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Re: [IP] Emla Cream



> My doc said to leave it on an hour, use lots of it, and cover
> loosely with a bandage while it's on.
> 

Ice in a baggie takes 5 minutes. A cold soda can can be substituted 
in a pinch. This is an easy, cheap and effective method to eliminate 
residual pain or the fear of pain.

Michael

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> Sent: Monday, July 29, 2002 7:20 PM
> Subject: [IP] Emla Cream
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> 
> > How long are you guys leaving on Emla cream before doing infusions.  We're
> > getting pain here after leaving on 30 minutes.  Any helpful hints also
> > appreciated. (DebilnOK - we're going to try your suggestion too!, but the
> > more ideas the better - Thanks, Tammy
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