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Shopping for syringes is an incredibly important and personal task for patients with diabetes. But OTC Wholesale seeks to make it as easy as possible by creating individual centers for medical products vital to managing diabetes, such as this Disposable Insulin Syringes Center. This is where you'll find not only disposable insulin syringes, but also pen needles, hypodermic needles, retractable safety syringes and even alcohol swabs from top name brands like BD, Covidien, Easy Touch, ReliaMed and Sure Comfort. The Ultra-Fine II Insulin Syringe from BD is one of our best sellers, but we have countless other options from low to high gauge needles. We also make it easy to search by gauge, size and length to pinpoint the precise needle you're after. And, as always, we buy in bulk and pass along the savings to you in the form of wholesale prices. The BD Ultra-Fine II Insulin Syringes 31G 1cc 5/16 in - 90 ea is our current most popular.

We hope that you find something here that will be useful and economical. If you are a retailer or are interested in a quote for larger quantities, please call or email us by clicking here.

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