Noble Announces Launch of AdhereIT Platform for Real-Time, Error-Correcting Self-Injection

Earlier this year, Medgadget spoke with Noble International about the company’s self-injection trainers designed to mimic the patient experience with prefilled syringes and autoinjectors. During the interview, we heard about AdhereIT, “a smart attachable device component, available for various autoinjector form factors, that connects to the device and has the capability to track, monitor [...]

Noble Launches AdhereIT Connected Device to Provide Real-Time Error Correction, Feedback for Self-Injection Training and Administration

Noble Launches AdhereIT Connected Device to Provide Real-Time Error Correction, Feedback for Self-Injection Training and Administration Smart Platform Designed to Track, Monitor and Guide Patients to Improved Adherence ORLANDO – June 12, 2018 – Noble®, the leading developer of patient-centric advanced drug delivery system trainers − including autoinjector, prefilled syringe, wearable and respiratory devices [...]

Autoinjector Trainer Innovations to Enhance the Patient Experience

In an increasingly crowded marketplace, the availability of realistic trainers can serve as a key differentiator that can set a pharmaceutical company ahead of its competitors. Noble has designed an agitator needle simulation tip to replicate the forces and feel of the needles that are used in manual insertion. Joe Reynolds, Research Manager, looks [...]

Fear of Self-Injection? 3 Things to Know

Many of us accept that injections are a basic part of medical treatment. But for some, those sharp needles are more than just a source of medicine—they are a source of fear as well. When this condition—also known as “needle anxiety” or “injection anxiety”—occurs among patients who must utilize self-injecting drug delivery during a [...]

Solving a Sticking Point With Prescribing Self-Injections

Healthcare providers are able to treat complex and chronic diseases better than ever before thanks to continued innovations in treatment options—but unfortunately for some patients who are uncomfortable with needles, some advanced treatments are required to be injected at home. This poses an additional challenge for healthcare providers to not only help quell patient [...]

Developing Effective Training Devices for the Pulmonary Healthcare Market

Pulmonary drug delivery is an effective route of pharmaceutical administration but research has shown that a large majority of patients fail to use their devices properly. To address this problem, training devices can help patients learn how to administer the drugs correctly. Joe Reynolds, research manager at Noble looks at the design challenges that [...]

Developing Demonstrators to Increase Patient Confidence & Reduce Anxiety

Using Noble’s recent partnership with BD to develop trainers for BD’s UltraSafe™ needle safety technology as an example, Joe Reynolds, Research Manager, Noble, discusses the importance of training devices for the successful onboarding of patients beginning to use self-injected therapeutics, and how Noble’s training devices are designed to be faithful to the look and [...]

Noble Announces Global Collaboration with BD to Provide Advanced Patient Onboarding Solutions for Line of Safety and Shielding Systems

New collaboration exemplifies combined commitment to improve patient safety and confidence Noble®, a leader in biopharmaceutical onboarding and device training, today announces a global collaboration with BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), a leading global medical technology company, for developing patient onboarding solutions including demonstration devices. Through this collaboration, Noble will leverage its onboarding training [...]

Simulating Self-Injection Through Training Improves Patient Onboarding

Although there are many positive changes impacting self-injecting patients, there are also some challenges patients and other stakeholders face, including training decay from lengthy gaps between self-administration, forgetfulness of dosing regime, and fear of the actual injection sensation due to conditioning degradation, explains Joe Reynolds, Research Manager, Design & Engineering, Noble. “These factors could [...]