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Comfort-in™

 

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Comfort-in™ is a CE medical device, created for subcutaneous drug administrations. The technology Comfort is patented and allows it to get rid of the needle.

Applications:

The absence of gas, simplicity, and safety, make this product ideal for any kind of subcutaneous infusion and also for self-administration.

Advantages:

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), ‘more than 3 million people over 35 million in the healthcare setting are at risk of contamination from pathogens in the bloodstream.’ The risk of contamination is not restricted to healthcare assistants only, but to several working categories with reference to Hepatitis B Virus (approximately 30% of risk) C Hepatitis (approximately 10% of risk), HIV (approximately 0.3% of risk). Considering only the healthcare sector, in Italy more than 100.00 cases are registered for needlestick injuries due to the use of sharp.

  • You will not fear the needle anymore
  • Fast as a click
  • Injection virtually painless
  • More effective, thanks to the “sputtering” dispersal method
  • Safe! Eliminate the risk of needlestick incidents.

 

Benefits:

  • Innovative: The infusion is completed and virtually pain-free just in a third of a second.
  • Safe: Comfort-in™ prevents needle stick injuries and the consequent contamination by pathogens. The Comfort-in™ device complies with Directive 2010/32/EU implemented in Italy with the Legislative Decree n. 19 on the 19/02/2014.
  • Easy: Comfort-in™ is a spring-loaded device without batteries or gas. Easy to set up and carry, it results particularly suitable for self-administration.
  • Low-priced: In many cases, Comfort-in™ reduces the time necessary to treat patients, especially in Dentistry and Dermatology field. Furthermore, it is a remarkable saving on sharps waste-disposal.
  • Attractive: Nobody likes needles! Comfort-in™ represents the ideal solution for all needle phobic patients’ treatment, but also for treatments that require daily drug administrations.

 

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