Onset Cartridge Connector


The Cartridge Connector has a sterile transfer tube that creates a fluid path between the two containers and is designed to allow the solution from the first container to be delivered via the transfer tube into the second container, where it mixes with the fluid in the second container. Simultaneously, fluid is displaced from the second container into the fluid Reservoir.

This allows a practitioner, for instance, to conveniently buffer a local anesthetic cartridge by replacing a small amount of anesthetic solution in the local anesthetic cartridge with sodium bicarbonate solution, using the 1.8mL anesthetic cartridge itself as the mixing vessel.

How It Works

The Cartridge Connector has a sterile transfer tube that creates a fluid path between the two containers and is designed to allow the solution from the first container to be delivered via the transfer tube into the second container, where it mixes with the fluid in the second container. Simultaneously, fluid is displaced from the second container into the Fluid Reservoir.