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Patient receiving anesthesia before surgery

Having surgery causes anxiety in most people.  Just the thought of having surgery can induce feelings of helplessness and fear that are completely understandable.  Having surgery means that there is a problem, something is not right.  Even elective surgery, like cosmetic surgery causes considerable anxiety.

How can patients experiencing anxiety related to upcoming medical/dental procedures avoid chemicals and the risk of addiction or negative side-effects?

And, how can physicians and medical facilities help patients feel less anxious and even reduce the need for anxiety medication.

Some people are extremely sensitive to anesthesia.  Perhaps they’ve already had a negative reaction to anesthesia but have been informed that they must have surgery for very valid reasons.

And then there’s the redhead dilemma!  It is a documented fact that redheads require more anesthesia because their metabolism breaks down these chemicals faster.  It is a fact.

So, when I had the idea to create a headphone for patients that would be already programmed with the ideal music for surgery, every medical person I talked to said “You’d better get a patent! That is a great idea and many people will try to copy you.”  And so, even though it was REALLY expensive to get the patent, I proceeded with the preliminary patent, and then the final patent, which I received in October of 2008. U.S. Patent 7,431,689 B2.

Having a patent that covers the concept and process of how to choose the ideal music for surgery has been a huge asset in establishing my credibility.  Our proprietary music have been used around the world.  To learn more, go to www.surgicalserenitysolutions.com/calm Digital Products — For Medical Facilities — NEW.  Download the app for free, sample each playlist, then purchase your preferred playlist for $9.99. We also sell headphones to stream these playlists on our website if you don’t already have your own

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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