|1.||Taddio, Anna: 1 article (02/2010)|
|2.||Hogan, Mary-Ellen: 1 article (02/2010)|
|3.||Kikuta, Andrew: 1 article (02/2010)|
|4.||Hughes, Robin: 1 article (09/2004)|
|5.||Ford, Allison: 1 article (09/2004)|
|6.||Metzger, Dee: 1 article (09/2004)|
|7.||Easley, Kirk: 1 article (09/2004)|
|8.||Daugherty, Lynda: 1 article (09/2004)|
|9.||Mawhorter, Steven: 1 article (09/2004)|
02/10/2010 - "Similarly, two studies evaluating physical pain relieving techniques, either skin cooling interventions (Fluori-Methane) or tactile stimulation (manual pressure at the site of injection) found them to reduce pain. "
09/01/2004 - "The topical vapocoolant Fluori-Methane is an effective, quick, preferred, inexpensive agent for reducing vaccine-associated injection pain for international travel clients."
02/10/2010 - "There was limited evidence to support the use of lidocaine-prilocaine, Fluori-Methane and manual pressure for reducing immunization pain in adults. "
09/01/2004 - "Pediatric studies with routine vaccines have shown topical anesthetic EMLA cream (lidocaine and prilocaine, Astra Pharmaceuticals, Inc.) and the topical vapocoolant Fluori-Methane (dichlorodifluoromethane and trichlorodifluoromethane, Gebauer Co.) to be equally effective in reducing pain from vaccinations. "
|6.||dichlorodifluoromethane (FC 12)