Kendall Monoject Insulin Safety Syringe

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    Kendall Monoject Insulin Safety Syringe from HealthyKin.com helps keep clinicians safe with maximum clinical flexibility. The Monoject safety syringe complies with OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for Engineering Controls.

    Kendall Monoject Insulin Safety Syringe Features:

    • Safety shield with patent pending locking mechanism protects the healthcare worker during transport and after use.
    • True transport position eliminates the need for a healthcare worker to recap the needle resulting in a reduction of clean needlestick injuries
    • Ultra-Comfort, anti-coring, permanently attached needle. The patient will receive a very smooth and non traumatic injection when delivering medication
    • Accu-Tip flat plunger tip minimizes medication waste for the clinician
    • Accu-Scale graduations - bold markings are easy to read in many care giving situations
    • Low dead space minimizes medication waste for the clinician
    • For U-100 insulin - product is compatible with broad range of insulin types enabling clinical flexibility for medication delivery
    • Sterile - ensures a clean stick for every patient
    • Latex free - clinicians and patients with latex allergies will not experience an adverse reaction when using this product

    Part numbers: 8881511344, 8881511136, 8881511110

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      # of Ratings: 2
      1. on 3/16/2016, said:
      The plastic shield/guard serves to reduce the length of the needle on this syringe from the stated one-half inch to more like three-eighths of an inch. Also, the additional layer of plastic (the shield/guard) makes it difficult to see whether, in fact, needle end has entered vein by obfuscating my view of any blood entering the syringe.
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      2. on 5/28/2015, said:
      These are the same syringes That they used in the hospital and I like them very much since this is the first time I had to inject Insulin. My supplier is out of them so I ordered them from healththykin and I was very surprised how quick I received them from snail mail.
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