Why you need CPIM
Most everybody knows that plastic molds from China are cheap, but there are also plenty of horror stories. If mold making in China goes wrong, it tends to go wrong in quite a big way. At CPIM we offer you the best of both worlds: our China molds and plastic parts are competitively priced, while our team of Western and Taiwanese engineers assure full conformity to Western quality standards and on-time delivery of of our services as risk insurance: We take away all the risks and headaches that you will sooner or later run in to when trying to work with Chinese plastic manufacturers directly. O ver the years we have carefully selected, tested and trained our partners to a level where they can confidently and consistently meet Western quality standards. Our Western management team and engineers are permanently located in Taiwan and China and have an accumulated 70 years of experience working in the region.
Whilst we love children, and completely understand the problems involved with arranging childcare, our premises are a place for cosmetic medical treatments and procedures and not designed for children. Most importantly our insurance will not cover children in the Clinic at all. There, we would respectfully request that you refrain from bringing your children with you to your appointments here. Under no circumstances are children allowed into the doctor’s rooms as, obviously, there is medical equipment kept in there which could be dangerous for them. We hope you understand our concerns and will help us to keep our Clinic safe.
It is possible to safely and accurately administer your injectable medications in the privacy of your home. Safe injection practices protect the patient, the person giving the injection, as well as the environment. The two common types of injections administered at home are subcutaneous, which includes the administration of insulin, and intramuscular injections. If you must give yourself injections or give injections to a close friend or family member, you must first learn how to do so from the healthcare provider who is prescribing the medication to be injected.