Manufacturer of Injection Instruments

A wide range of precision injection instruments are manufactured and supplied under the AccuPoint™ brand, including various types of syringes and needles, infusion sets and IV cannulas, transfusion bags and sets, surgical blades and other injection and infusion supplies.
Injection Instruments
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3-Way Stopcock
Arterial Blood Collection Syringes
Auto-Disable Syringes
Blood Collection Needles
Blood Collection System
Blood Transfusion Bag
Blood Transfusion Set
Central Venous Catheter (CVC) Kit
Control Syringes
Disposable Syringes
Enteral Feeding Bag Set
Enteral Feeding Set
EVA Infusion Bag
Hemodialysis Catheter Kit
Hemodialysis Dialyzer
Heparin Cap
Hypodermic Needles
Insulin Pen Needles
Insulin Syringes
IV Cannulas
IV Infusion Set
Medical Guide Wire
Needle Free Connector
Safety IV Cannulas
Safety Needles
Safety Syringes
Scalp Vein Sets
Spinal Needles
Surgical Blades
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  • 13485
    Medical Devices QMS
  • 9001
    Quality Management
  • 0123
    TÜV Certified Quality System


  • CE
  • DOC
  • ISO
  • FSC
  • COA


  • STED Dossier
  • Device Master File
  • Technical Data Sheet

Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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See why we are one of the fastest growing manufacturers of medical devices and supplies.

We are especially well positioned for developing and developed markets alike, as our products are comparable in quality to higher cost brands, but at a lower price point to meet the needs of competitive markets. Our unique market position has made our brands some of the fastest growing globally.

A. Russo, RN

Medical Advisory Board

What is the meaning of Injection Instruments?

Injection Instruments are devices used to administer medication or fluids directly into the body. They include syringes, needles, infusion sets, and IV cannulas. Injection instruments are common in hospitals, clinics, and healthcare settings for administering vaccines and drugs, delivering fluids, and more.

Injection instruments come in different sizes and shapes, with different features depending on their intended use. For instance, needles vary in length and thickness depending on where they are meant to be inserted into the body. Infusion sets include tubing and needles that can be inserted into veins or arteries to provide a continuous flow of medication or fluids. IV cannulas are small, flexible tubes that can be inserted into a vein to deliver medication or fluids.

The evolution of injection instruments has been influenced by advances in technology and feedback from medical professionals. Modern designs emphasize patient comfort, precision in delivery, and user-friendly interfaces. For example, auto-injectors have been developed to allow patients with conditions like diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis to self-administer medication with minimal discomfort and hassle. Furthermore, innovations like safety-engineered needles are designed to reduce the risk of needlestick injuries, highlighting the industry's commitment to safety and continuous improvement.

The use of injection instruments requires meticulous attention to detail and rigorous adherence to best practices. Proper training ensures that healthcare professionals can accurately dose and administer medications, minimizing the risk of overdose or underdose. Furthermore, understanding and consistently applying infection control measures, like hand hygiene and proper instrument disposal, protect both the patient and the healthcare provider. Emphasizing needle safety not only prevents unintentional injuries but also reduces the potential transmission of bloodborne pathogens.

What are Injection Instruments used for?

What is the purpose of Injection Instruments?

Injection instruments are used for administering medications, vaccines, and other substances into the body. They play a vital role in medical procedures, including blood sampling, insulin administration for diabetes management, anesthesia administration during surgeries, and vaccine delivery for immunization programs.

What is the importance of using sterile Injection Instruments?

Sterilization eliminates bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other harmful microorganisms that could potentially cause diseases or complications. When non-sterile instruments are used, patients are at a heightened risk of acquiring infections at the injection site, which can then spread to other parts of the body. This not only jeopardizes the health and well-being of the patient but can also lead to extended hospital stays, additional medical costs, and in severe cases, life-threatening conditions. Moreover, ensuring the use of sterile instruments upholds the medical standard of care and reinforces trust between healthcare providers and patients.

Are there risks associated with using Injection Instruments?

Yes, improper use of injection instruments can lead to risks such as needlestick injuries, infection at the injection site, and transmission of diseases if needles are shared or reused. Therefore, it's essential that healthcare professionals follow safety guidelines and patients never share tools.

