I completed an implant of a biventricular pacemaker-defibrillator system on a 72-year old man the other day, and a nurse came out of the room after the procedure feeling uncomfortable, to say the least.
"He had a leopard-skin thong on! You know, with strings to hold up the sides and all..."
My natural response was:
"Well, you know with sedation and all,..." she said. (I told her I'd heard enough).
Music in the operating room is well-established but varies by personal taste. Should there be a dress code for minor procedure rooms like cath labs and electrophysiology labs? After all, the dress code for operating rooms is already established: those ridiculous patient gowns and your birthday suit...