Kids don't like needles, so before surgery, they "go to sleep" by breathing anesthesia gases through a mask. But the mask smells bad; it's scary and can cause aggression, regression and nightmares long after the surgery is over. Anesthesia for kids hasnt' changed for 100 years. Until now. The PeDIA oor Pediatric Device for Induction of Anesthesia, is the 21st century way to help kids through this stressful time. The PeDIA resembles a balloon, which is fun! Kids get to "play with their balloon" while they put themselves to sleep. Watch the video to see the difference between "the old standard" and a superior PeDIA induction. then decide: stinky mask or bright balloon? Which would you choose?
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