Tag Archives: drug delivery

Help us change medication delivery forever!

During my travels to Canada’s teaching hospitals, my most shocking revelations were the frequency of needlestick injuries and medication errors among doctors and nurses. Most impacted were the IV therapy teams that were responsible for the majority of sticks necessary to maintain viable medication and fluid delivery sites for patients.  IV Nurses were stressed as they […]

No Pain, All Gain

Our skin is composed of two layers, the epidermis and the dermis.  The dermis contains a further two layers: the papillary and the reticular dermis, and beneath this, is the subcutaneous tissue composed of fatty tissue and nerves. There are three primary methods by which drugs may be injected: subcutaneously, intramuscularly and intradermally. The PKA […]