Easy Touch 25 Gauge 1 CC 1 in Fluringe Retractable Safety Syringe w/ Fixed Needle 1 ea Model 842511
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Helps Eliminate Accidental Needle sticks! Film coated for maximum comfort.
Easy Touch® Fluringe® Retractable Safety Syringes With Fixed Needle - 25 Gauge 1cc 1 in Helps Eliminate Accidental Needlesticks! Film coated for maximum comfort.
The makers of Easy Touch® Insulin Syringes brings you the Easy Touch® Fluringe® Retractable Safety Syringes with Fixed Needles. They are easy to use with a smooth injection (pull) force. They are electropolished, film-coated and made with a patented No-Gap Design for less waste and a Tri-Bevel Cut Tip for sharpness. Easy Touch® Fluringe® Retractable Safety Syringes are sterile, individually wrapped, and latex free. The 3-Step Retractable Safety feature locks the needle into the syringe barrel to help eliminate accidental needlesticks for a safe and comfortable use.
Generally speaking, you should size your insulin syringe to your maximum injection dosage. For example, if you are taking 20 units per shot, you could use either a 0.5cc/50 unit syringe or a 0.3cc/30 unit syringe. If you are taking 60 units, use a 1cc/100 unit syringe. Since the markings are wider apart the smaller the syringe size, it is generally easier to read a 35 unit dosage on a 0.5cc/50 unit syringe than on a 1cc/100 unit syringe. It is easier to read a 15 unit dosage on a 0.3cc/30 unit syringe than on a 0.5cc/50 unit syringe. There is nothing wrong with doing a 15 unit dosage on a 1cc/100 unit syringe, but remember, being precise with your dosage leads to better diabetes management. Easy Touch® Fluringe® Retractable Safety Syringes are available in a 25 gauge size. This number represents the U.S. standard sizing for stainless steel hypodermic tubing. The actual dimensions are: The larger the gauge size, the smaller the outside diameter, and therefore, the smaller the hole put in you. You and your physician or diabetes educator must be the judge of your comfort level and needs.
TENS is a non-invasive, drug free method of controlling pain, which uses tiny electrical impulses sent through the skin to nerves in order to modify your pain perception. In most people it is effective in reducing or eliminating the pain.
Electronic Muscle Stimulation (EMS)
EMS works by sending electronic pulses to the muscle(s). This is achieved by sending low frequency electric pulses through muscle tissue causing them to gently contract. In this way the muscles are passively exercised and blood flow is increased
Galvanic Stimulators use direct current, which creates an electrical field over the treated area. The positive pad works like ice, causing reduced circulation to the area under the pad. The negative pad works like heat, causing increased circulation.
IF sends small comfortable electrical impulses through your skin to work on deeper tissue stimulation. The sensation works to prevent pain signals from reaching the brain.
Infrared Light Therapy help the body by delivering specific light waveforms that increase circulation. Increasing circulation helps promote healing, lessen swelling, and helps in reducing pain.
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Russian stimulation uses medium frequencies to provide stimulation to muscle groups. This is used to reduce muscle spasms as well as for muscle strengthening. This method was created to produce maximal muscle strengthening effects.
Microcurrent Therapy uses extremely small amounts of electrical current (millionths of an amp) to help relieve pain and heal soft tissues of the body. The electrical current used in Microcurrent Therapy is so small that it is rarely felt.