Science Daily - Vibrating, cold device enables quick IV insertion while reducing kids' pain in emergency room

Science Daily featured CHoP Study showing positive results with Buzzy for IV placement

"A vibrating device, used with a cold pack, relieves a child’s pain while emergency department caregivers insert an intravenous catheter, equally as well as the currently used anesthetic, topical lidocaine. The device can be used quickly, unlike lidocaine, which requires 30 minutes to fully take effect."

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