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Our workplace has changed so dramatically that a new term for this chapter was created to describe it, electronicized. This chapter will focus on the associated issues of distraction due to personal electronic devices (PEDs), electronic medical records (EMRs), EMR’s OR equivalent, anesthesia information management systems (AIMS), and alarms. The digital distraction due to the combination of these devices will be described. Specific concerns will be raised regarding PED’s ubiquity as a distinct threat to vigilance that has the potential to be significantly disruptive and potentially injurious. Alarm fatigue due to the quantity and large number of false alarms will also be reviewed in detail