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Complete analysis of insulin needle free injection

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Complete analysis of insulin needle free injection

2024-07-09

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The principle of insulin needle free injection: Using the instantaneous high pressure generated by different power sources, the insulin solution is rapidly ejected and instantly passes through the skin epidermis, dispersed in the subcutaneous tissue.

 

Insulin needle free injection can reduce injection pain, improve patient insulin injection compliance, reduce insulin dosage, and reduce the incidence of adverse reactions at the injection site.

 

At present, most of the diabetes patients who are treated with insulin use the traditional needle injection method. However, due to the lack of awareness of rotation of injection sites, repeated use of needles, and unsatisfactory disinfection and sanitation conditions, the phenomenon of subcutaneous fat hyperplasia, ulceration, and needle breakage at the injection site will occur, and the insulin absorption effect will be reduced. At the same time, for patients with diabetes who have fear of needles, the compliance of insulin injection treatment is not high, which is not conducive to the control of blood sugar.

 

The needle free syringe breaks away from the traditional insulin injection needle, and is closer to the human physiological insulin secretion mode through the diffusion mechanism. It has the characteristics of low pain, high patient acceptance, high insulin absorption rate, low incidence of adverse reactions at the injection site, and is conducive to the blood glucose management of diabetes patients.

 

Introduction to insulin needle free injection device

 

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A needle less syringe uses the instantaneous high pressure generated by a power source to form a high-speed water flow of insulin drugs, which instantly passes through the surface of the skin through a 0.14mm aperture and reaches the subcutaneous fat layer to release drugs, causing the drugs to be dispersed in the subcutaneous tissue.

 

Needle free insulin injection is applicable to patients who need insulin treatment: type 1 diabetes patients, type 2 diabetes patients whose disease has progressed to need insulin treatment, pregnant diabetes patients, islet transplant patients, etc.

 

The injection sites for insulin without needle: the abdomen (about 1 cm above the pubic symphysis, about 1 cm below the lowest rib margin, and bilateral abdomens 4 cm away from the navel), the outer side of the upper arm, the outer side of the thigh, and the outer upper side of the buttocks.