Vaccinations Are More Important Than Ever.
Most Canadian and global citizens agree that Vaccines play an important part in public safety.
Having inoculations readily available to citizens will ensure a higher rate of vaccination.
Vaccination Programs are in Increasing Demand
Vaccination numbers are on the rise.
42% of Canadian received an annual flu shot in 2018-2019, and the COVID-19 vaccination plan will increase the yearly inoculation rate significantly.
Canadians Support the Cause of Herd Immunity.
Depending on how contagious infection is, usually, 50% to 90% of a population needs immunity to achieve herd immunity.
Offering quick and convenient access to vaccines can facilitate this process.
Checking In On Important Canadian Statistics
40% of Canadian flu shots are administered in pharmacies.
With over 15.5M flu vaccinations given to citizens on an annual basis, pharmacies distribute over 6.1M doses of the flu vaccine each year.
Freeing Up Valuable Time and Resources in Pharmacies
Public health and safety are of the utmost importance.
Providing a safe and efficient automated process will allow pharmacists with an average wage of $48.66/hr. to focus on other duties.
A Small Snapshot for A Big Picture Future
The global pandemic and ambitious vaccination plan represent a huge surge in vaccination requirements.
Annual vaccination goals and milestones will be increasingly difficult to meet without reliable and innovative solutions.
An Elegant Solution to an Escalating Problem
Similar to the blood pressure machines found in pharmacies, the automated injection machine can be placed in high traffic areas, drug stores and malls allowing for convenient and efficient delivery of vaccinations to eligible recipients.
This safe and innovative apparatus will enable national and global public access to available vaccines and injections.
In order to ensure proper records, the machine will require users to input (swipe) their personal medical card prior to use. Following prompts, the device will act in much the same way as blood pressure machines to ensure the proper position and pressure for inoculation.
After tightening and securing the patient’s arm, using laser technology the machine will identify, pinpoint, and sterilize the point of entry. At this point, the needle will be administered. After the injection, the machine will release pressure and instruct the user to take a seat in the rest area. The whole process can be video recorded for added liability assurances.
During the interim the machine is inaccessible; during which time it uploads the successful user information to available health databases, and sanitizes, readying itself for the next participant.
Within the refrigerated holding compartment, hundreds of dosages of vaccines could be held and ready for inoculation. The equipment could be easily replenished by a qualified pharmacist or attending nurse.
With a target of one minute per inoculation, the device would be self-contained, designed to dispose of needles internally in a biosafe manner, inaccessible by general users. The machine would be programmed to sanitize and properly prep between users to ensure safety.
Although a nurse or qualified attendant would be present during use, an onboard counter and control system would alert of potential issues, and auto shut down accordingly.
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We are currently working to develop this exciting proprietary project, and seeking partnerships and endorsements from local governments.
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