ETHYL chloride spray and diabetes

Keywords: blood glucose, diabetes, blood glucose levels, blood sugar levels

This FDA approved method is probably the best current way. It works with all kinds of shots, the blood drawing type as well as the vaccination type. It is a time-tested medication that is cheaply and easily available, and it can be applied at the time of the injection, making it unnecessary to prepare the child ahead of time. The sad thing is this has been around for decades and could have been used for entire generations of children.

So here’s to fall of blood sugar levels.

Read more about blood glucose levels in this article from healthiack.com.

A retired doctor friend of mine was right behind me as I was typing up the web page version of this. He said his father who was also a doctor graduated from medical school in 1907, and he knew about it. I asked him why doctors have not been using this. He said, “Because most doctors think it isn’t worth the trouble!” Typical!

Ninety-three percent of those who had Ethyl Chloride spray applied to the injection site before the shot reported feeling no pain while being injected.

Clinical studies that have been published in such medical journals, as Pediatrics, Journal of the American Medical Association and the Journal of Pain Symptom Management have proven the spray is safe, easy to use and instantly effective after application.

The doctor or nurse sprays it directly on the child’s skin for a few seconds, then swabs on the antiseptic and quickly gives the shot. The spray numbs the skin through rapid cooling. It can also be used for incisions, lancing boils and draining small abscesses. It is also helpful to warn the child ahead of time the spray will feel cold but not painful.

If your doctor takes off warts or sews up cuts in his office, he/she most likely already has this spray available. It is simple thing to start using to ease children’s pain, and that is an FDA approved use of it.

Ethyl Chloride spray is available to your doctor from various places with a prescription.

Here is another that gives doctors and nurses instructions on how to administer it, but they most likely won’t need this.

Keywords: blood glucose, diabetes, blood glucose levels, blood sugar levels

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