Syringe sfm insulin 1ml u-40 with a needle 26g (0.45x12mm) three-component №1

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Syringe sfm insulin 1ml u-40 with a needle 26g (0.45x12mm) three-component №1

There are two types of insulin syringes U-40 and U-100 which are respectively intended for the introduction of a solution of the hormone with a concentration of 40 units. insulin per 1 ml and 100 units. insulin per 1 ml. For easier orientation and accurate administration of the required dose of insulin, a special graduation is applied to the insulin syringes, corresponding to the concentration of the hormone in the vial. Each marking on the cylinder of an insulin syringe does not indicate the number of ml. solution and the number of units of the hormone. If the insulin syringe is labeled with U-40 on the markings of the cylinder where usually 0.5 ml is indicated, 20 units will be indicated, and 40 ml will be indicated for 1 ml. When marking an U-100 insulin syringe, 50 units will be indicated on the markings of the cylinder where 50 ml is usually indicated, and 100 units will be indicated per 1 ml. Additionally, insulin syringe developers have introduced identification colors for each type. U-40 insulin syringes come with a red protective cap, and U-100 insulin syringes with an orange protective cap.

Not less important fact, to eliminate errors in dosage, is the choice of needle insulin syringe. Needles for insulin syringes are removable and fixed (integrated) type. Now almost all pharmacies can buy insulin syringes with a removable needle and a non-removable needle type. Doctors believe that integrated-type needles are optimal for use, because when used with removable-type needles with insulin syringes, a sufficiently large amount of insulin can linger in some cases up to 6-7 hormone units, which in turn leads to incorrect dosage of the drug. Needles for insulin syringes are available in lengths of 8 and 12.7 mm. On the diameter of the needle used, it depends on how painful the introduction of insulin occurs. The thickness of the needle is denoted by the letter G, the larger the index G the thinner the needle and the less noticeable the injection. With insulin syringes, 29G and 30G needles are used as rules.