Thursday, 14 March 2019 00:00

This Needle Knows Its Way Around Your Body

While hollow needles and syringes have been delivering medication for more than 100 years, their precise placement and operation depends upon the skills of the person using them. Even when those are top-notch, it can be something of a challenge to successfully deliver medicine to highly sensitive areas such as the back of the human eye.

Recently, researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital came up with a sophisticated injecting device for tissue-targeting (called an i2T2) that picks up on modulations in resistance so as to safely and properly deliver medicine in preclinical trials.

Published in Our Blog
Home Displaying items by tag: i2T2

Newsletter Signup

Live support

Available Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM EST

Connect with us

Netributor Main Offices