MONOJECT Softpack Insulin Syringes 1 cc/ml - 29g x 1/2" 8881601358

MONOJECT Softpack Insulin Syringes 1 cc/ml -  29g x 1/2" 8881601358
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MONOJECT Softpack Insulin Syringes 1 cc/ml - 29g x 1/2" 8881601358

  • Needle size: 29 gauge x 1/2" long
  • Capacity: 1 cc/ml
  • Dosage: 100 units
  • Sterile
  • Non Detachable Needle
  • Clear barrel for easy read measurements
  • Individually packaged
  • Model: 8881601358

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MONOJECT Softpack Insulin Syringes 1 cc/ml - 29g x 1/2" 8881601358

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MONOJECT Softpack Insulin Syringes 1 cc/ml - 29g x 1/2" 8881601358 Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
105 reviews
102 out of 104 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy to Use (34)
Economical (32)
Safe (28)
Lightweight (25)
Portable (18)
Top Cons

none (2)
None at (1)
None at all (1)
can't separate needle/syr (1)
Hard to use (1)
Top Best Uses

At home (32)
On the go (17)
Chronic care (12)
Emergency care (7)
Elderly care (6)
1-5 of 105 reviews
1 2 3
Great Service!!

Pros:
Great product. . Great product. . Fast shipping.
Best Uses:
At home.
Describe Yourself:
Fitness.

I love the fast shipping and the pricing was fair.

by from Ohio
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
Gr8 purchase, gr8 product & gr8 price! Verified Reviewer

Pros:
Portable. Easy to Use. Economical. Safe. Lightweight. Durable. Easy Storage.
Cons:
Having to buy 100 min. .
Best Uses:
At home. On the go. Chronic care. Medical facility. Emergency care.
Describe Yourself:
Average Health. Fitness. Field service & Lab tech.

- Disposable - Flawless when new - Quick delivery! - More than reasonable price

by from Missouri
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
I would buy these again

Pros:
Easy to Use. Economical. Safe.
Best Uses:
At home. On the go.
Describe Yourself:
Healthy.

easy to read and use

by from Kansas CIty, MO
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
insulin syringes at a great price

Pros:
Easy to Use. Economical. Easy Storage.
Best Uses:
At home.
Describe Yourself:
doggie mom.

Great pricing and quick shipping. Couldn't ask for more. thx

by from Gatesville, Tx
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 out of 3 found this review helpful
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Pros:
Economical. Safe.
Cons:
Hard to use. Bent Needles.
Best Uses:
At home. On the go.
Describe Yourself:
Healthy.

The syringes were hard to use; the plunger does not move easily within the barrel. Many of the needles were not straight, they were bent, which made administering my dosage hard.

