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  • Safety Guides New Syringe Designs
    Operational Excellence & Lean Six Sigma Alternative injector design and methodology Syringe plungers that lock once used Plastic liquid compartments that collapse on use Needles that can be used only once Needle-free injectors based on high-velocity sprays these can be extremely cost-effective
  • Safety Guides New Syringe Designs
    Operational Excellence & Lean Six Sigma Alternative injector design and methodology Syringe plungers that lock once used Plastic liquid compartments that collapse on use Needles that can be used only once Needle-free injectors based on high-velocity sprays these can be extremely cost-effective
  • The Needle Gets Another Shot
    as honey into syringe barrels is no easy task, says Rebecca Butler, corporate and legal affairs manager. The company plans to increase its 34,000-square-foot facilities by another 60,000 square feet in the next few years, she says. If it weren t for newfangled delivery devices, we might not be witnessing
  • The Needle Gets Another Shot
    oral, nasal, buccal, transdermal is typically the hardest for drug manufacturers to provide, says John Paproski, VP of innovation for West Pharmaceutical Services (Lyonville, Pa.). By focusing on patient convenience, Becton Dickinson and other syringe providers have redefined the needle, even as new
  • Medical Device Link . Needleless Syringe Improved by Replacing Metal Parts with Plastic
    In the competitive medical device market, it is every manufacturer's goal to improve its devices and make them less expensive to manufacture. Designers at Medi-Ject (Minneapolis, MN) achieved this goal when they significantly improved their Medi-Jector needleless syringe, a product that had already
  • Medical Device Link .
    Copolyester Is Clear Choice for Safety Syringe The material s tribological properties enhance product s passive activation design The advent of needle-safety devices received a boost in 2000 with the enactment of the OSHA Needle Stick Safety and Prevention Act. ) was ahead of the curve when
  • Medical Device Link .
    that prevents reuse. In traditional syringe designs, the needle assembly is formed by bonding a steel cannula to a plastic hub. But the
  • Medical Device Link .
    Pumping modules are fully supported with software, electronic diagrams, and engineering phone support. This enables a designer to build prototypes or test pumping functions without sacrificing the quality of the pumping mechanism. The modular syringe-pump components come in three styles microliter

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