Saline Flush - 10 mL fill in 10 mL syringe

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Excelsior Medical Co Saline Flush - 10 mL fill in 10 mL syringe

  • Tamper-evident packaging
  • Up to 2 year shelf life
  • Unit dose packaging - Ready to use
  • Latex and preservative free

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Excelsior Medical Co Saline Flush - 10 mL fill in 10 mL syringe

Saline Flush
10 mL Saline in a 10 mL Syringe


10 mL Saline Flush 10 mL Syrex syringes are filled with saline in a FDA-registered, cGMP controlled clean room. The Syrex Saline Flush syringes are 100% steam terminally sterilized, labeled and packaged in ready-to-use, unit-dose packaging. Prefilled flush syringes provide the healthcare practitioner with a safe and effective alternative to manually drawing from multidose vials or manually filling flush syringes. Several studies have documented issues attributed to manually filled syringes.

Features of 10 ml Saline Flush:

  • 10 mL Syringe
  • All Syrex products are terminally sterilized
  • Unit dose packaging - Ready to use
  • Resource effective - Staff focus on patient care - not syringe filling
  • Tamper-evident packaging
  • Up to 2 year shelf life
  • Barcoded to speed inventory control, minimizes errors
  • Latex and preservative free
  • Helps pharmacy comply with USP <797>
  • NDC Number - 63807-10011
  • Available in quantities - Box of 30 and Cases of 8 boxes (240)


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Excelsior Medical Co Saline Flush - 10 mL fill in 10 mL syringe

10011240 - 10 mL Saline in 10 mL syringe - Box of 30 - $19.40 ($0.65 per unit)

10011240 - 10 mL Saline in 10 mL syringe - Case of 240 - $153.49 ($0.64 per unit)



Saline Flush - 10 mL fill in 10 mL syringe Reviews Summary

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30 out of 32 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (16)
Easy Storage (16)
Lightweight (13)
Sturdy (10)
Easy to use (1)
Top Cons

none (1)
Not reusable (1)
Time it takes to process (1)
Resistence with initial f (1)
Resistence initial flush (1)
Top Best Uses

Following Surgery (5)
Elderly (4)
Emergency (4)
Mixing medication (1)
Flushing central line (1)
1-5 of 32 reviews
1 2 3
Will buy this product again from you

Pros:
Lightweight. Safe. Sturdy.
Best Uses:
use for ostomy wafer..
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

Works great when appling paste to wafer. Can't find any with tops. Paste dries hard. Great with cap

by Madea from Hopkinsville KY
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Sooooo happy to find this place!! Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. convenient, right dosage,. price.
Cons:
none.
Best Uses:
Elderly. Following Surgery.
Describe Yourself:
patient.

I have a mucus vistula and the sterile pre-filled syringes is so much better then trying to keep bottles of saline sterile and my syringes sterile.In our busy world it also saves me time.Thank you Allegro! I was amazed by how fast I received my order.

by merner from Rensselaer, In.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
GREAT IDEA

Pros:
Safe. Easy Storage. Lightweight. Sturdy. GREAT ASCEPTIC SOLUTION.
Cons:
NOT RIGHT END OF SYRINGE.
Best Uses:
Following Surgery. FLUSHING NOT IRRIGATION. FLUSHING NOT IRRIGATION.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

PURCHASED TO IRRIGATE WOUND BUT THIS SYRINGE HAS WRONG END BUT OTHER WIS&Atilde;&#138; WOULD BE GREAT FOR FLUSHING PIC LINES

by MINDY from PALATKA,FL.
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Perfect fix

Pros:
Just what I needed.
Best Uses:
IV therapy class.
Describe Yourself:
instructor.

Arrived quickly, package with no damage.

by Nurse teacher from Bakersfield, CA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
what I needed at a very reasonable price

Best Uses:
Elderly.
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Caregiver.

