The first syringe-like device was used in 900 A.D. when Egyptian surgeon Ammar ibn Ali al-Mawsili devised a thin, hollow glass tube with suction to remove cataracts from patients’ eyes.
In 1650, Blaise Pascal invented the concept of a syringe (not necessarily hypodermic) as an application of what is now called Pascal’s Law.
Credit for the invention of the hypodermic syringe for medical purposes goes to Dr. Alexander Wood in 1853. Dr. Wood performed the first subcutaneous injections for the relief of pain with a regular syringe by adding a hollow needle.
Our revolutionary DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology® System meets the needs of various subcutaneous drug delivery injections and fluid aspiration – enabling healthcare practitioners to achieve multiple unique benefits that cannot currently be accomplished with the 160-year-old manual syringe.
Our DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology System makes one of the most common, and dreaded, medical procedures a comfortable experience for patients. Doctors and dentists are now able to avoid complications and waste that might result from manual injections.
The STA Single Tooth Anesthesia System® Instrument computer assisted anesthesia system is the market leader in dental injection technology.
CompuFlo Instruments provide visual and audio feedback to distinguish tissue types for the physician and give precise location guidance. Our epidural instrument can locate the epidural space on the first attempt 99% of the time.
We are establishing relationships with world-class global partners for the development, manufacturing and distribution of our products. Moving forward, we have opportunities to form additional strategic alliances.
Our unique ability to identify tissue type and control flow rate means our technology can work for a wide variety of medical instruments across growing disciplines.
Our leadership team has a combined wealth of expertise in the scientific foundation of our products and their successful delivery to market.