Revolution in Hypodermic Injection, Parenteral Drugs and the Cost of Injection
How can we advance the hypodermic syringe solving or at least dramatically improving its inherited problems without affecting the main purpose of the device – injecting and extracting liquid and gas substances to and from places difficult to reach? The answer is quite simple – it has to be a syringe that has no plunger and, therefore, no opening in the barrel for the plunger to operate. That would construct an enclosed and completely sealed system capable of preserving sterility, vacuum or any original conditions, working in both directions (injection and extraction), providing for the shelf-life of the chemical inside to match its molecular stability, and simplifying shipping, storage, logistics and packaging, reducing, at the same time, the human error. No more short-shelf-life chemicals, squeezing out air, and the poisonous vapors in the environment. That’s a tall order is not it. That would open doors for unlimited new opportunities in medical research and development while the other industries would start knocking on our doors. The level of healthcare would improve greatly and rapidly while the cost of it would go down due to this revolution in hypodermic injection.Now, it looks as the answer was found by Mr. Boris Zubry (New Wave Medical, L.L.C.) in his US Patent # 7,255,684 (Magnetic Plungerless Injection System). This patent covers proprietary single-dosage cartridges and a magnetic actuator. The principal benefits of this system are: 1) lower cost for manufacturers, providers and end-users, 2) improved packaging, storage, shipping and logistics, 3) extended shelf life of pharmaceutical products and 4) enhanced safety and regulatory compliance. All this combined answers many, if not all, questions raised above. Keywords: Pre-filled syringe; medication; injection; plungerless; shelf life; expiration date; hypodermic; vacuum; patent; invention; New Wave Medical; Boris Zubry; Parenteral drugs; extraction; packaging; healthcare; magnetic field.
Pre-filled syringe; medication; injection; plungerless; shelf life; expiration date; hypodermic; vacuum; patent; invention; New Wave Medical; Boris Zubry; Parenteral drugs; extraction; packaging; healthcare; magnetic field
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