Oh yeah I know I know. There’s no geologists out there (... except for some loons, maybe) who are saying that humans should burn all the fossil fuels we can to make an ice-free Antarctica happen ASAP. But scientists are just looking for any silver lining they can to a bad situation which (despite ~40 years or so of…
Many of you, if you look at the arms of your parents or grandparents will note a small patch of skin that looks sort of like an orange peel. That is the location of the vaccination & a representation of what someone who survived smallpox would look like. I am old enough to remember people who looked like that because…
I’d like to see it found that music is indeed a distraction in situations that people feel that it helps them focus. I really would. Then I would like to see radios banned from cars.
Well, if I were to undergo cosmetic surgery of any kind, I do not think I would like the idea of my surgeon listening to, say “death metal” for example (even though I, on occasion, can enjoy it myself), while performing the opertation.
I would happily let a doctor do coke off my ass if it meant he would be at the top of his game while performing surgery.
I can't even get through the day without my music so I'm all for it. It helps me focus and be more productive. Although I have a friend who can't be talked to or hear music while he's working or he loses focus. I think he's just stupid.
My surgeon had Ozzy Osborne playing as I went under for ankle reconstruction. I threw up the horns for him as the anesthesia kicked in.
Agreed. I have had no less than 6 operations in the past 12 months due to a very serious health condition. I trust my surgeon implicitly. If music helps him do his job, who am I to judge? As long as the sick parts get cut out and the good parts sewn back together, I am a satisfied patient.
ORs aren’t that loud. The best comparison I have is to how loud the dentist’s exam room is. Sure it gets louder when a drill is running for a minute or two, and there’s the occasional sound of suction, but all in all it’s actually pretty quiet.
I took a class from Dr. Sancar, which was taught by three different teachers, and he called it The Ramp of Pain, because each one was more difficult than the last. Guess who was our last professor? Most of it wasn’t his fault... there’s only so exciting one can make a MAP Kinase Kinase Kinase (natures most racist…