Prefilled Syringe Trainers
Prefilled Syringe trainers simulate attributes of real prefilled syringes and are available as off-the-shelf or customized platforms including, proprietary technologies.
Key Features & Enhancements Pre-configured for Speed-to-Market
These training devices are custom developed to simulate OEM standard prefilled syringes and prefilled syringes
with safety systems and can also include proprietary needle simulation technology options to help decrease
needle anxiety and increase user confidence.
1. Plunger Speed Simulation*
Replicate viscosity and plunger speed
Designed to simulate various molecule viscosities to help patients become familiar with break out and glide forces.
2. Resettable Safety Mechanisms*
Designed for repeated use
Proprietary components designed to simulate the device safety and shielding systems with the capability for users to reset the mechanisms for multiple training sessions.
3. Device Replication*
True to form and function
Designed to simulate all aspects of the patient experience including: Design form, color adjustments, window size, tactile feedback, cap removal force, actuation force and more.
4. Needle Shield Options
Matching your device down to the smallest detail
OEM industry standard components available in rigid and soft needle shield formats.
5. Needle Tip Simulation Options*
Realistic injection simulation Proprietary needle simulation, including Ball Tip, Encased and Agitator options, designed to simulate the “Feel” and “Forces” involved with an injection.
*Multiple Patents Pending
Syringe Angle Aid Training Tool
Designed as a safe and effective way for patients to learn proper self-injection technique. The Angle Tool helps patients achieve the correct angle for subcutaneous injection using a precisely measured channel as a guide. Knowing proper angle and needle depth helps to reduce needle stick injuries and medication complications due to incorrect technique.
The Syringe Angle Training Tool can be built to brand specifications including:
- Shape and design
- Color scheme
- 45 or 90 degree angularity
Better Training Starts with Understanding Needle Insertion Forces
1. Deformation: Induced when the needle tip is in contact with the injection site.
2. Puncture: Force related to the needle tip puncturing and entering the skin.
3. Insertion: Force continues to increase in relation to the insertion depth and injection site characteristics.