Stratis IM/SC Makes Your
Pharma Products Better
Your injectable products’ performance can be improved with Stratis intramuscular/subcutaneous delivery.
Houser, et al (2022)
Lassauniere, et al (2021)
Gaudinski, et al (2018)
Faster to Market
Stratis is commercialized with worldwide registrations and our jet injector systems are the first and only WHO prequalified needle-free delivery technology.
87% of Healthcare Providers who used Stratis and 93% of Patients choose needle-free over traditional needle and syringe.
Stratis IM/SC Jet Injector System Product Features
- Intramuscular/subcutaneous delivery
- Fixed dose 0.5 ml
- Hand-held with separate charging station
- Similar workflow to needle and syringe
- Delivers injectables in ~1/10 of a second
- All injectables
- Minimal training required
Stratis IM/SC Needle-free Injection System Follows a Familiar Workflow
Prepare the Injector
Fill the Syringe
Workflow is comparable to needle and syringe. Most users are self- or web-educated within 20 minutes. Refer to Instructions for Use and the individual device and vaccine labeling to ensure safe injections and to review risks.
See How Stratis Needle-free Injection Improves Traditional Needle and Syringe Workflow:
Preferred by Caregivers
See firsthand how the PharmaJet Stratis IM/SC could improve the caregiver and beneficiary experience.
Stratis Needle-free Injection System Components
Syringe – 0.5 ml
13mm Vial Adapter
20mm Filling Adapter
Stratis 0.5 ml Needle-free Injection System –
Marketing Clearance for the following Indications for Use
“The PharmaJet Stratis Needle-free Injection System is intended to deliver various medications and vaccines either intramuscularly or subcutaneously by means of a narrow, precise fluid stream, which penetrates the skin and delivers the medicine or vaccine to the body. Healthcare providers who routinely administer injections may use the PharmaJet Needle-free Injection System. It may be used for adults and children. It can also be used by patients authorized by their physicians to self-inject, or to have other individuals administer injections of prescribed medication.”
Center for Disease Control and Prevention –
CDC 2011 General Recommendations on Immunizations
“Jet injectors prevent needlestick injuries to healthcare providers and can overcome improper, unsterile reuse and other drawbacks of needles and syringes. Immune responses generated by jet injectors against both attenuated and inactivated viral and bacterial antigens are usually equivalent to, and occasionally greater than, immune responses induced by needle injection.”
Certifications / Registrations
Please contact PharmaJet for a complete list of registrations and certifications