B2000

Biojector®2000

Biojector® 2000 is an innovative, versatile needle-free injection system that has been used to deliver millions of injections in a wide range of healthcare settings. B2000 is able to deliver intramuscular, subcutaneous and intradermal injections up to 1 ml in volume.

ZetaJet

ZetaJet™

The ZetaJet™ consists of two components: the portable injector and an auto-disabling disposable syringe. It is intended to deliver vaccines and injectable medications either subcutaneously or intramuscularly and is indicated for both professional and home (for patients who self-inject) use.

Vial

Vial Adapters

Vial Adapters are plastic devices with a polycarbonate spikes that replace fill needles for drawing up liquid medication and reconstituting lyophilized powders. They are designed to fit both standard and needle-free syringes and most single and multi-dose medication vials. By replacing fill needles, vial adapters reduce “sharps” waste.

Imagine vaccinations where children do not cry, injections that are so close to painless that you are hardly even aware that they occurred,and injection devices that eliminate needle-stick injuries and cross contamination. With the Bioject® needle-free injection systems distributed by iHealthNet, these are now a reality.



  • Deliver vaccines or medication with equal or improved efficacy compared to traditional needle-based syringes..
  • Reduce anxiety in children and other patients with a fear of needles, thus ensuring greater patient acceptance and compliance.
  • Reduce the pain and discomfort associated with needle-based injections.
  • Provide unparalleled protection to healthcare workers against needle-stick injuries, especially in high-risk situations, such as delivering injections to patients infected with HIV or Hepatitis.

  • Reduce the risk of penetrating a patient’s vein or delivering medication to an unintended site.
  • Eliminate needle re-use, which can lead to the spread of blood-borne HIV or Hepatitis.
  • Prevent use of the device for injecting illicit drugs – unlike needle-based syringes, Bioject devices are not designed for intravascular injections.
  • Reduce waste management expenses associated with “sharps” disposal.

News

Aug 21, 2014

Immunomic Therapeutics, Inc. (ITI) seeks to validate the Biojector B2000 as part of the JRC-LAMP-Vax treatment regimen.

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June 7, 2014

Tawfiq Hassan, CEO, iHealthNet left Dhaka for Singapore to attend the World Vaccine Congress Asia.

April 22, 2014

Tawfiq Hassan, CEO of iHealthNet commented, ”Responding to the increasing cost of healthcare services and keeping safety and ease of use in mind, Bioject’s needle-free injection therapy devices are the best option iHealthNet can offer to the European and African markets immediately,” and also added “We are very excited to be able to bring the latest in needle-free syringe devices within their reach.”

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November 30, 2013

NO MORE NEEDLES, NO MORE FEAR!!!  Needle-free injection is now in Dhaka- coverage by Dhaka Tribune.

Report on Cancer Vaccine Conference attended by iHealthNet

November 11, 2013

On the 11th of November iHealthNet had successfully demonstrated the use and functionalities of Needle-Free Injection Technology  to Mahbubul Alam Babu, Director operation & Marketing  of Japan Bangladesh Friendship Hospital (JBFH)Dhaka, Bangladesh, who at the end of the demonstration quoted- “At JBFH, we always welcome new innovative technology in health industry.”

November 4, 2013

Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital and Research Institute (ICHRI), Dhaka, Bangladesh, had invited iHealthNet to demonstrate its Needle-Free Injection Technology (NFIT) systems featuring the Biojector 2000 and ZetaJet devices.The program was made a huge success with the keen participation and attendance by Prof. Dr. M. A. Rashid, CEO of ICHRI, and fellow doctors and nurses prominent in their medical field and practice. iHealthNet’s introduction of NFIT and its associated delivery systems in Bangladesh continues on its progressive path towards evolution as ICHRI congratulates iHealthNet for taking the initiatives to offer this much awaited breakthrough in Needle-Free medical delivery systems for the benefit of the people of Bangladesh.

October 3-4, 2013

Chief Science Office, Dr. Shaad M. Ahmad to had attended the Cancer Vaccines and Gene Therapy Seminar in Philadelphia at The Desmond Great Valley Hotel & Conference Center.

September 26-October 10, 2013

Inauguration of NFIT devices in Nigeria at the J.T Useni Trade Fair Complex Airport Road, organised by Abuja Chamber of Commerce, Industry Mines and Agriculture (ABUCCIMA). President and COO, Mr. Mohammed Malique enroute to Nigeria under official invitation to attend the inauguration.
 

September 14, 2013

iHealthNet Inauguration Program in Bangladesh was held at The Westin, Dhaka.

Events

June 8, 2014

Tawfiq Hassan, CEO of iHealthNet, arrived in Singapore to attend the World Vaccine Congress Asia 2014.  The summit is taking place at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre from June 9 ~ 12.

May 04, 2014

iHealthNet takes it’s first step towards Combined Medical Hospital (CMH) and illuminates Lt. Col. Mahbubur Rahman Bhuiyan’s perception towards needle-free injection technology.

November 11, 2013

On the 11th of November iHealthNet had successfully demonstrated the use and functionalities of Needle-Free Injection Technology  to Mahbubul Alam Babu, Director operation & Marketing  of Japan Bangladesh Friendship Hospital (JBFH), Dhaka, Bangladesh, who at the end of the demonstration quoted- “At JBFH, we always welcome new innovative technology in health industry.”

November 4, 2013

Ibrahim Cardiac Hospital and Research Institute (ICHRI), Dhaka, Bangladesh, had invited iHealthNet to demonstrate its Needle-Free Injection Technology (NFIT) systems featuring the Biojector 2000 and Zetajet devices.The program was made a huge success with the keen participation and attendance by Prof. Dr. M. A. Rashid, CEO of ICHRI, and fellow doctors and nurses prominent in their medical field and practice. iHealthNet’s introduction of NFIT and its associated delivery systems in Bangladesh continues on its progressive path towards evolution as ICHRI congratulates iHealthNet for taking the initiatives to offer this much awaited breakthrough in Needle-Free medical delivery systems for the benefit of the people of Bangladesh.

September 26- October 10, 2013

Inauguration of NFIT devices in Nigeria at the  J.T Useni Trade Fair Complex Airport Roadorganised by Abuja Chamber of Commerce, Industry Mines and Agriculture (ABUCCIMA). President and COO, Mr. Mohammed Malique enroute to Nigeria under official invitation to attend the inauguration.

September 14, 2013

iHealthNet Inauguration Program in Bangladesh was held at The Westin, Dhaka.