Thought You Might Like to See my Patent!

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As I mentioned a few weeks ago, the actual patent was issued from the U.S. Patent Office a couple of weeks ago. One of my business advisors suggested that I might like to scan the cover of the patent for all of my readers to see. I was a disappointed that my name isn’t on the cover. It’s actually kind of like a little booklet and my name, the full description and the pictures (drawings) are on the inside. Anyway, here’s the cover with it’s beautiful gold seal and red ribbon!
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Fear of Anesthesia

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It’s not too surprising that many people have a crippling fear of anesthesia. As a matter of fact, their fear is so intense and so overwhelming that they choose not to have surgery, rather than subject themselves to their terrifying projections. But is anesthesia really that dangerous? According to Sarah Wassner Flynn, (http://www.sheknows.com/) “Serious complications from general anesthesia are extremely rare: Malignant hyperthermia affects about one in 10,000 to one in 30,000 patients and far fewer – about five in one million – will die. But even one is too many. More common are side effects like nausea, dizziness and muscle aches, which are much less dangerous and easily managed.
Of course, my purpose in introducing this topic is to let you know that listening to soft, slow, steady instrmental music during surgery has been proven to relax the mind and body tension to the point that up to 50% less anesthesia can be taken and still the body and mind are completely anesthetized! Now that’s worth investigating, isn’t it? To read more, go to MUSIC FOR SURGERY. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions at all about the process, the research, or the music I have chosen! To your successful surgery!

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Man plays banjo during his own brain surgery!

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Several people have sent me links to this unusual video and I wanted to share it with all of my readers and clients! This well-known country music star, Eddie Adcock, was asked to bring his banjo into surgery in order to discern how part of his brain were functioning during hs brain surgery! This is truly a rare an amazing clip! Enjoy!

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Surgery Music Patent Issued today from Washington, D.C.

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More exciting new regarding my music for surgery patent. The patent office had notified us that the patent was approved but today it was actually issued. Here’s the letter:

“We are pleased to report that U.S. Patent No. 7,xxx,xxx issued this morning. Congratulations! An electronic copy of this patent is attached, and we will review and forward you the official ribbon copy upon receipt.”

Remember, until the headphones are ready to go on the market, you can download the surgery music NOW for your own personal MP3 player! If you or someone you know is going to have surgery soon, PLEASE use this music to reduce the amount of anesthesia needed, the amount of pain medication needed and result in a faster, less painful recovery! To purchase the download, go HERE.

Let me know if you have questions!

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