Used weekly to flush PIIC line.

by Lanora from TX
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 32 reviews
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can these syringes be used to fill the balloon on a foley catheter. Am more concerned if they will fit the portal fot the water to fill balloon
Asked on Dec 10, 2013 11:10:09 PM by Bev from Kentucky
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You should never use these to fill a catheter balloon. You should only use sterile water as the saline could crystalize and cause the balloon not to deflate.
Answered on Jan 29, 2014 11:56:07 AM by Gus from VA
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good afternoon. I just lost my disability insurance for my saline syringes. It only covers meds. I have a pic line andonly make 600 a month. Do you have any program to help with the cost? i dont want to live in and out of the hospital anymore. Thank you
Asked on Jul 30, 2012 6:45:00 PM by kristol from reno,nv
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What is the concentration of the saline? Can it be used for spider veins?
Asked on Jun 19, 2012 9:45:36 AM by dd from fl
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HOw many milligrams of sodium am I injecting each time I use this product?
Asked on May 20, 2012 1:34:44 PM by Tim from California
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10ml
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 8:38:41 PM by Bravis from Lubbock
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Hm. My math & conversion skills are poor, so it may be better for you to rely on your own calculation on this. ;) Each syringe contains 10mL of volume, of which 0.9% is sodium (NaCl).
Answered on Jan 11, 2013 5:30:31 AM by Devin from CA
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Each mL contains 9.0mg sodium chloride, but there's some chemistry involved. You want to know sodium, not sodium chloride, right? Calculation: .009g sodium chloride per mL x 2.5 = .0036g sodium x 1000 = 3.6mg sodium per mL, thus in 10mL, you have 36mg sodium. This is due to the fact that sodium chloride being an ionic compound and soluble in water, will dissolve and when this happens, the sodium cation and chloride anion will dissociate in solution. So 9mg of NaCl does not mean 9mg sodium. Jonathan C. Smith M.Chem., E.Met.
Answered on Apr 11, 2014 9:43:53 AM by Actinide Chemist from Pennsylvania
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Each mL contains 9.0mg sodium chloride, but there's some chemistry involved. You want to know sodium, not sodium chloride, right? Calculation: .009g sodium chloride per mL x 2.5 = .0036g sodium x 1000 = 3.6mg sodium per mL, thus in 10mL, you have 36mg sodium. This is due to the fact that sodium chloride being an ionic compound and soluble in water, will dissolve and when this happens, the sodium cation and chloride anion will dissociate in solution. So 9mg of NaCl does not mean 9mg sodium. Jonathan Smith, M.Chem., E.Met.
Answered on Apr 11, 2014 9:47:12 AM by Actinide Chemist from Pennsylvania
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can 10ml saline syringes be auto-reordered? 7i'll need them for life.
Asked on Jan 27, 2012 9:12:04 AM by mojo from brookline
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I didn't use the auto-reorder, but know it is available
Answered on Dec 23, 2012 5:45:26 PM by scamp from goldenrod
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Yes, they can be auto re-ordered. This option is clearly listed, directly above the "Add to Cart" button.
Answered on Jan 11, 2013 5:12:17 AM by Devin from CA
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I was offered the auto-refill.
Answered on May 4, 2013 8:40:56 PM by Merner from Rensselaer.In.
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Can these syringes be used on a sterile field for PORT accesses? Is the syringe itself sterile?
Asked on Jun 28, 2011 4:00:37 PM by Carol from Augusta, GA
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Yes, it can, the syringe itself is not sterile, but the solution is, and can be used for port flushes. I use it all the time and it is the same item a lot of hospitals use.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 8:40:13 PM by Bravis from Texas
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Nope: these syringes can't be used on a sterile field for port accesses. Only the terminal end is sterile, not the syringe itself. So they're fine for all your routine flushing--but are not suitable when a sterile field is desired. When I access my port, I use BD NaCl .9% 10mL sterile syringe; Mfd ID# 306553. (Searching by ID# is easiest.)
Answered on Jan 11, 2013 5:01:38 AM by Devin from CA
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are they compatible w/ BD lok-tip to flush?
Asked on Jun 12, 2011 8:47:23 AM by kjw from ohio
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Do these syringes screw into a port?
Asked on May 16, 2011 5:52:42 AM by CW from NH
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Yes, they do..just like any other syringe. I use them all the time
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 8:41:03 PM by Bravis from Texas
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Yes they do. Very handy and a great price.
Answered on Oct 7, 2013 8:49:43 AM by merner from Indiana
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Part Number(s): EXC10011240

Mfg Part Number(s): 10011240