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Assessing individual-level needle and syringe coverage parameters and the measurement of coverage in Melbourne, Australia: methods and impacts.

To assess the structure of individual-level needle and syringe coverage measurement formula, and to estimate the impact of coverage-related behaviours/parameters (instances of syringe acquisition, total syringes acquired, peer-to-peer syringe distribution, injecting frequency) on overall coverage.


Sterile Basics of Compounding: Relationship Between Syringe Size and Dosing Accuracy.

The purpose of this study was to investigate the accuracy and reproducibility of a 2-mL volume injection using a 3-mL and 10-mL syringe with pharmacy student compounders. An exercise was designed to assess each student's accuracy in compounding a sterile preparation with the correct 4-mg strength using a 3-mL and 10-mL syringe. The average ondansetron dose when compounded with the 3-mL syringe was 4.03 mg (standard deviation ± 0.45 mg), which was not statistically significantly different than the intended ...

Measuring individual-level needle and syringe coverage among people who inject drugs in Myanmar.

Myanmar has prioritised people who inject drugs (PWID) as a key population for HIV mitigation efforts, with targets for needle and syringe distribution set at a population level. However, individual-level coverage, defined as the percentage of an individual's injecting episodes covered by a sterile syringe, is a more sensitive measure of intervention coverage. We sought to examine individual-level coverage in a sample of PWID in Myanmar.


Botulinum Toxin Therapy: Is Syringe Type Related to Cost-Effectiveness?

Clostridium botulinum toxin is effective through cleaving presynaptic proteins at the neuromuscular junction, which prevents the release of acetylcholine and inhibits muscle contraction. Several serotypes of botulinum toxin (BT) exist; however, only 2 types have been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for commercial and medical use, A and B. Both types of BT must be administered intramuscularly with a syringe, but the type of syringe is the injector's preference. Which syringe type is most effi...

Reduction of Injection-Related Risk Behaviors Following Emergency Implementation of A Syringe Services Program During an Hiv Outbreak.

To describe injection-related HIV risk behaviors pre- and post-implementation of an emergency syringe services program (SSP) in Scott County, Indiana, following an HIV outbreak among persons who inject drugs (PWID).

Predicting pharmacy syringe sales to people who inject drugs: Policy, practice and perceptions.

Pharmacies have much to contribute to the health of people who inject drugs (PWID) and to community efforts in HIV and hepatitis C (HCV) prevention through syringe access. However, little is known about what predicts pharmacy syringe sales without a prescription.

Dump the pump: manual aspiration thrombectomy (MAT) with a syringe is technically effective, expeditious, and cost-efficient.

Syringe aspiration for manual aspiration thrombectomy (MAT) is a cost- and time-efficient alternative to an aspiration pump with likely similar efficacy. It is counterintuitive to expect the pump to perform better than direct vacuum with a syringe, as the pump must deliver vacuum additionally through a canister and meters of tubing.

The Syringe Driver: Continuous Subcutaneous Infusions in Palliative Care, 4th ed.

Behavior of Anesthesiology Residents in a Situation of Intravenous Route Occlusion During Syringe Pump Use in a Simulated Intensive Care Unit.

Unintentional catecholamine flush caused by inappropriate release of an intravenous occlusion during use of a syringe pump in the intensive care unit (ICU) can have dangerous consequences in patients receiving critical care. We investigated whether anesthesiology residents understood how to deal with syringe pump occlusion in a simulated ICU setting.

Knowledge of hepatitis C status moderates the relationship between history of drug treatment and sterile syringe use.

High-risk injection related behavior including use of non-sterile syringes is associated with negative health outcomes among people who inject drugs (PWID). Drug treatment programs have been reported to curb hepatitis C (HCV) transmission. This study aims to assess the role of drug treatment programs and knowledge of HCV status, and how they influence current injection-related risk. Data were collected in 2012 by the New Orleans arm of the CDC funded National HIV Behavioral Surveillance. Respondent driven s...

Federal funding for syringe exchange in the US: Explaining a long-term policy failure.

The United States prohibited federal funding for syringe exchange programs for people who inject drugs nearly continuously from 1988 to 2015, despite growing scientific evidence, diminishing AIDS-related controversy, and tens of thousands of deaths from injection-related AIDS. This study investigates the political and institutional bases of this long-term failure to support lifesaving public policy.

Safe and unsafe spaces: Non-fatal overdose, arrest, and receptive syringe sharing among people who inject drugs in public and semi-public spaces in Baltimore City.

The spaces in which drug use occurs constitutes a key aspect of the "risk environment" of people who inject drugs (PWID). We aimed to add nuance to the characterization of "safe" and "unsafe" spaces in PWID's environments to further understand how these spaces amplify the risk of morbidities associated with injection drug use. PWID were recruited through the Baltimore City syringe service program and through peer referral. Participants completed a socio-behavioral survey. Multivariable logistic regression w...

Bioequivalence of Canakinumab Injected Subcutaneously via an Autoinjector Device or a Prefilled Safety Syringe Device in Healthy Subjects.

Canakinumab, a high-affinity human anti-interleukin-1β monoclonal antibody, is being used for the treatment of a broad spectrum of inflammatory diseases. This phase 1 study compared the relative bioavailability of a single dose of subcutaneous canakinumab either self-administered with an autoinjector (AI) or administered by a health care professional (HCP) with a prefilled safety syringe (SS) in healthy subjects. The study enrolled 80 subjects randomized 1:1 to receive 150 mg/mL of a liquid formulation of...

