UltiCare VetRX U-100 3/10cc Insulin Syringes with Sharps Container 10 packs – 10 Syringes Each

April 10, 2018 - Comment

Managing your pet’s diabetes is made easier with this home dispensing and disposal system. Quality U-100 veterinary insulin syringes (with 29 gauge x 1/2″ needles) for doses up to 30 units are packaged in a patented, tamper-proof dispensing and disposal container that contains 10 bags of 10 syringes each. Syringes are dispensed from the bottom

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Managing your pet’s diabetes is made easier with this home dispensing and disposal system. Quality U-100 veterinary syringes (with 29 gauge x 1/2″ needles) for doses up to 30 units are packaged in a patented, tamper-proof dispensing and disposal that contains 10 bags of 10 syringes . Syringes are dispensed from the bottom of the unit. Dispose of used syringes in the top of the dispenser with one easy movement for safety and peace of mind. The puncture- and leak-resistant is an environmentally responsible disposal solution.

Product Features

  • 10 – 10 U-100 Syringes Each
  • 3/10cc 29 Gauge x 1/2″
  • Built in sharps container for used needles
  • Use for doses of 30 units or less
  • For dog and cat use only

Comments

P. T. Kreigh says:

The 1/2″ needles make delivery more predictable when the 3/8″ … The 1/2″ needles make delivery more predictable when the 3/8″ needles sometimes don’t get under the skin and spew insulin into your pet’s fur instead of delivering under the skin where it needs to go.

Michael A Morganford says:

A must have, was very helpful to keep organized when taking care of diabetic cat High quality item, it works, what can i say? The syringes and the disposal container being combined into once convenient space saving unit is an excellent idea. This item helped a lot while we were taking care of our poor diabetic kitty.

A. Weidhaas says:

These are good needles, however These are good needles, however, no markings for 1/2 unit measurements so I could not use them. I went to local grocery store pharmacy and the pharmacist ordered some for me with the 1/2 unit markings. It is nice to have the container though. I’ll keep them in case we have to switch to 1 unit and if not I’ll give them to the vet. It is tough to find them with the 1/2 unit marking, and the needle itself is so short, I wish they were longer.

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