Gebauer's Pain Ease® is the instant topical anesthetic skin refrigerant cleared to temporarily control the pain associated with needle procedures and minor surgical procedures. It can be applied to intact skin, minor open wounds and intact oral mucous membranes. It is non-drug, non-flammable and can be used by any licensed healthcare practitioner without the order of a physician. Click learn more for important risk and safety information.Learn More
Gebauer's Ethyl Chloride®, the world's first instant topical anesthetic skin refrigerant, is intended to temporarily control the pain associated with injections, IV starts, venipuncture, minor surgical procedures and minor sports injuries. Gebauer’s Ethyl Chloride is available in several spray patterns, which allows medical professionals to choose their preferred mode of delivery. Click learn more for important risk and safety information.
Gebauer's Spray and Stretch® is an instant topical anesthetic skin refrigerant that effectively manages myofascial pain and trigger point release when used in conjunction with the spray and stretch technique. It is also indicated for treating restricted motion, muscle spasm and minor sports injuries. Non-drug and non-flammable. Click learn more for important risk and safety information.
"My patients are especially thankful for dedication to excellence in order to put them at ease during an especially stressful time. As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, Pain Ease has allowed me to accomplish this successfully."
- Mark H. CRNA, MSN, APN
"As frontline nurses and managers, we have an obligation, to our patients to provide relief and compassionately reduce distress whenever possible. One way we can reduce pain is through the use of Pain Ease. It is easy to use and it works. When patients understand you care about helping them manage their pain, the reality is a successful an therapeutic relationship."
- AnnMarie Papa, DNP, RN, CEN, NE-BC, FAEN, FAAN
September 14 – 15th - Emergency Nurses Association – St. Louis, MO
October 11 - 13th - ANCC Magnet – Houston, TX
October 29 - 31st - American College of Emergency Physicians – Washington, D.C.