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Anonymous (reply to DustinHodgson139)

The Lousebuster is a really good product, but the cost (over $1000) makes it impractical for the average consumer. It would be a product better used by schools systems if they wanted to train a nurse to use it, by salons specializing in nit picking/louse removal, or physician's offices (such as Dermatologists) who can afford to have a staff member trained on the device to treat in the office and bill insurance for the service.

With the American Academy of Pediatrics revamping their clinical update on head lice, it's more critical than ever to involve qualified health care professionals in the treatment process. One of the first comments made in their recent clinical update is to bring the physician back into the treatment process, something that we've gotten away from for many years.

August 23, 2010 - 10:11am


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