Bryson Pritchard - Dyad Syringe

Bryson Pritchard

Bryson Pritchard

Student Entrepreneur
Major: Entrepreneurship and Professional Sales
Class of 2021
Hometown: Ormond Beach, Florida

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My name is Bryson Pritchard and I have worked in a Intensive Care unit for three years. One day in the ICU still sticks with me. A patient went into cardiac Arrest and I was one of the first to respond. At the end of this situation I remember looking at the floor and seeing it littered with half-used syringes of normal saline solution. Then I looked to my left and saw a nurse struggling to attach one last syringe onto the patient’s IV line.

This problem arrises with the current method of medication administration in which medicine is drawn up on a syringe and administered. Then an entirely separate syringe, full of normal saline solution, is used to flush the stagnant medication left in the IV line into the vein. This doubles the time, cost, and infection rates associated with giving a medication.

My solution is the Dyad Syringe, a two compartment syringe. The rear compartment is pre-filled with saline solution and the front compartment is packaged empty to allow the healthcare professional to draw up any dose and type of medication.

Please help me help save lives with the future of medication administration.

Get started with a business idea

Good for you! You have taken one of the most difficult steps in entrepreneurship - deciding to get started (most people never make it this far...)

Acting upon your business idea will require you go through a sequence of activities, which typically begin with finding out if there is a market for your product. Here's the good news: You don't have to go through these activities alone. We will help you!

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Join the entrepreneurship club

Stetson's entrepreneurship club is aimed at anyone who wants to be involved in creating, innovating and building. You don't need a business idea to join the club. We welcome everyone. So, regardless of your major, class standing and GPA, join us!

Participate in a business pitch competition

We are excited you are considering joining a business pitch competition! Participating in pitch competitions is a fun and valuable activity for entrepreneurs. Pitch competitions will give you the opportunity to get feedback about your ideas, practice selling skills, and sometimes, win prizes!

Nothing is stopping from participating in pitch competitions. If you are representing Stetson University, however, we ask you to contact us with anticipation. We want to help you do your best, and to do so, we will request your engagement in multiple Stetson-based activities prior to the competition.

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Connect with other entrepreneurs

Connecting with other entrepreneurs is an extremely valuable experience for anyone developing a business idea or launching a startup. There are many opportunities to meet entrepreneurs locally:

Get funding

We can help you connect with funding sources for your business idea and startup, including:

  • Local investors
  • Stetson Entrepreneurship Program's Advisory Board
  • Stetson alumni network
  • Crowdfunding campaigns

We will work closely with you to get your business idea ready for investors.

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Protect my intellectual property

Whether you seek a patent, copyright, trademark or any other kind of legal protection, we will help you connect with local intellectual property attorneys.

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Switch my major/minor to entrepreneurship

Excellent! We are excited you are joining our program. The process to change your major or minor is very simple. Simply go to the Registrar's Forms webpage and go own to "Other" and complete the form to change either your major or minor.

I don't know what my next step is

We are here to help you achieve your academic, career and startup goals. Don't hesitate to contact us for any questions about entrepreneurship - especially if you are unsure what to ask.

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The students involved in the Prince Entrepreneurship Leaders program are actively developing their business ideas. These ideas invariably require funding for many small, but critical things, including:

  • Graphic design: like logo development
  • Legal documents: such as NDAs, contractual agreements, filing an LLC, filing for provisional patent status
  • Web development: like Wix and Shopify accounts, domain names, web hosting
  • Market testing and validation through digital ads
  • Collateral material: such as brochures, flyers, posters
  • Commercial-grade prototyping
  • Cloud-based storage: like Dropbox, Google Drive
  • Training courses
  • Books

Help the next generation of entrepreneurs get their business ideas started. And who knows, you may be part of getting the next "Facebook" off the ground!