A jet injector is a medical device used for vaccination that uses a high-pressure, narrow stream of fluid to penetrate the skin instead of a needle. Jet injectors may be powered by compressed gas or springs. The devices were invented in the 1960s and were used successfully in mass vaccination efforts to prevent smallpox and… Continue reading What is a jet injector and how is it used for vaccination?
In June 2016, we received an email from a doctor in California living with Type-1 Diabetes. Gary wanted to know everything about our needle-free device, the Comfort-in™ needle-free injector. Gary was previously using the Medi-Jector until the manufacturer shut down supply. After buying a kit, we quickly learned Gary was extremely happy with his purchase, we asked Gary… Continue reading I’m a Physician and also an Insulin-Dependent Diabetic.