The Pollock Technique The Pollock Technique™ for circumcision is a virtually painless method involving the use of a Mogen clamp under a long-acting local anesthetic. After much research, we find this approach is less invasive, there’s less handling of the tissue. It’s also 10x faster than traditional circumcisions. The shorter the duration of any surgical… Continue reading Untitled
What is a Subcutaneous Injection
A subcutaneous injection is administered as a bolus into the subcutis, the layer of skin directly below the dermis and epidermis, collectively referred to as the cutis. Subcutaneous injections are highly effective in administering medications such as insulin, morphine, diacetylmorphine and goserelin. A subcutaneous injection is absorbed slower than a substance injected intravenously or in… Continue reading What is a Subcutaneous Injection
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
What is Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)? Platelet rich plasma injection (more commonly known as PRP injection or PRP therapy) is a treatment that involves injecting a small amount of one’s own blood into slowly healing soft tissue injuries in order to speed up the body’s own healing process. So, what are platelets? Platelets are a… Continue reading Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Injections
Needle Free Dentists
Studies when patients are asked to list the most important factors used when selecting a dentist, the 2 most important are: (1) a dentist who does not hurt and (2) a painless injection. There is a trend among dentists toward the use of smaller-diameter needles on the assumption that they are less traumatic to the… Continue reading Needle Free Dentists
Local Anaesthesia Needleless
Local anesthetics need to be deposited as close to the nerve as possible so that optimal diffusion of the drug may occur, Peripheral nerve blocks A nerve block is an injection of a local anaesthetic to numb the nerves supplying a particular part of the body, such as the hand, arm or leg. It may… Continue reading Local Anaesthesia Needleless
Comfort in Kits
We carry three types of injectors, they all look the same but the difference is in the strength of the spring inside. 1. Injector labelled “Soft” is currently used and suitable for delivery of local anaesthesia in the dental application and is also used by cosmetic doctors for facial injections. 2. Injector labelled “IM” intramuscular… Continue reading Comfort in Kits
Why might I not like insulin pens? • Insulin pens are not right for 100% of diabetes patients. Insulin in pens and cartridges is generally more expensive than bottled insulin and syringes. When pens are used a small quantity of insulin is wasted, making the process less economical. • Not all types of insulin are… Continue reading Insulin Pen
Needle Free Injectors for Aesthetic Purposes
Comfort-in™️ in the hand of a cosmetic physician can also be used for various beauty treatments, altimatley the physician must decide how. Technically, what is a “Cosmetic Physician”? A Cosmetic Physician is the name given to a medical practitioner who has chosen to train in, qualify and practise non-invasive medical treatments that provide patients with… Continue reading Needle Free Injectors for Aesthetic Purposes
Which Needle-free Injector Brand Should I Buy?
If I decide to get a needle-free injections system which one should I purchase? Should I get the real Comfort-in™️ or maybe the cheaper knockoffs: Hyaluron Pen, Thesera, Stabilizer or any other deice labelled “Jet Nebuliser” ? It is a fact that the Comfort-in™️ is a registered, certified class 2 medical device with the European… Continue reading Which Needle-free Injector Brand Should I Buy?
What are Intramuscular Injections Used for?
Intramuscular injections are a common practice in modern medicine. They are used to deliver drugs and vaccines. Several drugs and almost all injectable vaccines are delivered this way. Intramuscular injections are used when other types of delivery methods aren’t recommended. These include: • oral (swallowed into the stomach) • intravenous (injected into the vein) •… Continue reading What are Intramuscular Injections Used for?