July 30, 2006, 1:47 pm

I’m Looking Through You!

thermalite

Now, how is this kid supposed to sleep?

He doesn’t even look like he’s in pain.

I guess the parent is supposed to stand there and hold this gargantuan flashlight over the kid, it doesn’t look like it has a stand.

Oh…you point it at the sore spot and it penetrates the tissues.

We call that sunbathing.

I like the one where the woman is pointing this directly at her face.

“You, too can be 24 and look 65! Buy Now!”

Bet that kid woke up with a hell of a tan.

All this is to announce that Radiology Grand Rounds is up over at Sumer’s Radiology Site.

Believe it or not, I, the queen of “what the hell am I looking at here?” made a small contribution.

Thanks Dr. Sumer!

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  • MotherJonesRN

    July 31, 2006 at 7:56 am

    How can anyone sleep with that kind shinning his or her face? Mom, turn off the light and go to bed.

    Kim, where do you find these great old ads? Stay cool today, it’s going to be another scorcher.

    Mother Jones RN



  • Deb

    July 31, 2006 at 2:19 pm

    I remember friends having lamps like this!!!


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