Can Injection Instruments be reused?

While some parts of an injection instrument, like the syringe body, can be sterilized and reused in some settings, the needles themselves are typically single-use to prevent cross-contamination and the spread of diseases. Additionally, consistent reuse can compromise the structural integrity of the instrument, potentially leading to malfunctions or breakages during procedures.

How should Injection Instruments be disposed?

Proper disposal of used injection instruments is crucial to prevent needlestick injuries, environmental contamination, and unauthorized reuse. Used needles and syringes should be immediately placed in FDA-approved sharps disposal containers, which are puncture-resistant and labeled with biohazard symbols. These containers should be kept out of reach of children and pets. Once full, the container should be disposed of according to local regulations, often through approved community drop-off sites, mail-back programs, or household hazardous waste collection events.

What are some common safety precautions when using Injection Instruments?

Proper hand hygiene, wearing gloves, and disinfecting the injection site are essential to minimize infection risks. Healthcare professionals should also adhere to correct needle disposal practices to prevent accidental needlestick injuries. Furthermore, the correct technique for administering injections, including proper angle and depth, helps ensure accurate delivery and patient safety.

Are there different types of needles for different injection purposes?

Yes, needles come in various lengths and gauges to accommodate different injection purposes and patient needs. For example, intramuscular injections require longer needles to reach muscle tissue, while subcutaneous injections use shorter needles. Thicker gauges may be used for thicker medications, and thinner gauges for less viscous solutions. The appropriate needle choice depends on factors like the patient's age, body size, injection site, and medication viscosity.

Types of Injection Instruments

  • Injection & Precision Instruments are designed to cater to various medical needs. These include disposable syringes, needles, and insulin pens for precise medication administration, scalpels for surgical procedures, and specialized blood collection equipment for diagnostic purposes. Their precision ensures that healthcare providers can deliver care with accuracy, reducing the chances of complications.
  • IV (Intravenous) Supplies cover everything from infusion sets and IV cannulas for fluid administration, guidewires for catheter placement, scalp vein sets for venous access, to three-way stopcocks and heparin caps for secure and hygienic IV line management. These tools are vital in ensuring that patients receive the right amount of fluids and medications directly into their bloodstream.
  • Blood Transfusion Sets are designed for carrying out safe and efficient blood transfusion processes. Equipment includes blood transfusion bags and sets, as well as kits and other components that aid in the collection, processing, storage, and transfusion of blood. Proper utilization of these sets is imperative for reducing the risk of bloodborne diseases and ensuring the health of recipients.
  • Enteral Feeding Sets are designed to deliver medications and nutrition to patients who have difficulty with oral feeding. These ensure that patients receive the necessary sustenance and treatment, even when conventional feeding methods are not an option. The use of these sets plays a crucial role in improving patient recovery and maintaining optimal nutritional balance.

List of common Injection Instruments

AccuPoint™ injection instruments cover a diverse range of tools and devices designed for various medical procedures, including blood transfusions, intravenous therapy, and specialized interventions. Here are some examples:

Intravenous IV Supplies:

Why are we a leading Injection Instruments manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma has established itself as a dependable manufacturer of Injection Instruments, owing its dedication to providing excellent value to distributors. This commitment is evident in the company's focus on manufacturing high-quality yet cost-effective injection instrument products, and tailored solutions adapted for specific markets. With an extensive portfolio of over 500 product configurations, with specification options to meet every parenteral administration need, AdvaCare Pharma caters to the clinical necessities of hospitals and clinics.

The company operates injection instrument manufacturing facilities in China, India and the USA, all of which comply with strict ISO and CE requirements. The adherence to these stringent standards is ensured through regular government, internal and external facility inspections, fostering trust among distributors and healthcare professionals.

Celebrating a 20-year history of manufacturing affordable, quality-assured injection (parenteral) products, AdvaCare Pharma's commitment to enhancing global healthcare is clear. Our data-driven, methodical approach to supply chain management, backed by teams of highly skilled professionals, guarantees efficient operations.