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What are BD 3ml syringe used for?

What are BD 3ml syringe used for?

3 mL Syringes are used for diabetic and other medical uses including post-operative conditions, vitamin deficiencies and intramuscular medication.

What is a plastipak syringe?

BD Plastipak™ syringe is a precision drug delivery device* that is an essential part of your daily patient care toolkit, which you can use across a range of critical applications and departments.

What is BD Luer Lok syringe used for?

The BD Luer-Lok™ 1 mL syringe is ideal for critical clinical applications where avoiding potential needle disengagement, medication leakage or spray is crucial.

What is the needle size for 3ml syringe?

3 mL Syringes and Needles Specifications Volume: 3 mL or 3 cc. Gauge Size Options: 20 Gauge, 21 Gauge, 23 Gauge or 25 Gauge. Needle Length Options: 1/2 Inch, 5/8 Inch or 1 Inch.

What is BD syringe?

BD® is a leading manufacturer and provider of safety injection needles and syringes1,2, continually pioneering the development of high-quality, easy-to-use injection devices designed to protect healthcare workers from needlestick injuries and exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

What are BD Plastipak syringes made of?

The syringe assemblies consist of a lubricated polypropylene barrel with a graduated scale, a lubricated thermoplastic elastomer stopper and a polypropylene plunger rod.

Are BD needles Luer lock?

The syringes are available with a BD® luer lock tip, concentric luer slip tip or eccentric luer slip tip and can be fitted with either a conventional needle or safety needle.

Do BD needles expire?

Do insulin syringes expire? A. Yes, they have a five-year shelf life. They should always be stored in a temperate, dry area.

Where are BD syringes made?

The six current manufacturing facilities for BD Pharmaceutical Systems that will see a portion of this investment include facilities in Columbus, Nebraska ; Cuautitlán, Mexico ; Fukushima, Japan ; Le Pont-de-Claix , France ; Swindon, United Kingdom ; and Tatabánya, Hungary .