Global Insulin Syringe - 29 Gauge, 0.5 cc, 1/2 in - 100 each
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Global Insulin Syringes - 29 Gauge, 1/2 inch
Global Insulin Syringes are designed with three major parts: a needle, a barrel and a plunger. Insulin is normally injected under the skin with a very small needle. It is very important to draw air into the syringe to equal the dosage needed for injection. If this is not done before you attempt to draw in your insulin. The dosage will be incorrect and you will not be able to put insulin back into the insulin bottle. If you administer too much insulin it will lower your blood sugar and you could experience hypoglycemia. Available in either 1 cc or 1/2 cc capacity sizing.
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