3 DOSE SYRINGE INJECTOR ORANGE
3 DOSE SYRINGE INJECTOR ORANGE– 125 (Orange) 1ml Dose Injector
10-pack box with 10 x 3Dose dose Injectors with instruction included (Needles NOT included)
The most accurate syringe
Due to both an audible as well as a tactile feedback system the 3Dose™ Unit Dose Injector results in approximately 20% more accurate outcome than general syringes. This results in a significant cost saving by using less BoNT per treatment. Moreover, the user convenience and patient satisfaction greatly improve due to the audible and tactile feedback confirming the proper dosing.
One click One dose
The 3 DOSE SYRINGE INJECTOR ORANGE is available in a Orange and orange version. Each offers different user prefered dose unit settings related to the various NaCL solutions used to dilute the BoNT.
The Orange syringe features the dose-unit setting options 0.0125ml, 0.025ml and 0.05ml for the dilution amounts 0.63ml and 1.25ml.
The orange syringe features the dose-unit setting options 0.01ml, 0.02ml and 0.04ml for the dilution amounts 1.0ml and 2.0ml.
Focus on patient
The audible and tactile feedback ensure that doctors can really focus on the treatment and not on the amount of dosing. There’s no need for visual control of the plunger position on the syringe, thus enabling 100% focus on the patient. The display will conveniently show the remaining dose units countdown.
Minimum product loss
When using a regular syringe product loss can easily add up to 0.08ml of toxin. However, with the 3 DOSE SYRINGE INJECTOR ORANGE in combination with a low-dead space needle hub, product loss is minimized. This means significant cost savings. Moreover, leakage or pop-off is prevented by a perfect press fit between the secure Luer- Lock connection and the needle hub.
As botulinum toxin injections progressively increase as a major injectable procedure in cosmetic medicine, it has become apparent that accurate dosing and precise injection placement are critical aspects for an improved clinical outcome. BoNT injections currently have a 10-20% inaccuracy rate, and there continues to be inadequate control and traceability on how many units are actually being injected. Inaccurate doses and placement may potentially result in a debilitating and unsightly (even unbalanced) appearance, thus a dissatisfied patient.