A spring-free, passive safety device for 1mL pre-filled syringes, designed for simple assembly and use.
- Simple 2-step final assembly
- Secure plunger prevents removal, spillage and repeat use
- User confidence with an unobscured syringe barrel for full drug visibility
- Prevention of accidental activation
- Passive needle retraction and complete shielding
- Intuitive to use – same injection technique as pre-filled syringe
- A longer shelf life, lasting for 3 years
|Passive needle safety
|Passive retracting needle
|Primary container/ syringe type
|Standard glass cropped (cut) flange
|1.0mL long staked needle
|Needle type and gauge
|Needle insertion depth (subcutaneous)
|12.7mm (0.5inch) staked needle
|Needle shield type
|Rigid needle shield
|Feasible injection angle
|Up to 25cP 0.5″ 27G TW needle*
Up to 20cP 0.5″ 29G TW needle*
|Unobscured syringe barrel
|Disassembly/ Plunger removal force
|Weight – Sub assembly & safety shroud
|Colours standard (finger flanges)
|12 including white
|Coloured & extended finger flanges
*Dependant on temperature and injection time
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Maintains sterility in assembly – plunger is fixed 2mm away from the stopper. The device design helps to address the potential risk of container closure integrity (CCI).
Large, ergonomic plunger head and a smooth, finger flange, resulting in an integrated look and feel. Optional extended finger flanges for patients with strength and dexterity impairment.
SIMPLE 2-STEP FINAL ASSEMBLY
Final assembly process is simple and can be outside of the sterile filling area. The plunger rod does not screw into the stopper.
Syringe barrel is unobscured, allowing the user to check the contents of the syringe, and to confirm the full dose has been delivered. UniSafe cannot be reused or prematurely activated.
Passive needle retraction means that the device is safe as soon as the plunger is fully depressed.
No risk of pre-activation in transit, manufacturing and removal from packaging.
Designed to work with standard, pre-filled syringes which means no change to existing primary container and minimises training costs.
Plunger rod cannot be pulled out when removing the RNS or the device from packaging, eliminating risk of accidental drug spillage and compromised sterility.