A “robotic” pill without metal or springs succeeded in conducting its first human trial in February, according to IEEE Spectrum .
The pill is designed to pump the interior of the intestinal wall with a drug-filled needle thanks to an inflatable balloon. The first human test carried out successfully tested the inflatable balloon part of the design – the drug filled needles will be tested in another human trial
The RaniPill, developed and patented by Rani Therapeutics, has already carried out 100 animal studies and recently he also studied the person – which means that he could revolutionize people who pour drugs. This releases two gases that mix with creating carbon dioxide, which tells a balloon that exploded an unavoidable needle into the intestine wall. There are no springs or metals used in the design.
And there's, you won't notice that it's there or that you tell a balloon inside of your intestine. Rani Therapeutics argues that, unlike injections through the skin, the pill does not involve pain and that it could reduce the cost of injections to “most drugs.” Half fasted.
Food had little impact, except the time it took to relieve the pill residue. Multi-X-rays confirmed the location of the pill as it made its way through the bodies of materials.
Mir Imran inventor has swallowed the pill “a few times” ̵