by from Tampa, FL
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
5 out of 8 found this review helpful
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is this product the same as Kendall Monoject 888151144
Asked on Jun 5, 2012 10:10:39 AM by denise from rockville
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Yes, I've got many boxes and the 28G are my fav. but when I don't wanna leave marks I use 29G or even as small as a 31G. But yes Kendall Is and was on every box on Monoject syringes and are quality one's 4 cheap as well. last I paid 12bucks and got free shipping. I always wait until they have free shipping no min. order. Hope this helps U out! Chris-
Answered on Jul 23, 2013 2:37:31 AM by Shooter from San Diego CA
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would these syringes be covered by my husband's Medicare?
Asked on Apr 25, 2012 12:28:27 PM by Alley from Raleigh, NC.
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I've ordered this product from Allegro Medical online from both Texas and Michigan and was never asked for a presecription. Can't say for certain if it's the same in Florida, but probably... hope this helps...
Answered on Dec 29, 2012 3:36:21 AM by Lisa from Michigan
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No you do not need a prescription for Insulin needles.
Answered on Sep 6, 2015 6:23:52 AM by EB1992 from Florida
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Are these syringes covered by Medicare
Asked on Apr 25, 2012 12:25:38 PM by C2 from Raleigh, NC
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They should be if you have a prescription. You don't need a prescription to buy them yourself, but if you want any insurance to cover them you need a prescription for the syringes, and you have to have an accompanying prescription for the product the syringe will deliver. such as insulin, B12 etc. You may or may not have to have the two prescriptions filled together. I get mine here because the drug stores rarely carry the 1 ml. syringe with a 29-30 gauge needle as most insulin users only need a .50 ml syringe. I use them for B12.
Answered on Feb 27, 2013 9:12:31 AM by Sunny McAlister from Gloucester, Virginia
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Do I need a prescription to order insulin syringes?
Asked on Apr 24, 2012 9:50:47 AM by Terry from Florida
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Answered on Jul 28, 2012 1:30:12 PM by DJC from Chandler
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Answered on Nov 26, 2012 1:51:05 AM by bg from modesto
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Interested in the Monoject Softpack Insulin Syringes 1cc/ml 29g x 1/2" but I need them with a detachable needle.At the top in the description it says non-detachable but in the product description it says detachable. Can I get these with detachable needles. Thanks, Nick
Asked on Oct 27, 2011 2:43:48 PM by Nick from Chattanooga, TN
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The needles on this particular product are NOT detachable.... you probably could find another kind taht is similar with detachable, but I'm only familiar with this particular type..... hope this helps some...
Answered on Dec 29, 2012 3:41:27 AM by Lisa from Michigan
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Is this a Luer Lock Syringe?
Asked on Aug 18, 2011 9:26:08 AM by kherm from Wisconsin
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No. Luer Lock is a standardized system for seperating and joining needles from syringes. Almost all insulin syringes, however, have a built in needle that cannot be seperated and rejoined. If it doesn't say "Luer Lock", or "Luer Slip" in the description, assume it is a standard one-piece syringe-needle combo.
Answered on Feb 27, 2013 12:09:14 PM by Guru from Maryland
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My dog is diabetic and I give him 6 units of insulin daily. I asked my vet about this product & she said they would be fine as long as they are compatible with U100 Insulin. Since this is all pretty new to me and still learning, please tell me if these syringes are compatible. If you are unsure, is it possible to purchase just one so that I can have my vet talk a look at it and let me know if I can use them. Thanks
Asked on May 12, 2011 3:44:20 PM by Diane from Apple Valley, CA
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Yes you can use these. 6 of 40U would equal 1.5 of 100U according to a chart which I found on google. The info also said that they recommend using the proper size syringe. My dog has just been diagnosed as a diabetic too. I have spent hours researching! I'm planning on ordering these syringes also.
Answered on Mar 25, 2012 8:31:50 PM by Cass from NB, Canada
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Yes they work fine for me. Go for it.
Answered on Apr 3, 2012 12:32:27 PM by Bubba from Greeneville, TN
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Everyone please note: dogs get diabetes from their food just like humans. You need to change to a Non-junk food. Go to dogfoodadvisor.com and see how bad your dog food rates. you should use no less than a 4 star food. If price is an issue, some of the lower priced decent foods are: 4Health brand at Tractor Supply, Kirkland Brand and Nature's Domain at Costco. If you can afford them, Blue Buffalo, Taste of the Wild, Wellness etc. are top quality safe foods and you will save all that vet money cos you can get your dog off of insulin. Most vets are not well versed on dog food quality. I have NEVER seen a safe dog food in a grocery store. Do Not be fooled by marketing hype, they want your money, they don't care about your dog. Purina had been inundated with reports of dog deaths and severe illnesses due to "Beneful" which is only beneful to their pockets! And done nothing to change their dangerous formulas. This goes for brands like Science Diet (most formulas) and Pedigree also. (Although I think
Answered on Feb 27, 2013 9:29:25 AM by Sunny McAlister from Gloucester, Virginia
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Part Number(s): 096 0156, 096 0155

Mfg Part Number(s): 8881601358, 8881601358

Scrip Part Number(s): 096 0155, 096 0156