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New Training System Receives Patent Approval

New Training System Receives Patent Approval

TruInject Medical Corporation has received U.S. Patent approval for its TruInject simulation training system, which includes a human head model and “smart” syringe to train physicians on proper injection. The system allows the trainee to receive real-time feedback about the injection–including how fast and how much he is injecting–and includes computer visuals that allow the trainee to “peel back” the model head layers to better understand the injection procedure in relation to the needle, skin, muscle, nerves and bone layers affected by the procedure.

Vibration Anesthesia Device

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Vibration Anesthesia Device

The Vibration Anesthesia Device from Blaine Labs uses the Gate Theory of pain to make injections more tolerable for patients without the use of topical or oral anesthetics and pain relievers. The vibrating device is held firmly against skin during injection and includes a bright LED light to illuminate the injection area. Contact: 800.307.8818, www.blainelabs.com.

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