Dr. Numb Topical Numbing Cream for Cannulation
Intravenous cannulation or insertion is one of our greatest fears in being admitted to the hospital. Of course it is painful having your vein penetrated by a needle. A lot of us are pretty much sensitive to pain. No matter how mainly we are, we would never fail to react to this kind of pain. The prime purpose of intravenous cannulation or insertion is to infuse or supply fluids, medication or blood in order to correct dehydration and electrolyte imbalances.
This intravenous therapy is a very important intervention in nursing a sick person. It is a necessity in order to provide hydration and to correct all the imbalances and problem in the blood stream. The major and only concern that we have in intravenous insertion is the pain during the cannulation itself. It is no longer a problem these days.
We have something to help us numb the site for the needle insertion - Dr. Numb! It is a topical anesthetic cream used to numb the infusion site or any area of the body prior a painful skin procedure. This is known to work and its effect has been proven by a lot of people who tried to use it. Dr. Numb is a product worth trying.