Portable Automatic Intravenous Injection Device (Wearable USA 2019)

Mr Miles Cole, CEO
Invictis Technologies
United States
 

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USA 2019 _ Invictis Technologies _ Presentation*
USA 2019 _ Invictis Technologies _ Presentation*

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プレゼンテーション概要

Needle stick injuries cost the United States healthcare sector over three billion dollars a year and 25% of venipuncture procedures are unsuccessful on the first attempt. Current technologies are large, stationary, and can not be used on oneself. Our device utilizes state of the art vertical injection technology (VIT) that allows it to be small, portable, accurate and eliminate the need for an additional nurse or healthcare professional to assist with the injection. Our device will drastically increase the efficiency of medical care in hospital, military, emergency response, and disaster relief settings. Similar to how the EpiPen changed the landscape of epinephrine delivery, our device will be adopted as the new standard method for safely and easily administering intravenous injections.

講演者の経歴 (Miles Cole)

At birth, Miles was diagnosed with severe Hemophilia A, a rare bleeding disorder requiring him to inject himself intravenously every day to receive his medication. Growing up with this disease, he personally knows how inefficient and outdated intravenous injection technology is. The difficulty associated with the daily intravenous injections required to receive his medication is what inspired Miles to create Invictis Technologies in an attempt to remove the human error from intravenous injections forever.

会社紹介 (Invictis Technologies)

We build automatic intravenous injection devices. Needlestick injuries cost the United States healthcare sector over three billion dollars a year and 25% of venipuncture procedures are unsuccessful on the first attempt. Current technologies are large, stationary, and can not be used on oneself. Our device utilizes state of the art vertical injection technology (VIT) that allows our devices to be small, portable, accurate and eliminate the need for an additional nurse or healthcare professional to assist with the injection. Our device will drastically increase the efficiency of medical care in hospital, military, emergency response, and disaster relief settings.
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