BAXA ExactaMed Oral Liquid Medication Syringe 1cc/1mL 4/PK Clear Medicine Dose Dispenser With Cap Exacta-Med BAXTER Comar Latex Free

September 3, 2018 - Comment

Baxa introduced the Exacta-Med Dispensers in 1975 for use in hospitals to provide a safer alternative for dosing oral liquid medications than a hypodermic syringe. Exacta-Med Dispensers provide safe oral and enteral medication delivery by eliminating the risk of wrong-route administration. The system’s non-luer components cannot actuate a needleless valve or connect to a hypodermic

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introduced the Exacta-Med Dispensers in 1975 for use in hospitals to provide a safer alternative for dosing oral liquid than a hypodermic syringe. Exacta-Med Dispensers provide safe oral and enteral delivery by eliminating the risk of wrong-route administration. The system’s non-luer components cannot actuate a needleless valve or connect to a hypodermic needle or fitting. Oral dispensers are recommended by the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP) to reduce the opportunity for med errors.

Product Features

  • Included is FOUR (4) non-sterile syringes with caps
  • Graduated in 0.01mL
  • For oral administration of medicines and foods to pets, babies, children, adults and elderly
  • Self-righting tip caps

Comments

Christopher says:

Great reusable oral syringes if you’re very careful about how you use them As reusable oral syringes, the product is great. The problem is with the rubber head on the plungers: It is removable from the plunger, which means the head pops off and gets permanently stuck in the syringe with great frequency. In order to prevent this, you have to: a. Dampen the syringe (e.g., with water) prior to drawing the medication; b. Remove the plunger immediately after medication delivery, especially if you don’t expect to wash the syringe immediately. I learned the usage…

Shannon Dorvall says:

Worked well at first We used these to measure our infant’s vitamins. Most similar syringes can be washed and sanitized for re-use. Given the price, I assumed these could as well. They work well for three or four uses at most. After that, the rubber tip at the end of the plunger comes off in the syringe tube rendering it useless. If you want to only use them once and discard, they are very good. If you plan to sanitize and reuse, you may want to keep looking.

Mishelly says:

These were great! Bought them for baby gas drops These were great! Bought them for baby gas drops, SO much easier to measure! Especially with a screaming baby with an achy tummy!

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