Medical Design Excellence Awards 2018 Finalists: Drug Injection and Combination Devices

The following are the finalists in the Drug-Delivery and Combination products category.

  • The Drug-Delivery and Combination Products category includes pre-filled syringes, misting devices, dry powder inhalers, patches, pouches, or combination implants with biologic agents, etc. Click next to see the finalists.

  • Eli Lilly Taltz Injection Devices
    Taltz injectors are designed to treat people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis with Eli Lilly and Co.'s Taltz medication. The devices come in both autoinjector and prefilled-syringe form.
    Manufacturer: Eli Lilly and Company
    Supply and Design Credits: IDEO

    IDEO
  • Methofill (methotrexate) Self Inject
    Methofill SELF INJECT is a handheld device for self-administering methotrexate injections. The device is part of a combination product supplied to patients with a standard 1-mL prefilled syringe preloaded inside.
    Manufacturer: Accord Healthcare Limited
    Supply and Design Credits: West Pharmaceutical Services Inc.

    West Pharmaceutical Services Inc.
  • OnSite-IV
    The OnSite-IV is a single-use device that facilitates creation of a sterile fluid path to transfer liquid from the syringe body to a vial for delivery into an IV bag or elastomeric device. The device provides both admixture and direct dispensing of medications.
    Manufacturer: PharmaC LLC
    Supply and Design Credits: Life Science Outsourcing, Nelson Laboratories, Xcentric Mold and Engineering

    PharmaC LLC
  • SURGICEL Powder Absorbable Hemostat
    SURGICEL Powder Absorbable Hemostat stops continuous, broad-surface oozing and bleeding fast, even on friable or raw tissue, when other conventional methods are impractical or ineffective. The structure of the powder penetrates the surface of the blood to get to the sources of bleeding and is a proven bactericidal against pathogens.
    Manufacturer: Ethicon US LLC
    Supply and Design Credits: Jarden Plastics, Oliver Healthcare Packaging

    Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies
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