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CuraCator Control the Application of Topical PRP

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The CuraCator™ was designed and developed to meet the need for hands-free, needle-free, controlled application of products to skin or other tissue. It is a small disc-shaped device that affixes to a luer-lock syringe to help control the application of topical PRP. This alleviates safety concerns and risks of product waste or contamination. Dripping products such as platelet-rich plasma, exosomes, or other serums from syringes through a needle is dangerous. Applying products by dripping them onto tissue from an open-ended syringe leads to waste and little control. Wiping product onto tissue with a gloved hand can lead to contamination or adulteration of product. The goal of the CuraCator™ is to become the new standard of care for allowing product (whether liquid, cream, or ointment), to be safely and accurately applied to the skin or other tissue. Made from durable Triton plastic. FDA Class 1 Medical Device Accessory. 

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Before the CuraCator

Dripping expensive products such as platelet-rich plasma and exosomes onto the patient’s skin from an open-end syringe, or worse, from a needle. Without the CuraCator™ practitioners are at a huge risk for accidental needle sticks and, thus, exposure to infectious diseases

After the CuraCator

 


Using the CuraCator™ completely eliminates the risk of needle sticks and increases practitioner's safety. This FDA approved, patented design allows for precise and controlled application of topicals exactly where they're needed. This proven design means every drop of product is either used or contained and topicals are able to be confined to the allotted treatment area.

Why is the CuraCator™ considered to be the new standard of care for applying product to skin?

Before this device was available, medical professionals often used non-sterile or dangerous techniques for applying products to skin. Many practitioners would drip product from a needle over the skin which increased their risks for needle sticks. Others would drip product from open ended syringes which increased risks of product waste, contamination, and splatter. In most scenarios, the products were being spread across skin with non-sterile gloves that could contaminate the product and irritate the skin. The CuraCator™ has revolutionized the was we apply product to skin by providing safe, controlled, sterile application of various products.

Made in the USA

Trinnovations was founded by board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Janine Hopkins, who designed and developed the CuraCator device as the new standard of care for safe and controlled application of therapeutic products to compromised skin or other tissue. Her idea for the CuraCator was born out of necessity to meet the need for a hands-free, needle-free, sterile applicator to use in her medical practice, as well as, a device her patients could use at home when applying wound healing products to their skin.

Using the CuraCator™ medical device is practical and simple. The CuraCator™ attaches to the end of any universal Luer lock syringe. Depending on the product being dispensed, the practitioner may choose to aspirate the product into their Luer lock syringe before attaching the CuraCator™ or may attach the CuraCator™ in order to aspirate the product through the CuraCator™ into the syringe. This will depend on the viscosity of the product and is subject to the discretion of the practitioner. The practitioner delivering care then plunges product through the syringe with the CuraCator™ attached. The CuraCator™ medical device is intended to make direct contact with skin and aid in spreading product across skin. Each CuraCator™ may be used one time only, as this is a single-use sterile medical device.

The CuraCator™ can be used in medical spas for the safe and controlled application of products to skin following, for example, micro-needling or other facial procedures where the skin is compromised and product is being applied to enhance healing. Because the CuraCator™ eliminates the risk of needle sticks and reduces contamination and product waste, this is an ideal product for use in a medical spa setting to improve safety for both the provider and the client

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Why is the CuraCator™ considered to be the new standard of care for applying product to skin?

Before this device was available, medical professionals often used non-sterile or dangerous techniques for applying products to skin. Many practitioners would drip product from a needle over the skin which increased their risks for needle sticks. Others would drip product from open ended syringes which increased risks of product waste, contamination, and splatter. In most scenarios, the products were being spread across skin with non-sterile gloves that could contaminate the product and irritate the skin. The CuraCator™ has revolutionized the was we apply product to skin by providing safe, controlled, sterile application of various products.

Made in the USA

Trinnovations was founded by board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Janine Hopkins, who designed and developed the CuraCator device as the new standard of care for safe and controlled application of therapeutic products to compromised skin or other tissue. Her idea for the CuraCator was born out of necessity to meet the need for a hands-free, needle-free, sterile applicator to use in her medical practice, as well as, a device her patients could use at home when applying wound healing products to their skin.

Using the CuraCator™ medical device is practical and simple. The CuraCator™ attaches to the end of any universal Luer lock syringe. Depending on the product being dispensed, the practitioner may choose to aspirate the product into their Luer lock syringe before attaching the CuraCator™ or may attach the CuraCator™ in order to aspirate the product through the CuraCator™ into the syringe. This will depend on the viscosity of the product and is subject to the discretion of the practitioner. The practitioner delivering care then plunges product through the syringe with the CuraCator™ attached. The CuraCator™ medical device is intended to make direct contact with skin and aid in spreading product across skin. Each CuraCator™ may be used one time only, as this is a single-use sterile medical device.

The CuraCator™ can be used in medical spas for the safe and controlled application of products to skin following, for example, micro-needling or other facial procedures where the skin is compromised and product is being applied to enhance healing. Because the CuraCator™ eliminates the risk of needle sticks and reduces contamination and product waste, this is an ideal product for use in a medical spa setting to improve safety for both the provider and the client