Needlestick Injury is an accident with needles or sharp medical objects that is usually experienced by medical personnel while on duty. Needlestick Injury (NSI) is very dangerous because it can transmit disease from contaminated needles. Needle puncture wounds in the medical world risk exposing health workers to various dangerous pathogens, such as HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C.
However, it is unfortunate that many still take this problem lightly, even though up to now, there have been more than 3 million Needlestick Injury (NSI) cases every year. Research shows that needlestick injuries are mostly experienced by medical personnel, especially young medical personnel. The large number of shifts and long working hours can also be one of the risks of Needlestick Injury . Needlestick injuries can also be caused by unsafe medical waste.
This high number of incidents has made Oneject Indonesia focus on finding solutions and developing injection equipment technology to prevent Needlestick Injury (NSI) for the safety of medical personnel and also to reduce the spread of disease through contaminated syringes.
Oneject Indonesia presents a new injection revolution, namely the Smart Syringe. Smart Syringe is a combination of Safety Needle and Auto Disable Syringe. Both are superior products from Oneject Indonesia.
Safety Needle is a syringe cap that has a higher level of safety than standard syringe caps. Safety Needle has the advantage that the needle cap cannot be separated from the syringe, but can be locked after use, so that it will produce safe medical waste.
Meanwhile, Auto Disable Syringe (ADS) is a disposable syringe whose piston is automatically broken upon completion of use or injection so that it cannot be reused. Auto Disable Syringe (ADS) is one solution to reduce the use of syringes more than once.
Presenting the Smart Syringe is one of Oneject Indonesia’s efforts to reduce the number of disease spreads through Needlestick Injury and to produce harmless medical waste. Smart Syringe will also reduce the misuse of needles that should not be done.