PharmaJet: Product Evolution
Needle-free Jet Injectors have evolved over the last 50 years and have found wide acceptance in a variety of immunization settings, primarily due to their affordability, ability to reduce patient anxiety and their inherent creation of a safer health care environment.
PharmaJet has emerged as an industry leader in the innovation of Disposable Syringe Jet Injectors by committing unparalleled design, development and manufacturing expertise to the development of safe, reliable and cost-effective products.
We strive for continual improvement to our products and technology, relying heavily on the input of our valued customers, patients and collaborators. Beginning with our first FDA 510(k) marketing clearance in 2009, we have been continually improving upon product features and developing a broader product line with the healthcare provider, the patient and the environment in mind.
Improved product features with our 2nd generation products include: one-hand syringe attachment, a smoother trigger force, no touch syringe ejection and enhanced visibility of syringe contents.
Marketing Clearance Dates:
PharmaJet devices are developed, tested and validated in accordance with the following international standards:
- ISO 13485 – Medical Devices Quality System Standard
- ISO 21649 – Needle-free Injectors Requirements Standard
- ISO 11137 – Sterilization Standard
- ISO 10993 – Biocompatibility Standard
- WHO/PQS Performance Specification reference: E08/JI01.1 Single-use Auto-disable Needle-free Syringe Injectors
Indications for Use:
Stratis® 0.5mL Needle-free Injection System – marketing clearance for the following Indications for Use:
“The PharmaJet Stratis® Needle-free Injection System is intended to deliver various medications and vaccines either intramuscularly or subcutaneously by means of a narrow, high velocity fluid jet, which penetrates the skin and delivers the medicine or vaccine to the body. Healthcare providers who routinely administer injections may use the PharmaJet Needle-free Injection System. It may be used for adults and children. It can also be used by patients authorized by their physicians to self-inject, or to have other individuals administer injections of prescribed medication.”