Our Patented CompuFlo® System with Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology®
At Milestone Scientific, our patented CompuFlo system and DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology are revolutionary technologies that are relevant for the entire category of 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.
Turning the Art of Manual Injections into a Science
The technical advantages of the CompuFlo system with DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology are numerous and dramatic. They include precise controlling and monitoring of all critical variables during drug delivery.
Our technology empowers the clinician to receive real-time continuous feedback as to the local tissue conditions during the injection process. This real-time feedback enables the accurate differentiation and identification of specific tissue types and anatomical locations, making subcutaneous drug delivery safer, easier and more effective, thereby fundamentally transforming an art into a science.
We currently hold more than 20 patents surrounding our injection and drug delivery system. We’ve identified development opportunities for many high impact applications of our patented technology.
We have received CE Mark approval on our epidural and intra-articular instruments in September 2014. CE approval is an important achievement that further validates our technology for commercial sale.
Explore Our Next-Generation Medical and Dentist Instruments
Our DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology makes one of the most common, and dreaded, medical procedures a comfortable experience for patients. In addition, doctors and dentists are now able to avoid complications and waste that might result from manual injections.
The Wand Computer Assisted Anesthesia System is the market leader in injection technology. Dentists can differentiate their practices through its use, because of the system’s potential to greatly improve patient satisfaction.
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. CompuFlo can also successfully administer medicaments into intra-articular spaces with less risk of complications, compared to the manual syringe.
The benefits of the CompuFlo system and DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology can be realized for all types of subcutaneous injections performed for a vast variety of medications used in the practice of medicine today – and in the future.
- A virtually painless experience for all injections
- Eliminates disruptive injection behavior
- Site specific targeting
- Controlled needle exit-pressure
- Precise flow rate and drug volumes
- Patient treatment documentation
- Superior ergonomics
- Elimination of needle deflection
- Advanced tactile needle control
- Precision fluid metering
Applications in Research and Development
DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology empowers healthcare providers to accurately identify tissues of the body, allowing for the injection of medication at an intended, exact location. Moreover, the CompuFlo system is capable of documenting injection events to provide verification and an important record for future reference by both the patient and healthcare provider.
Our Strategic Alliances
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.
Interested in Becoming a Distributor?
We bring our products to market exclusively through distributors. This gives you a unique chance to introduce our revolutionary technology—with its accompanying comfort and cost benefits—to doctors, hospitals and ultimately patients.
Get in Touch with Us
At Milestone Scientific, we are designing, patenting, incubating and commercializing a growing portfolio of innovative injection technologies. If you have an interest in our journey, we’d love to hear from you.