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The Trouble With Transvaginal Mesh - August 2016 - Subscribe to Outpatient Surgery Magazine

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M A Y 2 0 1 6 • O U T PA T I E N TS U R G E R Y. N E T • 1 5 W e devel- oped a mobile entertainment sys- tem that travels with kids so they can watch their favorite show as they're wheeled back to the OR. Use clamps to attach a plastic movie screen to kids' stretchers in pre-op. The kids can choose from a variety of TV shows, movies and music videos, which we stream through YouTube and project onto the screen with a bat- tery-powered portable video projector like this one (osmag.net/FNdA4w). We've also developed a few custom videos, including one that incorporates Toy Story's Buzz Lightyear, Minions and a NASA-like countdown, to create a blastoff scenario we use during induction as we excitedly place the "space mask" on the patient. It's all designed to transform the operating room experience into a fun narrative. Sam Rodriguez, MD Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Palo Alto, Calif. sr1@stanford.edu • SHOW TIME Physicians at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital entertain kids with a portable movie screen that attaches to the pre-op stretcher. Bedside Theater Travels With Little Ones Lucile Packard Children's Hospital

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