Biotechnology-derived injectable medications are prone to small-dosis injection issues because of a lack of tools to support precision injecting. 3Dose™ syringes can apply small, accurate doses to ensure an optimal injection of medication without any product loss or over-injection. Overall, 3Dose™ syringes allow for precise delivery of medication to the targeted area, ensuring effective treatment while minimizing the risk of errors and complications.

Cosmetic Surgery

In cosmetic surgery, the use of an accurate syringe is essential for delivering precise doses of neurotoxins (botulinum toxin), dermal fillers, or other medications to specific areas with utmost precision. This precision, guaranteed through the use of 3Dose™ syringes, allows for tailored enhancements like smoothing out wrinkles, augmenting lips, or contouring facial features. All while ensuring optimal results and minimizing the risk of overcorrection or asymmetry. 3Dose™ syringes can play a crucial role in achieving the desired aesthetic outcome in cosmetic procedures and simultaneously enhancing patient satisfaction and safety.


In dental treatments, an accurate syringe is indispensable for delivering precise amounts of local anesthetics or other medications with meticulous control. The precise delivery facilitated by a 3Dose™ syringe ensures effective numbing of the treatment site while minimizing discomfort for the patient. 3Dose™ syringes can be used for numerous dental procedures such as delivering medications for periodontal treatments, applying dental bonding agents, and more. By enabling accurate dosing and placement of medications, 3Dose™ syringes contribute to successful dental treatments, enhancing patient comfort and ensuring optimal outcomes.


In dermatology, accurate syringes play a vital role in various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures aimed at treating skin conditions and enhancing cosmetic appearance. Here are some key ways in which 3Dose™ syringes can be utilized in dermatology:

  1. Injectable Treatments: 3Dose™ syringes are commonly used to administer injectable treatments such as dermal fillers, botulinum toxin (Botox), and sclerotherapy solutions. Dermal fillers are injected into the skin to fill in wrinkles, restore volume, or enhance facial contours, while botulinum toxin injections are used to relax muscles and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Sclerotherapy involves injecting a solution into spider veins or varicose veins to collapse and shrink them.
  2. Local Anesthesia: 3Dose™ syringes are used to administer local anesthetic agents prior to dermatological procedures such as skin biopsies, excisions, or laser treatments. Local anesthesia ensures that the patient remains comfortable during the procedure by numbing the area being treated.
  3. Intradermal Testing: 3Dose™ syringes can be used to perform intradermal allergy testing, where small amounts of allergens are injected into the skin to evaluate allergic reactions. This helps dermatologists identify specific allergens causing skin conditions such as allergic contact dermatitis.
  4. Intramuscular or Subcutaneous Injections: In dermatology, 3Dose™ syringes are also used to administer medications such as corticosteroids or antibiotics via intramuscular or subcutaneous injections to treat conditions like inflammatory skin diseases or infections.
  5. Intralesional Injections: 3Dose™ syringes are employed for intralesional injections, where medications are injected directly into skin lesions such as keloids, cysts, or psoriasis plaques to reduce inflammation, promote healing, or flatten the lesions.
  6. Mesotherapy: 3Dose™ syringes are used in mesotherapy, a technique involving multiple superficial injections of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other substances into the skin to rejuvenate and revitalize the skin, treat cellulite, or promote hair growth.

Overall, 3Dose™ syringes are a great asset in dermatology for performing a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.


In neurology, an accurate syringe plays a crucial role in administering precise doses of medication for various diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. For example, in lumbar punctures or spinal taps, 3Dose™ syringes can be used to collect cerebrospinal fluid for analysis or to inject medications directly into the spinal canal. In the case of diagnostic nerve blocks, such as those used to identify the source of pain in conditions like sciatica, the 3Dose™ syringe is employed to inject local anesthetics or corticosteroids with pinpoint accuracy. Additionally, in treatments for neurological disorders such as migraines or spasticity, a 3Dose™ syringe is utilized to deliver medications like botulinum toxin injections directly into specific muscles or nerve bundles. 


In oncology, an accurate syringe is essential for various aspects of cancer care, including chemotherapy administration, intravenous medication delivery, and precision biopsies. 3Dose™ syringes enable oncologists to carefully control the infusion rate in various cancer treatments, like chemotherapy, and ensure that patients receive the correct dosage tailored to their individual needs.

In addition to chemotherapy, 3Dose™ syringes can also be utilized for administering supportive medications such as antiemetics, growth factors, and pain management drugs. These medications may be injected subcutaneously, intramuscularly, or intravenously, depending on the patient's condition and treatment plan.

Furthermore, 3Dose™ syringes can be of great use for biopsies. The syringe's accuracy and precision allow oncologists to obtain adequate tissue samples with minimal trauma to surrounding tissue.

