The Comfort-in injection system has many advantages such as:
- Needle-free injection
- Virtually painless
- Reduces tissue damage and scar tissue
- Reduces psychological inhibitions and fears
- Minimises injection-induced stress
- Elimination of injury to patient and physician caused by needle
- Safe and easy use
- Most economical on the market, being good for up to 10,000 injections
When correctly applied, the injection with Comfort-in is virtually painless. The sensation can be described as a short slight pressure on the skin surface. As fluid is pressed under the skin the patient will sense the injection more or less, depending on the volume and the individual sensitivity.
It is possible to complete a toe-block using the Comfort-In for nail surgery. Ankle blocks are possible, though it is recommended to supplement with a needle for more depth. It is also very useful when performing prolotherapy where several injection sites are used.
Many Podiatrists using the Comfort-In have reported that their patients have been very appreciative of having the injector used on them prior to any needle usage. The cost effectiveness of this device is easy to appreciate, and so will your patients.
Injections in sensitive areas are no fun for anyone, especially in ones such as the feet, so needle free injection are a must for practitioners of podiatry. With the needle free injection system, the fear and trauma associated with needle injections can be put to rest. Podiatrists are using this needle free delivery solution to inject antibiotics, anaesthesia and other medicines.
Podiatrists want to make the procedure as comfortable and pain free for their patients, especially those who need treatment for painful conditions of the foot and ankle. The needle free injections have been used frequently when treating conditions like ingrown toenails and plantar warts.
With the Comfort-in™ needle-free injection system, the fear and trauma associated with needle stick injuries can be put to rest. Podiatrists are using this needle-free injection system to inject antibiotics, anaesthesia and other medicines.