Medicool Wright Pre-Filled Syringe Case

August 11, 2018 - Comment

The wright prefilled syringe case makes transportation of prefilled syringes as simple as carrying a fountain pen. Product Features Holds most E-Z JECT, B-D, PharmaPlast and TERUMO syringes (not compatible with Monoject syringes) Interior is designed to safely hold the syringe plunger in your preset position with the approximate dosage. Constructed of impact resistant polypropylene

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The wright makes transportation of prefilled syringes as simple as a fountain pen.

Product Features

  • Holds most E-Z JECT, B-D, PharmaPlast and TERUMO syringes (not compatible with Monoject syringes)
  • Interior is to safely hold the syringe plunger in your preset position with the approximate dosage.
  • Constructed of impact resistant polypropylene

Comments

LH says:

Great product with a little retro fitting For a medical condition I have to have 3 preloaded diabetic syringes on hand. My medication dose is 3 full syringes (100 units each) in a diabetic syringe and these cases were not designed to hold a syringe that is fully loaded with that amount of medication. I cut a opening in the flat bottom part and shaved down the little fins along the bottom half. It is pretty easy to do, I used some tin snips to cut a opening in the flat end and a Dremel to shave the fins down. The plastic is pretty soft…

JM says:

It’s A Nice Pre-filled Syringe Carry Case ! Just received my Wright Pre-filled Syringe Carrying Case – Pack 2, and I must say it’s a good idea, but the carrying case needs to be about a 1/8″ longer to hold my syringe, which is filled with 50 units of insulin. In the information, listed in fine print it does state that the case will hold up to 49 units, but the most insulin I could get into my syringe, and be able to fit inside the case was 48 units of insulin, again it’s a good idea, but the case should be about an 1/8″ longer to…

FL says:

Read the description carefully. While the full details for these are not listed here a quick Google search will pull the information up. Read it very carefully and then read it again. You WILL NOT be able to put a fully loaded 1mL/1cc/100u syringe in this. You could modify the carrier as one other person did as it is just plastic but just keep in mind it’s limitations.Having said that I have bought several of these two packs and am generally happy with them aside from the fact that you cannot by default get the…

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