Jet injector multi-dose vial image


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Silvia sends us this picture of multi-dose vials from Wyeth, Merck and Parke.  They were manufactured for jet injectors to deliver 50 doses per vial.  If patient 1 was a blood-borne pathogen carrier, whose blood entered the vial, the next very unlucky 49 patients would have received contaminated vaccine.  Thank you SP.

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We need to talk about multi-dose vials

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15 Responses to Jet injector multi-dose vial image

  1. gary says:

    can someone send me any helpful tips on the injector guns used ,I was airforce basic at lackland in 1971

  2. SPrice says:

    Patricia, email me and I’ll give you the info I put together including pictures.
    shprice326@yahoo.com

    • Kiedove says:

      Silvia, Thanks for handling this question. So helpful.

      • Yes, it is and so appreciated!

      • SPrice says:

        I happened to have a picture from 1969 Ft Polk. Not the same unit as her hubby but it’s close enough.

        • I have compiled soooooo much info but could never find which gun was used. I heard that they were only considering approving claims for a “certain” manufacturer. I have been working on this for over a month and was about to lose my sense of humor and my mind! This will help so much. You have no idea how much I appreciate all the work you have done. The VA denied his claim in Aug 2010, re jet gun – Oct 2010 they killed him during a liver transplant. Within 8 hrs of arrival. Now I have to compile a claim for DIC under 38, I think it is. Unfortunately, I couldn’t sue the surgeon. He is the head of transplant surgery at Vanderbilt MC and no one, in the same field, would testify against him. Good ole’ boy system and career suicide if they had.
          Again, thank you for all of the info
          Pat

  3. SPrice says:

    The training books show vaccines being given with jet injectors. The pictures are also helpful because most of them show that the filter was missing on the jet guns, which means they could get contaminated easily.

    I have a big collection of training books. If you tell me where your husband went for bootcamp and unit number, etc I can see if I have it.

  4. I’m sorry if this has been asked before, I am up against a time limit for filing so I don’t have time to read everything.
    How do you now which injector gun was used on a vet? I have my husband’s inoculation records and it doesn’t say jack.
    ty

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