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Disposable Single Dose Safety Syringe
Category: Medical

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Unique features & benefits:

The Aids crisis brought to light the reality of contaminated needles accidentally being re-used in hospitals. Intended to save lives, instead, the contaminated needles injected deadly or life-long diseases in many unsuspecting patients, including innocent babies and children.

The Disposable Single Dose Safety Syringe solves this problem. It is a disposable, 1-time use, self-contained syringe with a spring-loaded needle and one dose of medication, which is designed to be impossible to re-use.

The Syringe is small like a woman's compact (2 inch by approx. 1 inch), made out of a special sturdy cardboard material, with a plastic pouch for the medication. It has a thumb-operated slider that advances the needle to deliver the fluid.

Once used, the patented mechanism inside the Syringe retracts the needle and prevents the needle's reuse by locking the needle inside, and puncturing a hole in the pouch containing the medication.

The medication is sealed and sterile inside the Syringe until the moment of use. The needle extends only at the time of use, making it safe to carry in a pocket or purse before and after use. It is designed to be operated by one hand only, with Braille-like finger touch markings. It retracks the needle automatically after use for safe disposal.

Other benefits include straight surfaces to permit printing of information and instructions, as well as manufacture in any color (including transparent) for identification and safety.

The Syringe is inexpensive to manufacture, is self-contained and compact and takes minimum space to store.

Target market:

The Disposable Single Dose Safety Syringe is a utilitarian product that has worldwide healthcare and emergency applications including:
1. Hospitals
2. Medical clinics
3. Convalescent homes
4. Paramedics
5. Red Cross for natural disasters and war torn areas
6. Third world countries
7. Diabetics and other home-users that need a self-injection device.
The Syringe was nominated for the First Place Award in the Medical Category at the '98 Invention Convention®.

Inventor is seeking:


Note: Product is patented.

Contact information
Contact: George Margolin Title: Inventor, Patentee
Organization: Margolin Development Inc.
Address: P.O. Box 2846, Newport Beach, CA 92659
Phone: 949 645-5950 / Fax: 949 645-5974
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