Dose Right syringe clips

Hadleigh Health Technologies and Rice University

The DoseRight Syringe Clip is a small plastic clip that fits into the barrel of an oral dosing syringe. It serves as a guide to assist the caregiver in delivering an accurate dose of liquid medication.

Product description

The DoseRight Syringe Clip is a small plastic clip that fits into the barrel of an oral dosing syringe. It serves as a guide to assist the caregiver in delivering an accurate dose of liquid medication.

Target region(s)

More than 213,000 syringe clips have been delivered to Swaziland, where they are being used by nearly 12,000 participants in the national Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS (PMTCT) program to facilitate the accurate dosage of liquid antiretroviral medication to help prevent the transmission of the virus from mothers to children. DoseRight Syringe Clips are currently being sold in GAVI Alliance countries and other developing country sites where there is an appropriate need for accuracy in oral delivery of medication.

Distributors/implementing organizations

Hadleigh Health Technologies is an ISO 13485 registered company and is a subsidiary of 3rd Stone Design, Inc, located in San Rafael, CA has licensed the Dose Right technology from Rice360°Institute for Global Health Technologies. They partner with organizations around the world to develop affordable, appropriate health technologies for low-resource settings.

Market suggested retail price

DoseRight Syringe Clips are currently for retail sale in the USA. The DoseRight Syringe Clips can be provided to healthcare providers, individual consumers, and supporting organizations such as Ministries of Health and nonprofits engaged in conducting large scale pediatric treatment programs.

Competitive landscape

Traditional syringes and dosing cups

SDG targeted

Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT), liquid medication administration in both adult and pediatric applications.

Target user(s)

Health care professionals involved in oral delivery of medication.

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