Check out this awesome way that Dr. Natalia Echeverri gifted her lapel pin prizes to her wonderful L&D nurses! We are obsessed with how cute and creative it is! We were so happy to giveaway some of our fun lapel pins to 5 difference teams of nurses. It was a fun giveaway, and we hope you all enjoy!

October 16, 1846 marked the first successful demonstration of ether anesthesia, making it one of the most significant events in modern medicine history! To celebrate this important day, our lungs and larynx went out on a lovely picnic together and enjoyed the open air. 

Check out our new and adorable stuffed larynx toy and cute lung plushie here.

guts-in-japanese-kanjiAs we get ready to exhibit at DC's Sakura Matsuri celebration of all things Japan, cherry blossom and springtime, we thought we'd put together a handy list of some of our favorite organs in Japanese! Click on the above image for a printable copyTanoshinde manabu! Stop by America's largest Japanese street festival Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 10am-6pm, we will be there!
lung-pillow-transplant-supportAfter you get your new organ, the patient's incision must be supported, and what better way to support than with a lung, heart, kidney or liver-shaped pillow designed with post-op support in mind? Shumsky Therapuetic Pillows have been around since 1985, these pillows come in a variety of sizes and organs to help patients recover from surgery.