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Dr Winterhalter discusses distraction techniques to utilize during painful procedures. Breastfeeding in infants, developmentally supportive positioning, and injection technique (the use of sequential injection and rapid combined injection) do not require additional funds, resources, or staffing. The use of developmentally appropriate preparation and distraction, deep breathing, and bubble blowing/party blowers can be taught to patients and caregivers.