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1/2 mL Lo-Dose Insulin Syringe 28g x 1/2" Micro-Fine IV Needle - Box of 100

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BD Lo-Dose Insulin Syringe 28 G x 1/2"
  • Bevel: Regular
  • Latex Free
  • 28 Gauge
  • 1/2 inch Needle length
  • Sterile
  • Type of insulin: U-100
  • Volume 0.5cc

1/2 mL Lo-Dose Insulin Syringe 28g x 1/2" Micro-Fine IV Needle


AllegroMedical.com presents The Lo-Dose Insulin Syringe Micro-Fine IV Needle. This is a 1/2 mL BD Lo-Dose™ U-100 insulin syringe with 28 G x 1/2 in. BD Micro-Fine™ IV permanently attached needle, regular bevel, regular wall. (Orange) Self-contained. BD Medical - Medical Surgical Systems is a global leader for hypodermic needles and syringes. BD has been a pioneer and leader in developing high-quality, easy-to-use injection devices designed to protect healthcare workers from needlestick injuries and exposure to blood borne pathogens.

Specifications:

  • Bevel: Regular
  • Latex Free
  • 28 Gauge
  • 1/2 inch Needle length
  • Sterile
  • Type of insulin: U-100
  • Volume 0.5cc
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Brand Name Micro-Fine
Manufacturer Number 329465
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Questions: I am looking for a "low dose" insulin syringe for giving my cat 1 1/2 units of insulin. I need a U-100 syringe that only has 10 units total with 1/2 unit markings clearly marked on the syringe. Would this syringe work as most syringes have 30 unit markings and this picture looks like this syringe has 50 units! I have used U-40 low dose syringes in the past and they have the 1/2 unit markings with only 10 units total for the syringe but I am having to change the type of insulin my cat gets and need a U-100 low dose syringe. Please respond. Thanks 0 Answers
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