INCHY PINCHY – COMING SOON!
... is a single use butterfly disguise used in hospitals and other medical facilities to avoid the fear of injection.*
Doctors and nurses can see and act freely while the little patient is distracted and won‘t see the needle. In other words: a relaxed atmosphere and no stress. Any fear related to medical procedures involving injections or needles is gone. So they all will love it. Btw. – it‘s low cost and adds value.
Currently the FDA Certificate procedure is running – it already has the American 5(10)K number, is registered with CE mark, and the Australian TGA. So we are looking forward to come out with INCHY PINCHY in USA asap!
* Trypanophobia is defined as extreme fear of medical procedures involving injections or needles. Although sometimes also referred to as aichmophobia, belonephobia, or enetophobia, these terms generally denote a fear of pins, needles, or sharp objects while trypanophobia also includes the medical aspect of the fear.
As much as 10 percent of people suffer from a phobia called trypanophobia, which is a fear of needles and injections. Of those who have a fear of needles, at least 20 percent avoid medical treatment as a result. The fear of needles is both a learned and an inherited condition.
Cases of needle phobia that are a sub-type of blood-injury-injection phobia are recognized by medical scientists who have studied this issue as being intrinsically different from other phobias in very important and fundamental ways.
It is not unusual for those with the blood-injury-injection phobia to experience either fainting or near-fainting when merely discussing needle procedures, or when listening to a discussion of needle procedures, or while watching someone else (even a pet) undergo a needle procedure.
HIGH QUALITY AND SAFE
The Needle is integrated into a Safety-Lok Blood Collection Set. This irreversible locking mechanism protects against needlestick injuries.