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The Dual Vial Adapter can be used to aseptically transfer a specific dose of fluid from one vial to another. Draw up a specific volume of diluent and simply press a switch to transfer the diluent into the other medication vial. The desired volume of reconstituted medication can then be drawn back into the syringe based on the patient’s weight or required dose.
A vented vial with .2 micron filter pulls clean air into the vial helping it remain at atmospheric pressure. Connection options include standard female luer or female needle-free valve.
The SmartMix can be used for reconstituting a lyophilized or liquid drug and diluent. Utilizing pre-filled fluid vials, the SmartMix offers an innovative alternative to pre-filled syringes and other specialty containers that require costly studies and significant development time. With one simple push to actuate the device, the drug and diluent are systematically mixed. Standard syringes with a luer connection can then be used to withdraw a specific solution volume. The SmartMix maintains a sterile system and locks in down position to prevent re-use.
The Upright Eye Dropper Dispenser has the ability to assist patients with eye drop placement, improving the experience with drop instillation and increasing compliance. An upright bottle removes the necessity of a patient reclining the head to administer drops. The device measures proper dosage, with one pre-measured dose being released per “click” and reduces the chance of tip contamination when compared with a conventional eye dropper bottle.
A bottle container is placed upside down into the device and a mechanism pierces the bottle, pulling medication into a small chamber. A closed system with hydrophobic filtration prevents any bacteria from entering. Pulling the trigger releases pressure, squirting out a stream of medication into the eye.