Chronic diseases are those that cannot be totally cured, but can at least be managed. They can last a lifetime, sure, but today they can become more bearable thanks to improvements in medical technology.
I'm not saying this to minimize chronic illness, but to emphasize that there are treatments that can really prolong and improve life. Some people, on the other hand, may not be able to track progress due to forgetfulness, anxiety, or other problems. This Plug & Play wearable injector promises to help them.
Plug & Play, “syringe” that you wear
This personal injector is a small gadget that can be attached to the body or worn. Helps deliver injections to patients. It's called “Plug & Play” because… guess what? It has a plug & play coupling mechanism that allows you to easily insert a drug vial. No assistants needed. The drug is inserted and the injector is placed on the body, he does the rest.
It looks like an old mini mp3 player, with the difference that by pressing the "play" button you start dispensing a drug: instant process, no waiting times or fears for injections. Another precious gift of the injector: the adaptability to different types of vials. Drugs vary in size, and an adaptive mechanism is just what it takes to remedy the problem.
Patients can know the injection status with color-coded feedback.
Mini injector, maxi changes
The invention of the Plug & Play system was developed by Cambridge Consultants, a group that works on creative products and corporate technology consultancy. A few years ago he won the Red Dot Award, a prestigious design award, proving that beautiful things are often simple and effective.
How many? A lot: especially now that access to medical professionals and hospitals may be limited, do-it-yourself solutions that offer safety and precision are welcome, and this injector really does its own thing.