Are You Using Rebismart?

Well I'm glad that I cleared it up - even if using the Rebismart injection device, I can collect Air Miles!

I was worried that I was going to be forced to decide between rewards and injection comfort!

I don't have my Rebismart yet, but it's on the way. This device will hold a weeks worth (3) of syringes. The needle remains hidden (not that I'm scared of needles) throughout the injection process. The Rebismart is battery powered, and injects quietly, as opposed to a spring loaded injector, like the Rebiject, shown here:

According to the representative at the Multiple Support Program (the telephone nursing company used by EMD Serono to assist Rebif users), I am the first patient in Manitoba to be using the device.

Are you using Rebismart? Let me know!



Ladyfingers said...
February 20, 2010 at 6:53 p.m.

It certainly does sound like Rebismart will take some of the time & distress out of those 3 nights a week. No loud injection noise is a bonus! Will you still do the pinch?


corina said...
February 21, 2010 at 6:56 a.m.

looks sturdier...less opportunity for slippage

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