TONSILS OUT SHIRTWhat organs have you loved and lost this year? Did you say ta-ta to your tonsils or goodbye to your gallbladder?

gallbladder gone shirt

Whatever organs you've been missing, we've got a happy smiling replacement plush organ waiting for you, or, even better, a commemorative tee shirt or sweatshirt to say a final farewell to all your gone guts.

spleen splenectomy shirt

Maybe your spleen went sayonara or your knee got replaced with a robot one? And you're the type who wants to celebrate those missing body parts with a tee, right?

knee replacement shirt

Perhaps you are half cyborg at this point. Perhaps you unwillingly "donated" your kidney or part of your colon. Maybe 25% of your organs are missing, but no matter -- you're still here! Because you are so tough, they may take your uterus, your appendix, your tonsils AND your thyroid but they can't take your spirit.

thyroidectomy shirt

Go ahead and take my ovaries -- I double-dog dare you! First of all, I can live without them, second of all, I'll help you toss them into the incinerator! 

Ovary Ova Achiever shirt womens yellow

If you need a way to laugh in the face of illness or a surprise surgery, you know we've got your back. Check out all our goodbye guts over at our print-on-demand shop. We've got just the gut you're missing and more.

Appendectomy shirt appendix surgery shirt kids
That scary appendectomy is in the rearview mirror, you've said au revoir to that naughty appendix, and you've got scars to prove it. Buh-bye bad body parts and cheers to a new year! Hopefully the organs on the shirt will behave themselves better than your organs did.

Uterus Gyno Plush Educational Women's Health ToysEvery day is Labor Day when you're a Labor and Delivery nurse! Seasons's Greetings from our Gyno Gang to yours!
Take a look at this wonderful photo from the Transplant Unit of the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh. We are so grateful for all the hard work they do and provide. We are very glad to have our guts lend a small hand in the care of these children! 
I Heart Guts, Surgery, Surgeon

"Surgery is extremely stressful for anyone; however, preparing a child for surgery is done differently than for adults and has its own unique challenges. Studies show that puppets or toys are useful in this regard to explain and to demonstrate to children what will happen in a medical procedure. They provide a diversion, create a playful setting and help the nurse gain the child’s trust. Staff at the Children’s Hospital Pittsburgh pose with some bodily buddies before handing them off to post-op kiddos."

"For a child that is getting a liver transplant, an appendectomy or kidney surgery, a little plush buddy to take into the OR is just what the doctor (or nurse) ordered! The toys can help nurses educate a child about the part of his or her body we are fixing, and they are also something special that the child can take home with them: a silly and unique reminder of their time in the operating room at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh."

Sarah brought Uterus along her surgical journey. Uterus proved to be an awesome sidekick!

"Have to have a little fun when you have surgery. What is better fun than a plush organ wearing a beast mode bandanna?" - Sarah