Buzzy relieves the pain from minor sharp aches and pains, including needles, splinters, and stings on contact. Patented M-Stim™ mechanical stimulation and ice technology blocks pain using gate-control. Buzzy works even better with DistrACTION Cards. Distraction can reduce pain by up to 50%, often better than medical pain relief. DistrACTION Cards are five brightly colored cards on a snap ring, with age-specific questions and finding tasks for all ages, empowering Mom, Dad, or staff to distract like a pro!
- 1 Buzzy® Mini Personal (Bee-Striped)
- 2 Single-Patient Use Ice Wings
- 2 AAA Batteries (preinstalled in unit)
- 4 Needle Fear Education Cards
- 3 Sets of DistrACTION® cards (assorted)
- 6 Bravery Badge Stickers
- 1 Instruction Manual
- 1 Reusable Carrying Case
This combination kit contains everything you need for just about any type of needle injection or at-home procedure.
Everything in the kit is latex-free and designed to last for many years.
Item Number / SKU: BTG-DAP
I am on my way home from the easiest blood draw for my son's cholesterol. He has developed a fear of needles so I normally have to hold him tight. But the nurses at Vanderbilt bought out Buzzy and had to stick my son 3 times to find a good vein and he felt only a little pain on one stick other than that he was pain free and wants me to buy one from every else! So soon as I budget it I'll be buying one!! Maybe more for family and friends too!
I purchased this product after attending a pediatric and child life seminar. The studies and data presented were very compelling. We are attempting to try and develop a program to use Buzzy in our hospital. I decided to get my own kit to use with my children at home when going to doctor visits, in the hopes I can make visits less scary and traumatic. Thank you.
for children.. as well as for adults :O)
Excited to use buzzy at work as well as the distraction cards!
Our 4 year old is very sick and needs a daily injection of Kineret and multiple blood draws a month. Buzzy bee helps to distract her from the pain and has helped her handle the pain of the injection a little better.