Insulin Without Needles
Insulin Without Needles
Needle-phobia and the discomfort of ongoing needle injections is a real barrier for many people who require ongoing medical care. We are here for those people, whatever their needs may be. If you are squeamish and hate needles, Comfort-in is here to assist for Insulin without needles. An easy to use, virtually pain-free, needle-free jet injector system. Take the fear, pain, and danger out of injecting medications, supplements, vitamins, vaccines and more.
Our team is composed of leading medical experts and scientists that have a vision to assist patient comfort. With plentiful experience and knowledge in the industry, we urge you to try Comfort-in and experience no-pain when injecting subcut medication. Insulin without needles is now a reality with our leading expertise and tireless effort to develop a revolutionary product.
What is the Needle-Free Injection Device? Does a Needle-Free Injector Exist?
Baptised as “Comfort-in”, which is a spring operated needle-free injection system. This system is a type of medical injecting syringe that uses high-pressure – it uses the narrow jet of the injected liquid instead of a hypodermic needle to penetrate the epidermis (skin). It delivers from 0.01ml up to 0.5ml of any liquid medication (1-50 units), it can also be referred to as a jet injector. It is ideal for personal use to self-administer insulin, hormones, vitamin B-12 and other liquid injectable grade medication. Insulin injection without needle is here and will revolutionise the way diabetics can acquire their much needed medication!
The Comfort-in is a needle free injection device that is revolutionising patient comfort by eliminating the need to use painful needles in many situations. When you hear the phrase “insulin injection for diabetes” quit thinking it needs to be a painful subcut needle injection. With our revolutionary technology and determination for scientific breakthroughs, we bring you Comfort in! The pioneering solution for a needle free injection. For more information and insight on our product – feel free to contact us directly. Alternatively, browse our contemporary website to gain a greater insight on how our product works through a plethora of video tutorials.
Insulin Conversions: U-40 and U-100
A vial of insulin is a combination of insulin hormone and a sterile liquid, called the diluent. The concentration of the insulin to the diluent determines its strength.
Though U-100 insulin is the most common, insulin may be ordered in a variety of strengths, such as U-40. The “U” value of insulin indicates its strength – the number reflects the number of active insulin units in each mL of liquid. You could think of 100 “units” as 100 tiny pieces of insulin floating in each mL of diluent.
U-100 will have 100 units per mL, and U-40 has 40 units per mL. This means that U-100 has 2.5 times the amount of active insulin per mL, therefore 2.5 times as strong.
Appropriate syringes are made for use with the respective insulin, marked with the correct measure for dosage. We strongly recommend that you use matching insulin and syringes.
However, it is possible to use the below conversion chart to convert from U-40 to U-100 or U-100 to U-40 effortlessly. Simply find the amount that you need to use and find the appropriate conversion in the adjacent column.
Before deciding to use non-matching equipment, make sure you understand the concepts of dilution and units per volume – it is very important for understanding the actual amount of insulin your cat receives. When talking to your vet, make sure you’re telling him the actual amount insulin you’re giving. As an example, let us say you use U-40 insulin in a U-100 syringe and administer shots at the 10 unit mark. Don’t get confused and tell your vet you’re dosing at 10 units – because of the dilution, you’re really only giving 4 units of insulin.