LuerJack syringes provides a unique one-handed ‘Click and Release’ solution with safety for patients and healthcare professionals.



LuerJack support one-handed disconnection to the healthcare professional who requires assistance during different procedures. LuerJack allows the user’s second hand to be used for simultaneous tasks – for improved workflow and process efficiency, ie during ultrasound guided procedures.

Reduced infection risk - Improved infection prevention

LuerJack increases the distance between a healthcare professional’s hand and the needle’s connection point or other female hub, reducing the risk of cross-contamination. LuerJack supports an aseptic non-touch technique.

Reduced risk of needle-stick

LuerJack supports a safe disposal of unprotected and exposed needles, as the sharps can be released directly into the sharps safety containers with the one-handed ’Click and Release’ feature.

Personal protection

LuerJack protects healthcare professionals from hazardous chemicals, by not touching the critical parts, and reducing the risk of being exposed to hazardous agents during disconnection.

Improved needle control

LuerJack’s improved needle control is a benefit in particular procedures such as drainage, Seldinger technique, administration of drugs or when performing re-injections after drainage. Medical needles are sharp and can act as cutting devices while remaining inside the tissue during disconnection.

Precise Disconnection Power

LuerJack enables precise disconnection power, which supports consistent and minimal disconnection force during all medical procedures.

All lengths of needles

LuerJack syringes works with all lengths of needles. There is a gap for longer needles where no safe solution exists today.

Sterile - non sterile

LuerJack one-handed disconnection enables a scrub healthcare professional to extract medication from a non-sterile vial with reduced risk of aseptic error.

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