Sub-Zero Operating Room

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The sub-zero operating room is the natural habitat of orthopods.


Why?


According to orthopods, the cooler temperatures stimulate bone growth and hunger, allowing them to work out more (bench pressing icebergs and running fartlets with polar bears on their backs) and replenish depleted energy stores with Stryker Surgical Snacks.[1]


Who Else Can Survive These Temperatures?


The sub-zero operating room is home to several species of penguins, seals, and polar bears.[2]


Somewhat Related Reading


- Chile

- Cryotherapy

- Freezing My Balls Off

- Ice in Your Veins

- Pittsburgh Pens

- Rose Room

- Stryker Surgical Snacks

- Treaty of Drapes


References


  1. Stryker Surgical Snacks, The Perfect OR Treat (Gomerblog)
  2. New Sub-Zero ORs Trialed: Orthopedic Surgeon Still Asking for Temperature Turned Down (Gomerblog)


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