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Baby Getting A Chest X-Ray
This device is used to immobilize young children in order to get their x-rays, when a child is very sick and an x-ray is needed to diagnose them. It does NOT hurt them at all. Taking multiple images of a moving baby, in order to get the least blurry one is more harmful because then the child is exposed to radiation for a longer period of time.
This device, which again does NOT hurt them, allows for a technologist to grab chest images of a child as fast and as efficiently as possible. The children may sometimes cry, and get frustrated but only because they are not familiar with this device. This is typically used for babies under 25 Ibs or around 2 years old. If interested you can hear how it works from a technologist himself (What He Has To Say) (More Information)
At first glance I genuinely thought this was a baby in a blender
For The Masses:
Reblog to save a life.
i’ve only seen one post about it and it was Very spoiler-heavy so if you opted out of that one: people who are coming back from seeing the box trolls are coming back disappointed at how heavily it played up the Haha A Man In Woman’s Clothing, It’s Funny Because It Means He Is A Suspicious Man Deceiving Others Into Thinking He Is A Woman character trope at multiple points throughout the film
also additionally the usual “children’s films are, bizarrely, really comfortable writing misogynistic dialogue and animating character actions that if acted out in reality would constitute sexually-motivated harassment” fact about the world that rears its head in about two of every three movies i go see
also just in case this post ends up getting reblogged: i have not seen the movie and am only summarizing a single post i just read, so let me live if i’ve missed or mischaracterized some detail
there are people who havent seen the comic that inspired sweet bro and hella jeff and thats sad
I want to be the first person on the moon to shoot a sniper rifle at earth and hit a wasp nest. my whole life so far is leading up to that moment