Monoject Softpack Insulin Syringe - 1ml (100 Units) 28g x 1/2"

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Monoject Softpack Insulin Syringe - 1ml (100 Units) 28g x 1/2"

  • One step peel-away package for quick and easy opening
  • 28 gauge x 1/2"
  • Clear, non-glare barrel construction for precise medication measurement
  • Sterile
  • Latex Free

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Monoject Softpack Insulin Syringe - 1ml (100 Units) 28g x 1/2"

Save on Monoject Softpack Insulin Syringes. The insulin syringe features a one step peel-away package to facilitate easy opening for aseptic handling.

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Monoject Softpack Insulin Syringe - 1ml (100 Units) 28g x 1/2"

8881601101 - Box of 100 - $9.89

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Monoject Softpack Insulin Syringe - 1ml (100 Units) 28g x 1/2" Reviews Summary

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Average Rating
108 reviews
100 out of 105 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Easy to Use (60)
Safe (35)
Economical (34)
Lightweight (34)
Portable (28)
Top Cons

None (4)
Flimsy (3)
One needel was broken (1)
Heavy (1)
Needle dull (1)
Top Best Uses

At home (36)
Daily Use (26)
Adults (18)
On the go (12)
Elderly care (7)
1-5 of 108 reviews
1 2 3
Great Buy!

Pros:
Easy to Use. Economical. Durable. Reliable. Painless. Lightweight. Portable. Compact.
Best Uses:
At home. Chronic care. Elderly care. Pediatric care. Adults. Daily Use. Travel. On the go. Medical facility. Elderly. Emergency. Emergency care.
Describe Yourself:
Healthy. Athletic.

This is a great product I would order again and again!

by from marietta,GA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 5 found this review helpful
I get good service and timely deliveries

Pros:
Easy to Use. Reliable. Economical.
Best Uses:
At home. Chronic care. Adults.
Describe Yourself:
Caregiver.

I can buy in bulk and save time and money.

by from Oklahoma City Oklahoma
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
You can't beat the price

Pros:
Easy to Use. Economical. Safe. Accurate. Reliable. Painless. Lightweight. Portable. Easy Storage.
Cons:
Flimsy. needles get barbs .
Best Uses:
At home. Chronic care. Adults. Daily Use.
Describe Yourself:
chronic pain. unhappy. depressed.

I have used this and only this site for years even have my daughter using you now. Normally everything is great, but this last order I am not very happy with, when I draw my meds out the tip gets a barb and let me tell you, the 1st time I didn't notice and it hurt like hell pulling it out. What I have to do is draw it up and then put it in another, that way it don't hurt. I was hopeing that it would be only the 1 box out of the 3 I bought, the 2nd box is about the same way as the 3rd same way. The 2nd and 3rd box have had a few that I don't need to put it in another syringe. I live on very little money and I hate wasting money like this, I am hopeing that my next order is back to being great once again, Thank You very much,Misty

by from U.P MI
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
You can't beat the price

Pros:
Easy to Use. Economical. Safe. Accurate. Reliable. Painless. Lightweight. Portable.
Cons:
they get burs to quickly.
Best Uses:
At home. Adults. Daily Use. Travel. On the go. Medical facility.
Describe Yourself:
chronic pain.

I use them for my liquid pain meds and insulin. The only problem I have is the tips get...well like little burs and they tear up where ever you you give yourself a shot, I have figured out how to fix that, I use a very fine nail file and it knots it off. It don't bothere me to much but it really is a pain in the butt if you forget to do it.

by from U.P MI
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 out of 1 found this review helpful
I would buy this product again and again

Pros:
Easy to Use.
Best Uses:
Adults. On the go.

Personal use

by from North Hollywood, ca
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1-5 of 108 reviews
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I noticed what I think are typos on these pages, or possibly a different picture than what is described. I saw a few descriptions of 1cc/100 unit syringes on here, but when I look at the picture it only goes up to 50 units... or vice versa??? Am I missing something here or are there some pictures or decriptions that don't match each other? If so, which do I go by the picture or the description? I am thinking about using the 1cc/100 unit Monoject with 28g x 1/2" tip, however I'm not sure that's what I'm actually going to get. I think this particular one is the featured item on this page at $14.46 per 100ct box. Can anyone tell me if they have ordered this before and if it IS actually 100 units? Item #539358. Thank you for any help you may be able to give me on this!
Asked on May 18, 2013 10:40:44 PM by 4adam12 from TN
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If you order the Kendall Monoject Ultra Comfort 28 Insulin Syringes you will get the 1ml (100cc) 28G X 1/2" you don't need to change out the tip...hope this helps..M
Answered on Jun 30, 2013 7:07:07 PM by mark_Roseville from Roseville, CA
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Can you remove the needles from the syringes? I use a different size needle, but I need this size syringe and I can't find them being sold without needles on this site.
Asked on Jan 7, 2013 1:28:51 AM by Morgan from CA
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No, the needles are fixed and not removable.
Answered on Jan 4, 2014 8:02:48 PM by Rex from Southside, Chicago
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No you cannot remove the needles.They are permanently attatched.
Answered on Jan 12, 2014 4:53:44 AM by realdeal from Georgia
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is there a smaller length insulin syringe length than 12.7mm with a 29 guage?
Asked on Sep 7, 2012 8:07:46 PM by blondie from ohio
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I only take 5 units x 3 times a day how do I know which to order
Asked on Jun 22, 2011 2:08:21 PM by barnowl1313 from buckleye
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You should use the half cc syringes, for such a small amount, a full cc syringe would just be a waste, and possibly more difficult to hold just for such a minute amount of, ... Insulin? Hope this helped, good luck. :D
Answered on Jan 3, 2013 2:38:15 AM by Jimmy_Jam from Vancouver, WA
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Yes, a very small 29gauge by 1/2 inch needle.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 7:25:03 PM by Poppo from Colorado
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if you use three different needles 90 for thirty days if it were me i would load 1 syringe with 15 units keep refrigerated and use one a day = 30 for 30 days
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 1:49:49 AM by ray from va
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Each time a needle is re-used it removes lubricant from the needle & looses sharpness. Ouch!
Answered on Dec 31, 2013 1:19:17 PM by diabetic 4 52years from Maryland
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Does this have a needle?
Asked on May 16, 2011 4:41:09 PM by Yaya from Chicago
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Of course. This is a one piece insulin syringe. You do not need to attach a separate needle as you would an inner-muscular syringe.
Answered on Dec 21, 2012 11:58:13 PM by 1Sgt of Marines from Retired
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We use these for our blind, diabetic dog. He takes 18 mg 2X per day. He does not seem to mind the injections, presumably because the needles are so small.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 7:23:34 PM by Poppo from Colorado
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yes it is 28 gauge needle .05 =1/2 inch long
Answered on Jan 10, 2013 1:51:53 AM by ray from va
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Part Number(s): 096 0082, 096 0081

Mfg Part Number(s): 8881601101

Scrip Part Number(s): 096 0081, 096 0082