Insul-eze, an assistive medical device that helps with the loading of syringes gives medical independence to the aging population who have difficulty with their self-injections.
(PRWEB) June 17, 2016
Capitola, California – June 14, 2016 – As the large baby boomer population increases in age they begin to experience a myriad of medical problems including diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, and impotence. Many of these disorders require self-injections that are difficult to do because of poor vision and/or limited dexterity. AmbiMedInc, Designer and Manufacturer of World Class Medical Devices developed the Insul-eze syringe magnifier to aid in the loading of the syringe, increasing the medical independence of our aging population.
The Insul-eze is a sturdy one-piece syringe magnifier that holds the syringe and medication bottle in place while magnifying the calibrations over two times for easy reading.
Recent modifications allow most medication bottles to securely snap into place while a channel on the underside accommodate most 1 ml or smaller syringes, effortlessly aligning the needle into the bottle top. A sturdy base prevents rolling, creates stability and allows the magnifier, syringe and bottle to be secure for easy loading, viewing and ease of use. The product can also be affixed to a counter or refrigerator with Velcro or magnet to allow one-handed loading of the syringe.
The Insul-eze receives astounding praise from the Educator community and many “thank you” emails from those who use the Insul-eze. This email from Dorothy C. says it all, “this little gadget is the best thing that could have been made to help people fill their syringes with insulin and get an accurate reading with the magnifying part to get the right doses…. he would not have been able to do the filling of his syringes by himself.”
AmbiMedInc is a U.S. manufacturer of world class medical device products for distribution in more than 40 countries and is known for its quality standards and innovative medical products. As a leading product manufacturer of reusable and disposable devices for collecting capillary blood samples as well as injection aids, AmbiMedInc strives to bring new and helpful products to the aging community.
To get more information about the Insul-eze, please contact AmbiMedInc at info(at)ambimedinc(dot)com or 831-475-1765 or visit http://www.ambimedinc.com.
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