Syringes w Needle
Syringes U100, 1ml 29G x 1/2", Insulin (Terumo), 100 Pc/Box
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Terumo Insulin Syringes are used as one of the primary insulin delivery systems to control Type-1 diabetes. The U-100 syringes can deliver up to 1ml and has a 29G x 1/2” hypodermic needle.
100s/box. Price per Box
Insulin syringes were the only commonly used way of delivering insulin for much of the 20th century. Towards the end of the 1990s, insulin pens became more commonly used. Whilst less popular these days, syringes are still in use by people with diabetes. Insulin needs to be injected subcutaneously, that is into a layer of fat between muscle and the skin. Insulin syringes are available in a number of needles lengths.
A short length of needle would be less than 10mm. A longer length of needle would be over 10mm long. Your health team can help to advise over which length of needle may be best for you. The gauge (width) of insulin syringes tends to be slim because of the regularity at which injections of insulin are taken.