More Comfort and Reliability for Patients
In the absence of curative procedures, arthritis patients are obliged to undergo multiple painful injections each year over their lifetime. Often these injections are not as effective because the doctor, using a manual syringe, doesn't locate the intra-articular space or inject the right volume medicament into that space.
Our computer-assisted technology reduces the risk of these human errors. In an independent animal study, The CompuFlo® Intra-Articular Instrument has proven successful in administering medicaments into the intra-articular space using its computer-controlled pressure sensing capabilities.
Benefits of CompuFlo Intra-Articular Instrument
The CompuFlo Intra-Articular Instrument enables medical professionals to administer accurate joint injections without the risk of radiation; and the benefits are significant.
For Medical Professionals
- Precise computerized injection and drug delivery accuracy
- Prevents needle deflection
- Portable, reliable, versatile for both hospital and office settings
- Lightweight and easy to use with two power sources, a standard AC plug, as well as a built-in lithium-ion battery pack
- Contains 1 USB 2.0 port located on the rear off the instrument for allowing transfer of patient files in a .csv format for permanent storage
- Designed to regulate the flow of fluid to reduce patient discomfort
How It Works
The CompuFlo Intra-Articular Instrument incorporates our patented DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology® Systems. It enables clinicians to deliver joint injections accurately and painlessly with visual and audio feedback guidance, leading to the precisely located target as the needle advances toward the joint.
The CompuFlo Intra-Articular Instrument allows Medical Professionals to successfully perform joint injection procedures with fewer attempts, while preventing needle deflection.
What are DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology Systems?
DPS Dynamic Pressure Sensing Technology Systems are our patented systems that have been used in over 65 million dental injections. It can precisely control the flow rate of fluid via real-time feedback based on exit pressure at the needle tip while also documenting injection events resulting in verification.