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Sure Comfort Insulin Syringes - 31 G, 0.3 cc, 5/16 in - 100 ea - Model 22-6503

Sure Comfort Insulin Syringes - 31 G, 0.3 cc, 5/16 in - 100 ea - Model 22-6503
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High quality disposable insulin syringes
Sure Comfort® Insulin Syringes - 31 Gauge, 3/10cc, 5/16"
Short Needle Disposable Insulin Syringes

Sure Comfort® Short Insulin Syringes are designed to reduce insulin waste with the low dead space. The attached finger grips help users have better control of the needles and injections. There are clear markings on the barrel of the syringes to allow for accurate dosages. In addition, Sure Comfort® Short Insulin Syringes are lubricated to provide the maximum comfort and are UV bonded to ensure stability and durability.

Questions: Call Manufacturer at 1-800-886-1618 or Visit www.allisonmedical.com

 

Features:

  • U-100 INSULIN
  • For 30 Units or Less
  • 31 Gauge 5/16" (8 mm) Needle
  • 100 Single Use Syringes


Allison Medical, Inc
8160 Blakeland Dr., Unit C
Littleton, Colorado 80125
©2007 Allison Medical www.allisonmedical.com

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Features:

  • U-100 INSULIN
  • For 30 Units or Less
  • 31 Gauge 5/16" (8 mm) Needle
  • 100 Single Use Syringes


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