What are the precautions for insulin needle-free syringes?
Posted by Admin | 22 Aug
Consumers are requested to purchase needle-free injection systems through formal channels, and beware of potential harm to your health caused by counterfeit products:
First. The inner spring of the needle-free syringe is precision machined to ensure that the drug injection site is completely subcutaneous. The purchased counterfeit and shoddy products cannot guarantee that the drug is completely injected into the subcutaneous tissue. Taking insulin injection as an example, if the drug liquid is injected into the muscle layer, the absorption rate of insulin is accelerated, the blood sugar drops rapidly, and the human body is prone to dizziness, headache, tremor, and rapid heartbeat. Other symptoms of hypoglycemia, in the absence of timely treatment, some patients with hypoglycemia will experience coma or even death.
Second. The ampoules of the needle-free injection system are disposable medical consumables, which are made of Makrolon, a German Bayer medical-grade polymer plastic, and have passed various biocompatibility tests. The purchased counterfeit and shoddy products may cause the following situations during the injection process: 1. Pain is obvious. 2. Edema and hematoma at the injection site. 3. The dust is injected into the body under high pressure. 4. A chemical reaction occurs between the liquid and the ampoule. 5. Adverse reactions occur during the contact of ampoules with human skin.