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Accidental needle stick injuries and cross infections are serious concerns in modern day clinical practice. They pose a significant risk to healthcare professionals and their patients. Due to their limited awareness and recognition, accidental needle stick injuries and cross infections are known as silent killers.

Securinject is a single use safety syringe designed to administer local anaesthesia. It is an award winning patent protected innovation which prevents accidental needle stick injuries and cross infections in line with OSHA, Health and Safety (Sharp Instruments in Healthcare) Regulations 2013 and European Council Directive 2010/32/EU (the Sharps Directive).

Securinject is primarily intended for use by dentists. It can also be used by other healthcare professionals such as general surgeons, dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, podiatrists, orthopedic surgeons etc. where clinically indicated.

Have you experienced an accidental needle stick injury?

Healthcare professionals are at high risk of accidental needle stick injuries due to recapping, passing of syringes and improper disposal of waste which can transmit blood borne diseases such as Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, HIV as well as blastomycosis, cryptococcosis, diphtheria, herpes, malaria, mycobacteriosis, syphilis etc. Needle stick injuries may also lead to psychiatric morbidity including post-traumatic stress disorder.

Why is cross infection a problem ?

Cross infection is significant challenge for all clinical settings. Regular syringes can be a source of contamination, as they cannot always be safely, consistently and reliably used.

What are the key features of Securinject ?

Securinject syringes are recognized for their easy to use locking mechanism to protect healthcare professionals from accidental needle stick injuries; ability to safely dismantle used needles for disposal; aesthetically appealing, cost effective and single use design to prevent cross contamination. They are made using the finest materials and most advanced technologies to meet the needs of contemporary clinical practice.

Think Safety. Think Securinject.