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1 8 • O U T PA T I E N T S U R G E R Y M A G A Z I N E • O C T O B E R 2 0 1 8 Y ou might not consider yourself a Picasso, but drawing some- thing as simple as a heart or smiley face on a child's anesthe- sia bag can really put them at ease. With some practice and Google searching for those extra-large sparkly anime eyes, I can now draw many kid-friendly characters on our anesthesia bags, such as Disney's Elsa, Star Wars' Chewbacca and Pokémon's Pikachu. I even did a special request for HeiHei the Rooster from Disney's Moana movie. My bag art lets me make that all-so-important connection with young patients as soon as they enter the department. Many kids come WHIP OUT YOUR SHARPIE Anesthesia Bag Art Deflates Kids' Fears • IN THE BAG Smiles are a guarantee when young patients see the characters Anisa Manion, MSN, CRNA, ARNP, draws on their anesthesia bags. Seattle Children's Bellevue Clinic & Surgery Center Ideas Work That

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