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A device for administering injections.


A device for making injections.

jet injector

See: injection, jet

pressure injector

A device that delivers a substance to be injected, often controlled by a timing mechanism, at a specified pressure.
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Food equipment and ingredients specialist Interfood Technology has reported its best ever year for sales of Schroder injectors for which the company is the sole distributor in the UK and Ireland.
The statement, entitled, "Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter Lines or Ports for Power Injectors" reads: "The ASRT recognizes the use of power injectors with a Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) line or ports for power injectors is within the scope of practice for radiologic technologists with the appropriate clinical and didactic education and when an FDA-approved PICC line catheter or port specifically for power injectors is used and manufacturer guidelines regarding infusion rate and pressure are followed, where state and/or institutional policy permits.
The use of a transport system enables effective cleaning of material transport surface and the injector canal.
Joe Meating, BioForest's director of forest health management, says in only a matter of months, their injector and the accompanying development of an eco-friendly pesticide has nabbed people's attention.
One of the most common mistakes is not adjusting the injector bypass valve properly.
US-based Agere Systems has launched a single-port ORiNOCO Active Ethernet power injector, designed to enable companies to reduce the cost and time required to set up smaller wireless networks.
Cocaine is now playing a major role among injectors in Chicago," says Wayne Wiebel, an epidemiologist at the University of Illinois' Chicago campus.
Contrast media injectors (CMI) are the equipment used to inject contrast media into the body that enhances the visualization of the specific organs and tissues, thereby improving the overall quality of medical imaging procedures.
Posterior chamber foldable intraocular monolithic aspherical lenses with cartridges or disposable injectors for implantation.
The Enable Injector is being developed to comfortably deliver up to 50 mL doses of high volume and/or viscous biologics subcutaneously.