Possible applications (selection):
The Adapplicator facilitates the sublingual, buccal and local application of injection solutions without a needle.
Every ampoule can be turned into a mouth spray, skin spray, wound spray, or nose spray. The contents of the ampoule are atomised by the Adapplicator into ultrafine droplets and sprayed most effectively onto the mucous membrane or skin. This creates ideal absorption conditions.
An alternative for patients with resorption and absorption disorders where oral application would appear to be inefficient
When children are afraid of needles and to avoid alcoholic drops or large-sized tablets/coated tablets, and for contact-free treatment of nappy rash
An alternative for patients with clotting disorders or whose veins are in poor condition
As an alternative to injections
.......and many others
Avoids interactions with the digestive system
An alternative for patients who are afraid of needles, for patients whose veins are in poor condition, for children or geriatric patients and patients who are prone to allergic reactions to tablet carrier substances (Ampoule substances are hypo-allergenic, usually free of alcohol and free of preservatives).
The application with the Adapplicator avoids the first-pass effect in the liver
Instruction for use
One spray with the Adapplicator corresponds to a defined spray volume of 0.09 ml per spray (corresponding to approx. 3 drops). A certain time interval should be observed between the individual sprays.
The content of the ampoule should be sprayed either sublingually, onto the buccal mucosa, or into the pharynx. Spraying onto the tongue should be avoided. The Adapplicator® can be used for 1 ml and 2 ml ampoules.