The Washington Post is a Pulitzer Prize-winning news organization, and its journalism has been recognized by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) as one of the top 10 in the country.
This year, The Post has partnered with Dr. David N. Breen, a leading surgical specialist and founder of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA), to provide you with information about a surgical kit that can save your life.
Here are some things to know:• The surgical kit includes:• A small operating table with a surgical blade and a needle (to help cut into tissue)• A sterile tube to deliver blood to your liver and kidney• A scalpel to cut into the liver and a scalpel and scalpel for the kidney• An operating table to cut open your liver, pancreas, intestines and colon• A sterilizing mask with a sterile tube and sterilizing gel to clean your colon and your intestinesThe surgical kit will cost you: $1,800• You can get it from a pharmacy, online or at a retail pharmacy, including Walgreens and Kroger.
It’s available at Walgops and Krogers and other participating drugstores and drugstores nationwide.• You’ll pay $250 for a surgical scalpel• The surgery kit will save your heart and blood supply.• The procedure takes about 10 minutes.
You’ll be in the operating room for about 90 minutes.• Your body will recover in about an hour and a half.• When you’re done, you’ll have no pain and will have the blood in your stool for about 30 days.
You can learn more about the surgical kit here: