Dr. Corey Westerfeld talks about replacing subconj. injections with the ComfortPack strung pledgets.
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How To Use The ComfortPack
Using the ComfortPack to numb the eye is an efficient and effective way to administer anesthesia.
Simply fill the cup with enough lidocaine to saturate the pledget(s). They don't need to sit in the solution for any period of time.
Using the applicator, remove the pledget from the cup and place it under the lower eyelid.
Remove the pledget(s) from the eye by pulling the attached string.
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