OREANDA-NEWS  The instrument weighs only 300 grams, while its predecessors - from 1.8 to three kilograms. The new device doctors can carry in bag to quickly provide first aid to the person during the trip.

Innovative medical device developed in the special economic zone (SEZ) "Technopolis "Moscow". This is a miniature automatic syringe dispenser for drug administration. Doctors can use it in ambulances in places of a mass congestion of people and in emergencies when you need urgent help before going to the hospital. The innovative device is patented and received state registration. It has already started to produce.

Automatic syringe dispenser (or syringe pump) provides dosed administration of the drug after a specified period of time. To start it up, you just need to select the desired mode and set the rate of infusion of the drug. Usually dispensers are used for intravenous anesthesia or cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

The new device is about six times lighter than analogues. It weighs only 300 grams, while other syringe dispensers-about two to three kilograms (the lightest used to be a device weighing about 1.8 kilograms). The device is twice as compact as other models: its length is almost 17 centimeters, height-about nine centimeters, and width — only three centimeters. Doctors will be able to easily carry such a device in a bag, while other models of dispensers are convenient to use only in the hospital.

"Emergency doctors often work in the field-for example, on the streets and roads. They need to carry all the devices for first aid. The weight, dimensions of the device, as well as the speed of its connection can be decisive factors in saving human life. We have created a syringe dispenser, which is not inferior to analogues in terms of technology, but it is lightweight and compact. Enter the medicine with it quickly and easily. In this case, our device is cheaper than its counterparts," — said the head of the company-the developer machine, the resident of the SEZ "Technopolis "Moscow"," Garegin Mangan.

Such syringe dispensers can be useful in urban ambulance stations.