The InCleen Suppository Delivery Device.
Simple. Sanitary. And no gloves required.
For many patients, suppositories are the best way to receive certain drugs. But inserting the suppository requires that the person delivering it wear gloves or finger cots. Until now. Because the patented InCleen suppository delivery device lets caregivers just open a package and insert the drug.
Here’s how it works:
The user or caregiver simply opens the suppository’s package (no scisssors required.) The suppository is pre-attached to the InCleen device. When partially opened, InCleen’s internal packaging serves as a shield to cover the hand.
Since the suppository is pre-mounted to an innovative stabilizer, insertion is very easy. The result: faster, more accurate delivery of the suppository -- no gloves required.
InCleen is a product of JLS Devices, and was invented by Karen Higgins and Kathleen Pieper, RN. The device is U.S. patented. JLS welcomes collaboration with drug companies to take the product to market. Contact JLS Devices to learn more.