Decomposition of Economic Inequality in Needle and Syringe Programs Utilization to its Determinants among Men Who Inject Drugs in Tehran using Blinder-Oaxaca Decomposition Method.

According to latest available data there are more of 300,000 people injects drug users (PWID) in Iran.

Epinephrine auto-injector needle lengths can both subcutaneous and periosteal/intraosseous injection be avoided?

Administration of epinephrine should be intramuscularly in the anterolateral aspect of the thigh. The length of the epinephrine autoinjector, EAI, needle should assure intramuscular injection.

Syringe Administration of Epinephrine by Emergency Medical Technicians for Anaphylaxis.

In recent years, the costs of epinephrine autoinjectors (EAIs) in the United States have risen substantially. King County Emergency Medical Services implemented the "Check and Inject" program to replace EAIs by teaching emergency medical technicians (EMTs) to manually aspirate epinephrine from a single-use 1 mg/mL epinephrine vial using a needle and syringe followed by prehospital intramuscular administration of the correct adult or pediatric dose of epinephrine for anaphylaxis or serious allergic reaction...

Factors associated with time between using a drug and injection initiation among people who inject drugs in Kermanshah, Iran.

Background The transition from non-injection to injection drug use dramatically increases the risk of transmitting HIV and other blood borne infections including hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV). The aim of this study was to explore factors associated with the transition from first illicit drug use to first injection among drug users. Methods Using snowball sampling and convenience sampling through needle and syringe programmes (NSPs), we recruited 500 people who inject drugs (PWID) in Ke...

A miniaturized sorbent phase-based extraction device in the form of syringe filter holder using molecularly imprinted polymer as sorbent and its application to extract benzophenones.

The molecularly imprinted polymer using 2,4-dihydroxybenzophenone as the template (DHBP-MIP) was synthesized via sacrificial support method. The DHBP-MIP was demonstrated to possess good adsorption capacity and selectivity towards benzophenones. Moreover, a miniaturized sorbent phase-based extraction device in the form of syringe filter holder using DHBP-MIP as the sorbent was proposed, and named as μ-SPE-SFH-MIP device. The μ-SPE-SFH-MIP device consisted of a reusable syringe filter holder, flexible amou...

The current evidence base for the feasibility of 48-hour continuous subcutaneous infusions (CSCIs): A systematically-structured review.

A continuous subcutaneous infusion (CSCI) is an effective method of multiple drug administration commonly encountered in end of life care when the oral route is compromised. At present, current practice is to limit syringe driver infusion time to a maximum of 24 hours as dictated by available chemical stability data. However, the ability to deliver prescribed medication by a CSCI over 48 hours may have numerous benefits in both patient care and health service resource utilisation.

Public support for safe consumption sites and syringe services programs to combat the opioid epidemic.

We examine Americans' support for two evidence-based harm reduction strategies - safe consumption sites and syringe exchange programs - and their attitudes about individuals who use opioids. We conducted a web-based survey of a nationally representative sample of U.S. adults in July-August 2017 (N = 1004). We measured respondents' support for legalizing safe consumption sites and syringe services programs in their communities and their attitudes toward people who use opioids. We used ordered logistic re...

Sweeping of adsorbed therapeutic protein on prefillable syringes promotes micron aggregate generation.

This study evaluated how differences in the surface properties of prefillable syringe (PFS) barrels and in-solution sampling methods affect micron aggregates and protein adsorption levels. Three syringe types [glass barrel with silicone oil coating (GLS/so+), glass barrel without silicone oil coating (GLS/so-) and cyclo-olefin polymer (COP) barrel syringes] were tested with three therapeutic proteins (adalimumab, etanercept, and infliximab) using two sampling methods (aspiration or ejection). After quiescen...

The association between neighborhood socioeconomic disadvantage and high-risk injection behavior among people who inject drugs.

Although much research has been conducted on the determinants of HIV risk behavior among people who inject drugs (PWID), the influence of the neighborhood context on high-risk injection behavior remains understudied. To address this gap in the literature, we measured associations between neighborhood socioeconomic disadvantage and high-risk injection behavior, and determined whether these associations were modified by drug-related police activity and syringe exchange program (SEP) accessibility.

"Do-It-Yourself" reliable pH-stat device by using open-source software, inexpensive hardware and available laboratory equipment.

In this paper, we present the construction of a reliable and inexpensive pH stat device, by using open-source "OpenPhControl" software, inexpensive hardware (a peristaltic and a syringe pump, Arduino, a step motor…), readily available laboratory devices: a pH meter, a computer, a webcam, and some 3D printed parts. We provide a methodology for the design, development and test results of each part of the device, as well as of the entire system. In addition to dosing reagents by means of a low-cost peristalt...

The effect of jet speed on large volume jet injection.

Jet injection presents a promising alternative to needle and syringe injection for transdermal drug delivery. The controllability of recently-developed jet injection devices now allows jet speed to be modulated during delivery, and has enabled efficient and accurate delivery of volumes up to 0.3 mL. However, recent attempts to inject larger volumes of up to 1 mL using the same methods have highlighted the different requirements for successful delivery at these larger volumes. This study aims to establis...

Metal-organic framework based in-syringe solid-phase extraction for the on-site sampling of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from environmental water samples.

In-syringe solid-phase extraction is a promising sample pretreatment method for the on-site sampling of water samples because of its outstanding advantages of portability, simple operation, short extraction time and low cost. In this work, a novel in-syringe solid-phase extraction device using metal-organic frameworks as the adsorbent was fabricated for the on-site sampling of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from environmental waters. Trace polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons were effectively extracted throug...


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