How to select the right injector ?


Is your medication intended to be deposited into your muscles, that means intramuscular or into your fatty tissue that means subcutaneous.
One way is to ask your doctor or read the instructions on the medications pamphlet or labels, it should be in bold letters: 
 “FOR SUBCUTANEOUS DELIVERY“ 
   or
 “FOR (IM) INTRAMUSCULAR DELIVERY.”
 
This means the following:
  1.  injections sites should be identified as Intramuscular or subcutaneous.
  2. For all aqua based medication and medication labeled “FOR SUBCUTANEOUS DELIVERY “ subcutaneously,the injector labeled “NORMAL “ is ideal.
  3. For all oily based medications or medications labeled “FOR INTRAMUSCULAR DELIVERY “ the injector labeled IM is ideal. * This injector is powerful enough to deliver TRIMIX into the corpus cavernosum.
  4. Examples: 
insulin, growth hormone Vitamins such as B-12 are mainly injected subconsciously.
For delivery of all aqua based liquid medication and supplements including peptides, the injector labeled NORMAL is ideal.




Oily based medication such as Estrogen/Oestrogen & Testosterone is usually injected into a muscle, in recent years doctors have been recommending “MICRO DOSING “ testosterone subconsciously into the fatty tissue.
From customer’s experience the feedback is that the  injector labeled IM with 6000 PSI is the best choice for oily based liquid medication delivery because it is 50% stronger than the injector labeled NORMAL 4000 PSI, therefore it will deliver 
*It is recommended to inject 0.25ml at a time, therefore if you want to inject 1ml break it over 4 deliveries of 0.25ml each.

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 Labeled “Soft” is currently used and suitable for delivery of local anaesthesia in the oral cavity in the dental application and is also used by cosmetic doctors for facial injections.
  2. Injector labeled “IM” intramuscular is tested and certified for Needle-less delivery of vaccines and other prescription liquid substances labeled “intramuscular delivery “
  3. Most popular injector labeled “NORMAL” is certified and suitable for subcutaneous delivery of liquid medications intended for subcutaneous delivery such ad Insulin.it’s ideal for delivery of local anaesthesia solutions anywhere the body.

Universal Starter Kit includes:

  • 1 certified injector
  • 1 Pressure lever (injector charger)
  • 10 nozzles/ syringes
  • 1 Luer Adapters, Universal adapters when combined with a needle.
  • 1 Users manual

Diabetes starter kit for people and pets with diabetes using insulin in 1.5ml and 3ml insulin “Pen cartridges” supplied with disposable insulin pens or refill cartridges commonly used in the United Kingdom, some European countries and of course our Australia.

Following items included:

  • 1 certified injector
  • 1 Pressure lever (injector charger)
  • 10 nozzles/ syringes
  • 1 Adapter suitable for drawing insulin supplied in insulin pens .
  • 1 Users manual



Dental starter kit includes:
  • 1 certified injector with a gental spring, suitable for Dental.
  • 1 Pressure lever (injector charger)
  • 50 nozzles/ syringes
  • 5 Dental Adapter suitable for the selected application
  • 1 Users manual
  • 50 Flat positioning cap
  • 50 curved positioning cap
Diabetes starter kit for people and pets with diabetes using insulin in 5ml or 10ml vials with crimped diameter of 14mm, commonly used in the USA.
 
Following items included:
  • 1 certified injector
  • 1 Pressure lever (injector charger)
  • 10 nozzles/ syringes
  • 1 Adapter suitable for drawing insulin supplied in 5ml or 10ml vials.
  • 1 Users manual
What are the 3 sites for IM injection?
  • Intramuscular injection sites
  • Deltoid muscle of the arm. The deltoid muscle is the site most typically used for vaccines. ... 
  • Vastus lateralis muscle of the thigh. ... 
  • Ventrogluteal muscle of the hip. ... 
  • Dorsogluteal muscles of the buttocks.
The best areas on your body to give yourself a SQ injection are:
  • Belly area.
  • Upper arms. At least 3 inches (7.5 centimeters) below your shoulder and 3 inches (7.5 centimeters) above your elbow, on the side or back.
  • Outer side of upper thighs.


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