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Medical Inventions page
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Snowmobile page

Accelerometer page
Smart Seat page
"If I had a hammer" page
"Sheds I've Built" page
Dremel bit holders page


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A mold to make ER cookies and ER Jell-O!  Or how about a glow-in-the-dark chest x-ray?


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Do you care if wild animals needlessly suffer and die during wintertime? If so, see www.shelteranimals.org.


Dr. Kevin Pezzi's Personal Web Site

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My Medical Inventions Page
Describes my electronic stethoscopes, phonocardiographs, echophonocardiographs, Trauma Scope, invasive metal detectors, intubation detectors, noninvasive cardiac output monitor, thoracic scanner, gee-whiz finger splint, automatic cards for stool hemoccult testing, portable prescription printer, and irreproducible pattern ink pens for prescription writing.

My Miscellaneous Inventions Page

  • Personalized Candy Bar:  What woman wouldn't be impressed by receiving a candy bar molded with her name on it, wrapped in a custom wrapper?

  • The Mosquito Motel:  The world's most charming bug killer.
  • The Insect Inn:  For bugs who don't like a motel, I offer an inn.
  • Wasp Wacker:  Kills flies, yellow jackets, hornets, and wasps, of course.
  • Bug Off:  Repels insects, protects your neurons, and looks great, too! What more can you ask for?
  • Wasp & Fly Trap:  Another reason why I'm Public Enemy #1 to bugs.
  • Sound-proof booth:  A testament to my quirkiness.
  • Copying machine:  Not your average do-it-yourself project, but I had a dream . . . and a lot of free time!
  • Robotic lawn mower:  We can put a man on the moon, but we're still pushing around mowers?  Why?
  • Telephone call counter:  The predecessor to caller ID.
  • Automatic TV/Stereo Sound Muter:  Muted sound when the doorbell rang, or while using the telephone.
  • Amy Alert:  Oh, the things we do for love!
  • LED Christmas Tree:  Place the present under the tree, and the tree lights up!  It doesn't need to be plugged into a 120-volt AC outlet, and the lights never burn out!  No fire hazard, either!
  • Lawn chair book holder/FanTastic® fans:  Small, but surprisingly effective.
  • The Chill Chaser:  Eliminates the noxiousness of exposure to cold weather.
  • Electrical Plug Cleaner (EPC):  A must-read topic for residents of California and anyone interested in saving on energy costs.  Incidentally, you can also read about how this energy-saving gizmo almost got me into hot water with the hospital administration.  As they say, truth is stranger than fiction!
  • Reverse Rethreading Tool:  Performs the seemingly impossible feat of threading a hole from the inside out. But why would anyone want to do such a thing?
  • Radar transparency:  From Stealth aircraft to tasty foods.
  • Uni-Lock mailbox lock:  Secures your mail or UPS shipments and it's easy to use.
  • Homemade shock absorbers:  My motto?  If you can't buy what you want, make it!
  • Super Beaver Log Bandsaw:  Turns logs into lumber.  Why?  I give six compelling reasons.
  • Automatic TV/Radio Volume Control:  Putting transistors to good use.
  • Cranberry Freshness Sorting Machine:  Easing an arduous task.
  • No-Loop Circuit:  Impossible?  Nope.

My Snowmobile Page
Describes the three snowmobiles I've made, my miscellaneous snowmobiling related creations (a snowmobiling clock, a snowmobile-shaped Jell-o mold, and snowmobile mugs), and experiments I've performed in my never-ending quest to improve the ride quality of snowmobiles.  I also give impressions of my past and present snowmobiles.

My Accelerometer Page
After reading snowmobile magazines for a few decades and being frustrated by the subjective opinions expressed therein in regard to ride quality (i.e., ride smoothness), I embarked upon a jihad to objectify the measurement of this parameter.  My first device was a histographic accelerometer which, as its name suggests, gave ride quality acceleration data in the form of a histogram.  My most recent device is a Differential Ride Quality Analyzer that measures ride quality, but also simultaneously "maps" the terrain that is traversed by the snowmobile, thus obviating the need to run all of the test snowmobiles over the same course at the same speed.  I think it's time that snowmobile magazines did their readers a favor and stepped into the 21st century.  If you're tired of their nebulous subjective opinions on ride quality, let them know that they should be using this device.

My Smart Seat Page
The Smart Seat is a seat suspension device that I conceived and built to substantially improve the ride quality of snowmobiles and other vehicles.

My "If I had a hammer . . . and I do!" Page
Artistic and functional things I've built for houses and similar structures.  A hand-carved door, a cupola with copper shingles, and lots more to come!

My "Sheds I've Built" Page
Most sheds are eyesores; these ones are beautiful.

Dremel bit holders that I made

My other web sites

Make a gizmo serviceDo you want something that you can't buy at a store?  A unique gizmo, a personalized candy bar, a part for an old vehicle, a household gadget, a new toy, a prototype for your invention, or a one-of-a-kind present?  If so, I can make it.  Contact me via this page: www.MySpamSponge.com/send.php?handle=erdoc


Are you skilled at marketing and looking to make more money?

If so, I want to speak with you.  I have several hundred inventions, but not enough time to market very many of them.  I am looking to partner with marketing professionals who possess the skills required to introduce new products into the marketplace.  In return, I offer you a substantial percentage of the income generated.  Contact me via this page: www.MySpamSponge.com/send.php?handle=erdoc


Author of Fascinating Health Secrets
Author of TRUE Emergency Room Stories

Author of The Science of Sex: Enhancing Sexual Pleasure, Performance, Attraction, and Desire
Author of How to Lose Weight without Dieting, Drugs, Herbs, Exercise, or Surgery

About the Author

Hobbies: snowmobiling, riding my Sea-Doo, inventing, thinking, shopping, baking, dating, bicycling, exercising, watching movies, traveling, working in my shop, shooting, being outdoors, reading, and writing (but not arithmetic!).

Contact me via this page: www.MySpamSponge.com/send.php?handle=erdoc

MySpamSponge is a site I developed that anyone can use to block all of their spam, but never any legitimate messages. With MySpamSponge, you communicate using handles instead of e-mail addresses. A handle is essentially a contact code that gives people a way to contact you via e-mail without you having to reveal your e-mail address. Similarly, you can send a message by using the recipient’s handle as the address (mine is ERdoc). Smart people will quickly "get it" and realize that this could be the magic bullet that makes spam a thing of the past, but I wonder if the average Internet user can grasp a major innovation that didn't come from Microsoft or Google. We'll see.

By the way, since MySpamSponge is new, you can have almost any handle you want. First come, first served, so the bright "early adopters" will get the best handles.

Organize your garage beautifully.

If you want a beautiful garage that is easy to keep organized, see the GarageScapes web site:  www.GarageScapes.com.

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You will have sex about 10,000 times during your life.

Doesn't it make sense to read a book that can maximize your enjoyment, and the enjoyment you give to your partner?

Cast away your preconceptions of sex books as being a rehash of things you already know and hence a waste of time.  By reading this book, you will learn many things that Dr. Ruth and other sexologists have never considered.

The Science of Sex
Enhancing Sexual Pleasure, Performance, Attraction, and Desire

by Kevin Pezzi, MD

Available in printed and Adobe Acrobat e-book versions (will display on any computer)

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You know that writer's block you get when you sit down to write the essay portion of your personal profile for online dating? And you know the difficulty you have trying to think of a catchy headline? Well, MyProfileWriter allows you to create a profile essay and headline without typing, just by clicking!

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