A REVIEW ON USE OF JET INJECTOR AND ITS ADVANTAGES
Nehal Navdeep*, Sharma Jyoti, Patil R. K. and Brar Ramanjeet
A personal needle â€“free system could be of great benefit to the hundreds of thousands of individuals who require daily injections of medications. For instance, those with insulin-dependent diabetes need multiple injections of insulin every day. Unfortunately, this means multiple painful needle sticks. This technique is also useful for obtaining gingival anesthesia before a rubber dam clamp is placed for isolation procedures that otherwise do not require local anesthetic. Similarly, soft-tissue anesthesia may be obtained before band adaptation of partially erupted molars or for the removal of a very loose (soft-tissueâ€“retained) primary tooth. For many developing countries, where inadvertent or intentional reuse of nonsterile needle-syringes is a serious problem, modeling indicated significant cost savings for the use of needle-free JIs compared with needle-syringes, especially when the indirect costs of iatrogenic disease resulting from the latter were included.
Keywords: Needle â€“free system, Disposable-syringe jet injectors, lipohypertrophy, Lipoatrophy.
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