Clinical Performance and Safety of the ID Adapter, a Prototype Intradermal Delivery Technology for Vaccines, Drugs, and Diagnostic Tests

The authors of this article, published in Procedia in Vaccinology, discuss a Phase 1 clinical study conducted to evaluate the intradermal (ID) adapter, a prototype intradermal delivery aid, for safety and precision of injection. The authors present study results which show that the ID adapter appears to be safe and effective as an alternative to the Mantoux method of ID delivery for future use in clinical evaluations of ID delivery of vaccines, skin tests, and other drugs.

Author(s): Jarrahian C, Zehrung D, Saxon E, Griswold E, Klaff L

Published: 2012

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    Citation: Jarrahian C, Zehrung D, Saxon E, Griswold E, Klaff L. Clinical Performance and Safety of the ID Adapter, a Prototype Intradermal Delivery Technology for Vaccines, Drugs, and Diagnostic Tests. Procedia in Vaccinology. 2012;6:125-133.