Glass or crystal syringes. The word syringe is a term that comes from the Greek “syrinx” which means “tube”.
The syringe is used to introduce small portions of liquids into the body or to draw samples from it. It is usually filled by immersing the needle in the liquid and pulling the plunger, then the needle is placed upwards and the cylinder is pressed to release the air bubbles that have been lodged in it, later the needle is inserted and the liquid is expelled inside of the body by pressing on the plunger, this procedure is called injection.
- Cylinder: Made of 100% virgin polypropylene . It has an eyebrow or flange that serves to support the fingers comfortably and safely, preventing them from slipping during use. High clarity, which allows to see the dosage without difficulty, as well as to identify occluded bubbles. It has a scale in milliliters, which allows to accurately identify the dose to be administered, as well as a retaining ring that prevents the piston from accidentally separating from the cylinder .
- Plunger: In the distal part, it has a projection with a finish that allows the thumb to rest and pressure is applied without slipping it, giving greater security when injecting.
- Piston: Made of synthetic rubber, that is, free of latex, which has the advantage that it does not generate allergic reactions.
- Needles: Made of stainless steel equivalent to AISI 304 and 316 types. With color-coded flag that easily identifies the gauge of the needle.