From across the world all of you have come and sought information. Now Jet Infectors would like to hear from you.
Do you believe you were infected after receiving a jet injection?
Do you have concerns about the way jet injectors were used?
Are the jet injectors pictured below currently being used in your area?
Jet Infectors wants to hear from you! Please fill-out the form below:
Jet Injectors were used in mass immunization programs across the United States and around the world for over five decades. Multi-Use Nozzle Jet Injectors and Protector Cap Needle-free Injectors, pictured below, should not be used due to the risk of transferring blood and disease. Newer model devices, known as Disposable-Cartridge Jet Injectors, eliminate the risks posed by previous generation jet injectors.
Jet Infectors Global Initiative aims to:
- Bring awareness to the risks and hazards of jet injectors.
- Ban the use of Multi-Use Nozzle Jet Injectors and Protector Cap Needle-free Injectors.
- Identify other incidences where mass jet injector vaccination campaigns transmitted pathogens.
December 26, 2016 Concern Over Use of Protector Cap Needle-Free Injectors
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