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What is an Inject-Ease?

Dr. Jack Merendino, MD
Endocrinology Diabetes & Metabolism
"Inject-Ease" is a spring-loaded device that pushes the syringe into the skin so that a diabetes user doesn't have to, and the device hides the needle while it's going in for those who really have a hard time overcoming their anxiety about injections.
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Inject-Ease is the brand name of a type of automatic injector that helps you give insulin shots. It’s a spring-loaded device that holds the syringe and needle, and can be used with just one hand. It keeps the needle out of sight, making it useful for those with needle phobias. It may reduce the pain of injections and is helpful for those inexperienced at giving shots.

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