MUSIC IS USED BY SURGEONS TO EASE OPERATIONS (Jun, 1924)

MUSIC IS USED BY SURGEONS TO EASE OPERATIONS

Music has been found of value in surgical operations to ease patients during and after the administration of ether. Melodies are supplied by a phonograph, or instrumental selections are rendered by an artist. Several demonstrations have been made at a Brooklyn, N. Y., hospital.

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  1. Jim Dunn says: October 3, 20076:23 am

    “Mr. Dunn, you’ll be pleased to know that we’ve secured the services of a musician to help soothe your nerves.”

    “Why, that’s excellent, Dr. Flavinathan. I look forward to being thoroughly relaxed.”

    “Wonderful. Mr. McLeod, warm up your bagpipes.”

    “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!”

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