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TRUEPLUS Insulin Syringe 29G 0.3CC 1/2in
These are the TRUEplus syringes that are 29G 0.3CC 1/2In. These feature a precision-cut, tri-beveled needle tip with a silicone coated needle all for more comfort for you during dosages. Being that they are ½ inch long, this is a longer needle. These single-use insulin syringes will hold up to 30 units. The TRUEplus 29 gauge insulin syringes are single use only. Use the syringe and needle once and throw away the syringe and needle in the appropriate sharps container or puncture proof container. Do not use these 29 gauge insulin syringes more than once. That will decrease the lubrication. Reduced lubrication on a needle will cause pain and discomfort. Also, using the syringe multiple times will increase the chance of infection. As with any medical supplies and equipment, especially sharps such as insulin syringes, please keep out of the reach of children.
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Trividia Health, Inc. 2400 N.W. 55th Court | Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Prep/sanitize area for dosage.
Remove the large orange cap to expose the plunger.
Remove the small orange cap to expose the needle. Be cautious while removing the cap, pull it off as straight as possible so that the needle does not bend. DO NOT USE SYRINGE IF NEEDLE IS BENT OR DAMAGED.
Line up the plunger tip with the dosage marking on the side of the syringe to insure correct dosage.
Inject and dispose of syringe in an appropriate puncture-proof container or an approved sharps container. These are single use syringes ONLY.
Please keep out of the reach of children.
These syringes are made for single use ONLY. They are meant to be used one time for one dosage and then disposed of immediately after use. Using the syringe multiple times, reduces the sharpness of the needle, the lubrication on the needle (both will cause pain and discomfort) and increases the chance of infections. Do NOT share syringes. Do NOT use if needle is bent or damaged. Never touch or handle someone else’s syringes. Patients who mix two types of insulin: do not change the order of mixing that your healthcare professional prescribed. Failure to abide by this warning might lead to dosage error. Please dispose of syringes in an approved sharps container or an approved puncture-proof container. If you have any questions on disposal, please contact your local health department for more information. Keep out of the reach of children.
Please keep out of the reach of children.
Please dispose of used insulin syringes properly, in accordance with local, state or federal laws.
Do NOT share syringes.
Do NOT touch or handle anyone else’s syringes to avoid the possible event of an accidental needle stick.
Do NOT use if the needle is bent or damaged.
Do NOT reuse insulin syringes.
Dispose of insulin syringes in an approved sharps container or an approved puncture-proof container. Contact your local health department for more information regarding disposing of needles and for the local ordinances.
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