To my delight, there was an article in Wednesday’s paper about a study in which patients having colonoscopies brought their iPods into surgery and the earbuds were taped in place. The results were that 44 men and 38 women used less anesthesia than patients not having the music. They did report the same amount of discomfort but if anesthesia was less and discomfort was the same, it’s a plus! Talk to you doctor about it today! Or order my CD, tapes, or surgery download. Let’s get the word out! Alice
Well, I turned in my 30-page grant proposal last Friday and breathed a huuuuge sigh of relief. If I win, I will get $250,000 towards my exciting, ground-breaking, revolutionizing invention to deliver music during surgery. Please keep your fingers crossed for me or better yet, send up a little prayer. I won’t know anything for at least a month. If I make the next cut, I will be invited to compete in an “Ugly Baby” contest where I go before the award committee and explain my invention with a prototype that is now being created.
I’ll keep you posted! Check out my CD for surgery before you need it!
I don’t want to say too much right now, but I have received a provisional patent on an invention for the direct delivery of music to the patient during surgery. Hundreds of people are extremely excited about this right now. Please stay tuned for more information!