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The syringe helped us overcome many diseases. However, sometimes syringes caused secondary infections, leading to innocent patients. Reducing this situation will reduce many patients, and more will enjoy a healthy life.
I added some ideas to the syringe to overcome this situation, and so a 'SAIS' was born to help reduce secondary infections.
In cases such as AIDS, medical staff are sometimes infected by needles. To prevent this, the cap of the syringe is designed to act as a guard.
The protrusion at the end of the syringe sealed the hole, making it unusable, and the user could easily tell whether it was used by the status of the protrusion.
Department of Industrial Design
Republic of Korea, Seoul, South Korea
Seung Min Ha,