Bionix Health at Home Shotblocker Needle Free Insulin Injection Device, .3 Ounce

April 10, 2018 - Comment

Shots dont have to hurt. Shotblocker is an innovative, patented device that is both simple and easy to use. Shotblocker was invented by a pediatrician over 10 years ago to instantly reduce needle pain and anxiety associated with injections for his patients. Shotblocker works through a novel application of the gate control theory of pain

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Shots dont have to hurt. is an innovative, patented device that is both simple and easy to use. was invented by a pediatrician over 10 years ago to instantly reduce pain and anxiety associated with injections for his patients. works through a novel application of the gate control theory of pain management. When pressed firmly against the skin at the site, saturates the sensory nerves distracting the patient from the pain signals caused by the needle poke. Great for all intramuscular or subcutaneous injections, including: , allergy, immunization, fertility, growth hormone and more.

Product Features

  • Immediate effect the contact points on the underside saturates the sensory nerves distracting the patient from the pain signals caused by the needle poke, no waiting for topical anesthetics to take effect
  • Easy to use just press shot blocker firmly over the injection site and give the injection through or near the opening
  • Versatility useful in intramuscular injections, subcutaneous injections and other procedures that include a painful needle poke
  • Cost benefit less costly than anesthetic creams or freezing sprays faster, too
  • Pediatrician designed Invented by a pediatrician to lessen the pain and anxiety experienced by his own patients

Comments

Nikki M says:

Shotblocker is ok, but you are going to get better results with Buzzy I am a pediatric provider, and have used this “shotblocker” as well as the “buzzy” pain blocker both on myself and on my patients. I underwent IVF and I was required to give myself IM injections of a medication in oil for 10 weeks straight, so I got to try out a lot of different “pain blocking” techniques. This shotblocker did decrease the pain a little bit, but not as much as Buzzy does. I used the shotblocker a few times, and then didn’t use it anymore, because I found…

S. Cliff says:

You won’t believe how well it works! And there is good science behind how it works! I have to give my wife an Insulin shot twice a day. Every shot was painful and we both really hated to do it, but she has to have the insulin!The Shotblocker was an inexpensive trick to try. It looked like it had a reason to work: I have serious nerve disease, and understand pain and the techniques to stop or mask it. One often effective way to reduce the apparent pain is to overwhelm the body with stimulus. Make so many nerves receive so much stimulation they can’t deliver…

Sapphire says:

It really worked! I purchased this product because of the reviews . When I brought my son for his first immunization he cried a lot. I will definitely use this the next visit for immunization. I will update the review once I use it.Updated review 4/11/14 I brought my 2 month old son for his second immunization because the shots were not available on our first visit. I told the nurse who administered the shot that I want to use the shotblocker. I hold and pressed the shotblocker on my son’s leg…

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