A spring loaded device enabling user to automatically insert a needle into the tissues by placing a pre-drawn syringe inside the device. May assist those who have restricted hand movement or are uncomfortable about injecting manually.
Method of Use
1. Place your loaded syringe in the Inject-Ease.
2. Place the tip against your skin.
3. Press the button to automatically deliver the needle through the skin.
4. You control the rate at which the medicine is injected. The special tip is designed to reduce the sensation of pain at injection.
Extra product information
* Complete needle coverage - Reduces fear of injection by hiding the needle
* One button ease of use - Gives independence to those with limited dexterity and coordination
* Designed for one-handed use - Allows access to hard-to-reach injection sites
* One press needle insertion - Inserts the needle through the skin automatically and easily
* Designed for Becton-Dickinson insulin syringes - Works with 100 unit (1.0 ml, 1cc), 50 unit (0.5 ml, 1/2cc), or 30 unit (0.3 ml, 1/3cc) syringes
* Comes with spacer rings for customization of injection depth
* Convenient for travel - Certain medications can be preloaded
AmbiMedInc / USA
Contact supplier for details
- AmbiMedInc - Inject-Ease - http://ambimedinc.com/inject-ease/
- AmbiMedInc - Inject-Ease Brochure - http://ambimedinc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Inject-Ease-brochure.pdf
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Automatic Injector: One model only
- Length Overall 137.2 mm
- Width Overall 43.1 mm (at widest point)
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