BD Uniject™ auto-disable pre-fillable injection system

Effectively administer drugs without reusing needles

The BD Uniject™ auto-disable pre-fillable injection system is an all-in-one, auto-disable (nonsyringe) drug delivery system for intramuscular (IM) or subcutaneous injections. Healthcare and nonhealthcare workers alike can use it for outreach programs, enabling pre-filled vaccine delivery across the globe while protecting against inappropriate needle reuse in the developing world.

Reduced errors

Prefilled system helps reduce medication and dosing errors compare to a vial solution.1–3

Minimal contamination

The system minimizes the waste of contaminated material requiring disposal.4–6

Material safety

The single-dose system prevents reuse, while its packaging prevents tampering and counterfeiting.4

Sterile delivery

The system is delivered sterile, clean and ready to fill.

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  1. Moreira, M.E., et al., Color-Coded Prefilled Medication Syringes Decrease Time to Delivery and Dosing Error in Simulated Emergency Department Pediatric Resuscitations. Ann Emerg Med, 2015. 66(2): p. 97-106.e3.
  2. Adapa RM, Mani V, Murray LJ, Degnan BA, Ercole A, Cadman B, Williams CE, Gupta AK and Wheeler DW. Errors during the preparation of drug infusions: a randomized controlled trial. British Journal of Anaesthesia 109 (5): 729–34 (2012)
  3. Dehmel, C., et al., Do centrally pre-prepared solutions achieve more reliable drug concentrations than solutions prepared on the ward? Intensive Care Med, 2011. 37(8): p. 1311-6.
  4. A HealthTech historical profile: The Uniject device. PATH, June 2005. Accessed March 1st, 2018.
  5. Drain PK, Nelson CM, Lloyd JS. Single-dose versus multi-dose vaccine vials for immunization programmes in developing countries. Bull World Health Organ. 2003;81(10):726-731.
  6. Burke HM, Mueller MP, Packer C. Provider acceptability of Sayana®* Press: results from community health workers and clinic-based providers in Uganda and Senegal. Contraception Journal. 2014;89(5):368-373.