• Deliver vaccines or medication with equal or improved efficacy compared to traditional needle-based syringes..
  • Reduce anxiety in children and other patients with a fear of needles, thus ensuring greater patient acceptance and compliance.
  • Reduce the pain and discomfort associated with needle-based injections.
  • Provide unparalleled protection to healthcare workers against needle-stick injuries, especially in high-risk situations, such as delivering injections to patients infected with HIV or Hepatitis.
  • Reduce the risk of penetrating a patient’s vein or delivering medication to an unintended site.
  • Eliminate needle re-use, which can lead to the spread of blood-borne HIV or Hepatitis.
  • Prevent use of the device for injecting illicit drugs – unlike needle-based syringes, Bioject devices are not designed for intravascular injections.
  • Reduce waste management expenses associated with “sharps” disposal.