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BD Insulin Syringes U-500 31 Gauge 0.5 cc 15/64 inch - 100 ea - 326730

BD Insulin Syringes U-500 31 Gauge 0.5 cc 15/64 inch - 100 ea - 326730
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BD Insulin Syringes U-500 31 Gauge 0.5 cc 15/64 inch - 100 ea - 326730

BD is a very popular brand here at OTC Wholesale. Now we have BD’s shortest syringe needles! What are these BD syringes? They are the U-500 insulin syringes. Please be sure that when you are using the U-500 syringes, that you are using U-500 insulin. Specifications of these syringes include 31 gauge needle size, 15/64 inch (6mm) needle length, and the capacity is a 0.5 cc barrel capacity for up to 250 units of U-500 insulin. There are 100 sterile, single-use syringes in the box. These syringes are not made with natural rubber latex and are non-toxic, non-pyrogenic.

View the Full Operations Manual:pdf manualBD U-500 Insulin Syringes Package Insert

Questions: Contact Manufacturer at 1-888-232-2737 or visit: www.bd.com/us/diabetes



Features

  • Bold scale markings
  • Shortest syringe needle made by BD!
  • Consistency of care
  • Reduced number of dosing steps


Specifications

  • 100 sterile, single-use syringes
  • 31 gauge needle size
  • 15/64” (6mm) needle length
  • 0.5 cc barrel capacity for up to 250 units of U-500 insulin
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Non-toxic, non-pyrogenic


Directions

  1. Gather your supplies and wash your hands
  2. Wipe the top of the vial with an alcohol prep pad and peel syringe packaging
  3. Twist green shield to expose needle and pull straight off
  4. Pull plunger of empty syringe to desired amount of units of insulin you will take
  5. Push needle through the center of the rubber top and push plunger completely down
  6. Leave needle in vial, turn vial and syringe upside down, carefully
  7. Pull plunger slowly to desired amount
  8. Pull syringe out of vial
  9. Clean injection site
  10. Hold syringe like a pencil
  11. Pinch skin and inject at a 90 degrees (straight in)
  12. Properly dispose of syringe and do not reuse


Warnings

  • Patients should only use a U-500 insulin syringe to take their U-500 insulin. Other types of syringes may require patients to convert their dose, which can cause error that may result in an overdose
  • BD and Eli Lilly believe that patients should only use a U-500 insulin syringe with the U-500 insulin vial, and advise against switching between types of syringes
  • Your physician should tell you how much Humulin R U-500 insulin to take, when to take it and how to draw up a dose using the BD U-500 insulin syringe
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • For single injection ONLY
  • Do not reuse needles
  • Do not share needles
  • Properly dispose of used syringe in accordance with local regulations


Disclaimer

The product information contained in this document, including the product images and additional product materials, was collected from various supplier sources. All product claims and specifications are those of the product suppliers and have not been independently verified by OTC Wholesale, LLC or its affiliates ("OTC Wholesale"). OTC Wholesale is not responsible for errors or omissions in the product information.
The properties of a product may change or be inaccurate following the posting or printing of the product information in the document, either in the print or online version. Caution should be exercised when using or purchasing any products from OTC Wholesale's online or print documents by closely examining the product packaging and the labeling prior to use.
Due to product changes, information listed in this document is subject to change without notice. This information is placed solely for your convenience in ordering and OTC Wholesale disclaims all responsibility for its completeness and accuracy, whether or not the inaccuracy or incompleteness is due to fault or error by OTC Wholesale.



Country of Origin: United States - US

BD
1 Becton Drive
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417

Product Reviews
  • Bold scale markings
  • Shortest syringe needle made by BD!
  • Consistency of care
  • Reduced number of dosing steps
  • 100 sterile, single-use syringes
  • 31 gauge needle size
  • 15/64” (6mm) needle length
  • 0.5 cc barrel capacity for up to 250 units of U-500 insulin
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Non-toxic, non-pyrogenic
  1. Gather your supplies and wash your hands
  2. Wipe the top of the vial with an alcohol prep pad and peel syringe packaging
  3. Twist green shield to expose needle and pull straight off
  4. Pull plunger of empty syringe to desired amount of units of insulin you will take
  5. Push needle through the center of the rubber top and push plunger completely down
  6. Leave needle in vial, turn vial and syringe upside down, carefully
  7. Pull plunger slowly to desired amount
  8. Pull syringe out of vial
  9. Clean injection site
  10. Hold syringe like a pencil
  11. Pinch skin and inject at a 90 degrees (straight in)
  12. Properly dispose of syringe and do not reuse
  • Patients should only use a U-500 insulin syringe to take their U-500 insulin. Other types of syringes may require patients to convert their dose, which can cause error that may result in an overdose
  • BD and Eli Lilly believe that patients should only use a U-500 insulin syringe with the U-500 insulin vial, and advise against switching between types of syringes
  • Your physician should tell you how much Humulin R U-500 insulin to take, when to take it and how to draw up a dose using the BD U-500 insulin syringe
  • Keep out of reach of children
  • For single injection ONLY
  • Do not reuse needles
  • Do not share needles
  • Properly dispose of used syringe in accordance with local regulations

The product information contained in this document, including the product images and additional product materials, was collected from various supplier sources. All product claims and specifications are those of the product suppliers and have not been independently verified by OTC Wholesale, LLC or its affiliates ("OTC Wholesale"). OTC Wholesale is not responsible for errors or omissions in the product information.
The properties of a product may change or be inaccurate following the posting or printing of the product information in the document, either in the print or online version. Caution should be exercised when using or purchasing any products from OTC Wholesale's online or print documents by closely examining the product packaging and the labeling prior to use.
Due to product changes, information listed in this document is subject to change without notice. This information is placed solely for your convenience in ordering and OTC Wholesale disclaims all responsibility for its completeness and accuracy, whether or not the inaccuracy or incompleteness is due to fault or error by OTC Wholesale.

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