Today’s session at the Intervention Centre at The Oslo University Hospital was a completion of an evaluation project of the Luer-Jack syringe from ConceptoMed which is an innovative syringe with a single handed release mechanism for needles and connectors. The project goal has been to involve professional syringe users at the Oslo University Hospital in the testing and further development of the concept and evaluate the usefulness of the invention. The result of evaluation process was very positive and it shows how important user involvement is in an innovation process and product development. The evaluation project was funded through VRI funding from The Research Council of Norway and Oslo MedTech.
«It has been very interesting to work closely with the best doctors and nurses in Norway in this development and evaluation process with the Intervention Centre, says Marius Andresen, manager at K8 Industridesign and chief designer at ConceptoMed.»
Read more about the Luer-Jack here.