• History Of Disposable Hypodermic Syringe

    History Of Disposable Hypodermic Syringe

    Technology to inject drugs into the body is a recent development. Hypodermic syringes (hypodermic means ‘beneath the skin’) consist of a hollow needle attached to a syringe. They pierce the skin and inject substances into the bloodstream. They are also used to extract liquid such as blood from the b... read more

    Dec 06,2019 Media
  • Hypodermic Needle Is A Hollow Needle

    Hypodermic Needle Is A Hollow Needle

    A hypodermic (hypo – under, dermic – the skin) needle is a hollow needle commonly used with a syringe to inject substances into the body or extract fluids from it. They may also be used to take liquid samples from the body, for example taking blood from a vein in venipuncture. Large-bore hypodermic ... read more

    Nov 28,2019 Media
  • A Disposable Syringe Is A Medical Tool

    A Disposable Syringe Is A Medical Tool

    A disposable syringe is a medical tool used to administer injections of intravenous drugs into the patients blood stream or to draw blood sample.The disposable syringe allows doctors to use the syringe once then discard it. The syringes are meant for one-time usage. A disposable syringe consists of ... read more

    Nov 22,2019 Media
  • Glass Syringes Different From Disposable Needles

    Glass Syringes Different From Disposable Needles

    Reverting to glass syringes is 'safer'. Glass syringes were never banned in India, they were forced into obscurity as disposable syringes were being vociferously promoted. While sterilised glass syringes can be reused, disposable plastic syringes are supposed to be used only once. The a/d syringes a... read more

    Nov 14,2019 Media
  • Uses For A Disposable Syringe

    Uses For A Disposable Syringe

    A syringe is a small, simple piston pump based medical instrument used to administer injections of intravenous drugs into the bloodstream, or to draw a blood sample from a patient. In the medical field, disposable syringes are typically used in conjunction with hypodermic needles to inject or remove... read more

    Nov 09,2019 Media