Overall, in oncology, the accurate syringe serves as a versatile tool for medication administration, supportive care, and diagnostic procedures.


In ophthalmology, an accurate syringe is utilized for various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures aimed at treating eye conditions and preserving vision. One common application is the administration of intraocular injections to treat conditions like macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, or uveitis. The precise control offered by a 3Dose™ syringe ensures that the medication is delivered safely and effectively into the targeted intraocular space.

Moreover, 3Dose™ syringes are used in procedures such as intravitreal injections and subconjunctival injections. In addition, accurate syringes are essential for performing diagnostic procedures such as intracameral injections or obtaining aqueous humor samples for laboratory analysis.

Furthermore, in ophthalmic surgeries like cataract surgery or glaucoma surgery, 3Dose™ syringes can be used to administer local anesthesia or to deliver medications intraoperatively.

Overall, 3Dose™ syringes can play a vital role in ophthalmological procedures by facilitating precise medication delivery.


In radiology, an accurate syringe is a fundamental tool for various diagnostic and interventional procedures involving the administration of contrast agents, medications, or local anesthetics.

Some primary applications a 3Dose™ syringe can be used for are computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or angiographies. The accuracy of a 3Dose™ syringe ensures the precise delivery of the contrast agent, optimizing image quality and therefore the diagnostic accuracy.

Moreover, 3Dose™ syringes can be used in interventional radiology procedures such as image-guided biopsies, drainage procedures, or vascular interventions. Additionally, 3Dose™ syringes can be utilized in radiology for precisely administering medications or local anesthetics during image-guided procedures. 


In urology, an accurate syringe serves several critical purposes in both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures related to the urinary system. These are some examples of treatments you can perform with a 3Dose™ syringe:

  1. Intravesical Injections: 3Dose™ syringes are often used to deliver medications directly into the bladder. The precise measurement and controlled delivery provided by a 3Dose™ syringe ensure that medications are administered accurately and safely into the bladder.
  2. Cystoscopy: During cystoscopy procedures, 3Dose™ syringes may be used to instill sterile saline solution into the bladder to distend it for better visualization. 3Dose™ syringes can also be employed to inject local anesthetics into the urethra or bladder to minimize discomfort during the procedure.
  3. Ureteral Stent Placement: In cases where ureteral stents are inserted, 3Dose™ syringes are utilized to inject contrast agents or saline solution through the stent to confirm its proper placement and functionality. 
  4. Prostate Biopsy: For transrectal ultrasound-guided prostate biopsies, 3Dose™ syringes are used to inject local anesthetics to minimize pain and discomfort during the procedure.
  5. Intracavernosal Injections: In the management of erectile dysfunction, 3Dose™ syringes are employed to accurately measure and administer medications to induce penile erection.
  6. Voiding Cystourethrography (VCUG): During VCUG procedures, 3Dose™ syringes may be used to instill contrast media into the bladder to assess bladder function and detect abnormalities.

Overall, 3Dose™ syringes can be valuable tools in urology, enabling precise medication delivery, contrast instillation, and anesthesia administration in various diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

Veterinary surgery

In veterinary surgery, accurate syringes are essential tools for administering medications, fluids, and anesthesia to animals during various surgical procedures and treatments. Here are some key ways in which 3Dose™ syringes can be used:

  1. Anesthesia Administration: 3Dose™ syringes are used to draw up and administer precise doses of anesthetic agents to induce and maintain anesthesia in animals undergoing surgery. This ensures that the animal receives the appropriate level of sedation or anesthesia throughout the procedure.
  2. Intravenous Medication Delivery: During surgery, 3Dose™ syringes can be employed to deliver medications to manage pain, control blood pressure, or administer antibiotics. Accurate syringes ensure that the correct dosage is administered safely and effectively.
  3. Intramuscular or Subcutaneous Injections: 3Dose™ syringes can be used to administer medications, such as pain relievers or antibiotics, via intramuscular or subcutaneous injections during and after surgery. Precise measurement and delivery are crucial to prevent under- or overdosing.
  4. Fluid Administration: 3Dose™ syringes are used to administer fluids, such as saline or electrolyte solutions, intravenously to maintain hydration and electrolyte balance during surgery or to provide supportive care to sick or dehydrated animals.
  5. Local Anesthesia: In procedures requiring local anesthesia, such as wound debridement or minor surgeries, 3Dose™ syringes can be used to inject local anesthetic agents directly into the tissue surrounding the surgical site, providing pain relief.
  6. Medication Titration: Accurate syringes are also used to titrate medications, such as pain relievers or sedatives, based on the animal's response during surgery or recovery.

Overall, 3Dose™ syringes can be valuable tools in veterinary procedures for administering medications, anesthesia, and fluids whilst minimizing the discomfort for animals.