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Anesthetic cream most effective pain reliever for infant vaccinations
 

Anesthetic cream most effective pain reliever for infant vaccinations

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New research has found that anesthetic cream is the best solution for the pain experienced by infants as a result of routine vaccinations.
 
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13 Dec 2016 - General
 
Vaccines which are painless contain the acellular component which is as effective. But theses vaccines are costlier. I agree that lidocaine used can decrease the pain associated with vaccination. But it would not be able to decrease the swelling and ...
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Vaccinations are very traumatic for infants and that would make them fearful of doctors & medical facilities. So I am of the opinion that after taking necessary precautions , the use of local anesthetic creams such as EMLA or PRILOX should be c...
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This is not practical for all patients because anesthetic creams also cost a lot. In fact, it is even more expensive that some of the vaccine preparations in the market. For practicality's sake, I just apply ice for a few minutes prior to vaccina...
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Local anesthetic creams are commonly used for joint pains and they are somewhat effective. I have not tried the anesthetic cream for my kid's vaccination so I can't demonstrate its effects practically. I like your views and thoughts on the to...
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They say pain is inevitable but who wants to be in pain if one can be pain free right? If this is as effective for infants having injected vaccinations then this should also be applicable to adults or elderly. This is sort of like an EMLA cream a top...
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From what i have observe some mothers actually hated to see their children in pain. Theres this instance where my friend was advised that her childs' CBC and Platelet count should be tested. She refused taking her child to the laboratory for the ...
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Another reason parents get anxious of after vaccination is the development of swelling and a mild inflammatory reaction at the site of injection. We get many parents bringing their children complaining of 'redness' and 'stiffness' at ...
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The literature often states the possible effects of pain on the development of the child, but I have always wonder the impact of discrete episodes of pain such a vaccination. Having said that, I have seen the anesthetic creams being used. They appear...
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