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a medical instrument used to inject or withdraw fluids

spray or irrigate (a body part) with a syringe

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By employing truly self-sheathing technology, the Protectus Dental Syringe could significantly reduce or obviate needlestick injuries that affect dentists and other dental healthcare providers, while also using design elements that keep costs competitive and make injections during dental visits as safe as possible.
Developed by Protectus Medical Devices, the Protectus Dental Syringe also has the potential to revolutionize the dental segment of the healthcare system as the only safety dental syringe in the world that self-sheaths and meets every requirement of the OSHA mandate passed by the U.
doing business as Protectus Medical Devices ("Protectus Medical Devices"), today announces completion of the US patent filing for the Protectus Safety Dental Syringe, broadening the company's market opportunities to include the multi-billion dollar dental syringe market.
During the year we removed the Safety Dental Syringe from the market due to lack of sales and we were unable to identify a development partner for the Dual Chamber Mixing Device.
Contributing to the net loss for the six months ended June 30, 2005 was the $658,000 write-off of equipment and inventory related to Med-Design's discontinuation of production of the 1Shot(TM) Safety Dental Syringe and the charges to cost of sales for a reserve and write-off of inventory related to the Safe-Step(R) Safety Huber Needle of $64,782.
Product costs for the first quarter, which consisted of direct and indirect costs related to Med-Design's contract manufactured products, primarily the Safe-Step(R) Safety Huber Needle, were $719,258 and included the amortization of the investment in acquired license products of approximately $125,000, a write-down of inventory for the 1Shot(TM) Safety Dental Syringe of $193,000 and inventory obsolescence charges of $30,000 resulting from a design change relating to the Safe-Step(R) Safety Huber Needle.
Revenue for the nine months ended September 30, 2004 reflected $598,151 in sales of the Safe-Step(R) Low Profile Safety Huber Needle, $18,944 in sales of the 1Shot(TM) Safety Dental Syringe and $331,220 in royalties from Med-Design's licensed technology.
James Donegan, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Med-Design, commented, "In 2003 we realized our goal of launching our first gross margin product, the 1Shot Safety Dental Syringe, through strategic partnerships with Owens-Illinois and Sultan Chemists of Englewood, N.
10) dental syringes, needles or syringes with needles (20 Unit)
Avoiding injuries: recap dental syringes using One handed technique or Scoop technique.
The dental syringes go through four autoclave sterilization cycles per day over a period of up to four years; temperatures typically reach 280[degrees]F (138[degrees]C).
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Syringes (Reusable and Disposable) in US$ Million by the following product segments: Anesthesia Syringes, Angiographic Syringes, Blood Gas Syringes, Catheter Syringes, Dental Syringes, Ear Syringes, Hypodermic Syringes, Insulin Syringes, Intraligamentary Syringes, and Irrigating Syringes.
Seeking a thermoplastic material to replace the stainless steel in selected components of its "Minilight" brand of specialized dental syringes, Italian manufacturer Luzzani Dental Srl selected Victrex PEEK polymer (polyaryletherketone).
The specific product segments analyzed are Anesthesia Syringes, Angiographic Syringes, Blood Gas Syringes, Catheter Syringes, Dental Syringes, Ear Syringes, Hypodermic Syringes, Insulin Syringes, Intraligamentary Syringes, and Irrigating Syringes.
The specific product segments analyzed are Anesthesia Syringes, Angiographic Syringes, Aspirating Syringes, Blood Gas Syringes, Catheter Syringes, Dental Syringes, Ear Syringes, Hypodermic Syringes, Insulin Syringes, Intraligamentary Syringes, and Irrigating Syringes.