering hangover salvation to revelers a little worse for the wear after a big night out. NBC's Gabe Gutierrez reports.