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Buzzy Pain Relieving System

Buzzy® is simply a small vibrating bee with a unique ice pack. Put it near any sharp, itching or burning pain, and presto! Using natural pain relief, Buzzy desensitizes your body's own nerves, thereby dulling or eliminating sharp injection pain. In the same way that rubbing a bumped elbow helps, or cool running water soothes a burn, Buzzy® crowds out pain by sending stronger motion and temperature sensations down the nerves instead. Independently verified Research shows it really works. Nurses and doctors can get too busy to wait for numbing creams. In addition, the medical community expects patients newly diagnosed with diabetes, arthritis, or leukemia to just get used to procedures -- even those with a fear of needles. For shots, for bee stings, for boo-boos, for injected medicines,… for people afraid of needles or just annoyed by stinging injections, we developed Buzzy® to put instant pain management in YOUR hands. The research is now overwhelming. Our first trial in adults for IV starts found that Buzzy® significantly decreased phlebotomy pain, and was followed by two successful randomized controlled studies in children. Not only did Buzzy significantly decrease pain by child and parent report, IV success was INCREASED 3 times on the first try! Buzzy® has been used for dentistry, travel immunizations, fertility shots, finger testing, splinter removal, flu injections and more! Buzzy was invented due to a bad immunization pain experience which led to persistent fear of needles. Although needle pain from a shot may not seem like a big deal, needle sticks are the most common and most feared cause of medical pain in the world. An immunization may "only hurt for a second," but the impact for children can be a lifetime of needle phobia. Even in premature infants, untreated pain worsens medical outcomes and is remembered months later, demonstrated by increased crying. As babies who are sensitized to needles grow up, they may avoid medical treatment,refuse to donate blood, or refuse flu shots due to fear of needle pain. When they have children, they may even be less likely to immunize their own children. Studies identify an age-related needle phobia, suggesting unmanaged immunization needle pain may be a cause. Children now get more than 20 needle sticks before they are two years old. Although the American Academy of Pediatrics says to use pain control "whenever possible,"only 2.1 of an estimated 18 million IV sticks each year are done with pain management. Only 6% of mothers reported ever having topical numbing creams used for their children's shots. Awareness and use of available pain control methods for children can result in years of improved health. http://www.youtube.com/user/mmjlabs