Comfort-in™ has been proven in this test of Diabetes Control and Complications Trial to more effectively reduce hyperglycemic peaks after meals than an insulin pen without increase or sudden decrease in hyperglycemic episodes.
With these reusable insulin jet injectors, the insulin is pushed through a micro-orifice with precisely measured pressure between the superficial skin cells into the tissue below, in a fraction of a second. And this method is virtually painless, tissue-preserving and without the risk of injury. Infections resulting from needle stick injuries are likewise ruled out.
The use of needle-free injections constitutes an important method of delivery for medicine and other injections. Many diabetics have been successfully treated with needle-free insulin jet injectors, which are effective in enhancing compliance with therapy, particularly when multiple doses of insulin are required.
Nobody likes needles. Whether you are a tough guy or a little kid. Needle free insulin injections are a safe and pain-free solution for people with diabetes and are simple for both adults and children to use. With the Comfort-in™, the needle-free insulin is pushed through a micro-orifice into the superficial skin cells to the tissue below. This is achieved by using a precise measurement of pressure at a fraction of a second without the pain and fear associated with needles.
Discomfort or even anxiety related to regular insulin injections by needles belong to the past now. Irrespective of whether you are changing from an oral dose of medication to insulin therapy or have had to inject insulin several times a day for a long time, with the Comfort-in™ you can inject insulin in a tissue preserving way and avoid possible scar formation from daily needle injections.
What are Insulin Pens?
Insulin pens look similar to a fountain pen, and may come pre-filled or with refillable insulin cartridges. The required dose of insulin is automatically measured and delivered by a needle attached to the pen.
Many different types of insulin pens are available, but most work in the same way.
Using an Insulin Pen
If you have a reusable insulin pen, insert an insulin cartridge and dial the right dose. Your doctor, pharmacist, or diabetes educator can show you how. Give yourself the injection, and then dispose of the needle in a sharps bin.
If you are using a disposable insulin pen, dial the right dose, give yourself the injection and then dispose of the pen in a sharps bin.