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    New delivery system reportedly provides simple way to buffer local anesthetics

    The Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery System is designed so practitioners can be more productive, efficient and profitable while providing a more comfortable experience.

    The Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery System® is said to be a revolutionary way to simply buffer local anesthetics.

    With buffering, practitioners reportedly can be more productive, efficient and profitable while providing a more comfortable experience.

    One of the most innovative components of the system is said to be Anutra Feedback Aspiration Syringe®. With a reportedly revolutionary design, this  syringe reportedly is designed for the delivery of multiple doses of buffered or unbuffered anesthetic in a single syringe.

     

    With a 5mL capacity and a reportedly innovative, less intimidating look, the Anutra Syringe is said to be optimized in diameter and length. The ergonomic, lightweight design reportedly is simple-to-use and easily allows one-handed aspiration.

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    With two-sided volume labeling, the Anutra Syringe is designed to fit securely with the Anutra Dispenser via Luer Lock technology. With a simple twist, dental professionals reportedly can connect or remove the Anutra Syringe from the Anutra Dispenser and affix the needle.

    In addition, the Anutra Dispenser is said to be a ground-breaking, local anesthetic delivery and buffering solution allowing dental professionals to never leave the patient’s side after administering local anesthetic.

    Buffering is a chemical process that neutralizes acids and bases. The Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery System is designed to utilize buffering to bring the pH of lidocaine with epinephrine closer to the physiological pH by precisely mixing the anaesthetic with sodium bicarbonate.

    Leveraging the science of buffering increases the predictability and speed at which a patient can get numb. This, in turn, can create a better patient experience and increases the efficiency of a practitioner.

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