Monoject Oral Medication Syringe With Tip Cap, 10 ml [2 tsp]

September 9, 2018 - Comment

Oral Medication Syringe is used in for the administration of medications and in feeding liquid diets. Latex-Free. After filling syringe, place cap on syringe tip to prevent leakage of medication. Syringe barrel graduations 0.2 ml [1/4 tsp]. Product Features Oral Medication Syringe Used in for the Administration of Medications Latex-Free Clear syringe barrel for easy

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is used in for the administration of and in feeding liquid diets. Latex-Free. After filling , place cap on tip to prevent leakage of medication. barrel graduations 0.2 ml [1/4 tsp].

Product Features

  • Oral Medication Syringe
  • Used in for the Administration of Medications
  • Latex-Free
  • Clear syringe barrel for easy measuring and dosing.
  • Used for feeding liquid diets

Comments

Andrew C. says:

poor quality I use syringes for accurately dosing liquid fertilisers for plants in aquariums and its really hard to find syringes that are of any decent quality! This is the same thing as others it doesn’t work well! The plunger pulls out incredibly easily so if you are trying to get close to the 10ml max you have to go very slow otherwise it just pulls out and leaks everything you put in to the syringe out… I have had this for about 3 hours and have used it three times and the labeling is already rubbing…

Jogster Heisenmeisel says:

Worthless after first use Like a lot of other reviewers here, I used it once and watched the ink magically fade away from the side of the syringe. I understand it says “single use only”, but seriously, who does that? And, if that were the case why sell it for profit? Get a few cents above production and throw them out of circling helicopters above major cities.I’ve paid more for and gotten better use out of a corn dog, because when I’m done eating the corn dog I have a useful stick to make a crutch…

Gary and Darlene Stockman says:

Don’t Expect this item to Last Though not an expensive item, we have been, nevertheless, disappointed by its performance. First, the dosage marks quickly wore off the outside of the syringe even after gentle hand washing. Secondly, and most importantly, the syringe became very difficult to use because the plunger became very difficult to depress within the syringe’s cylinder. We used the device to give my ailing mother-in-law liquids.

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