BD 28G (0.36mm) 1/2in (12.7mm) 1cc (1mL) 100 Micro-Fine IV Needle Becton Dickinson U100 Insulin Syringes

BD 28G (0.36mm) 1/2in (12.7mm) 1cc (1mL) 100 Micro-Fine IV Needle Becton Dickinson U100 Insulin Syringes

Becton Dickinson (BD)

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BD Micro-Fine™ IV 28G (0.36mm) 1/2in (12.7mm) 1cc (1mL) U-100 Insulin syringes are designed with large dose unit markings so patients can see numbers and scale lines clearly. BD engineers every Micro-Fine™ Syringe to be thinner and smoother for a more comfortable and less painful injection. Needles are sculpted to create a flatter, thinner surface that helps penetrate the skin with significantly greater ease for a smoother and gentler injection. Electro-Polishing polishes away microscopic burrs giving every needle a smooth finish Micro-Bonded Lubrication process that creates more glide and less friction and Fine-Point Technology that shapes the tip of every needle as finely as possible for easier penetration using a three step process. Clinical trials support improved patient comfort, easier insertion and overall preference.

BD Micro-Fine™ IV Insulin Syringes feature
- 28G (0.36mm) 1/2in (12.7mm) 1cc (1mL)
- For use with U-100 Insulin
- Needles are made with surgical steel
- Needles are 3-bevel cut for a sharper point
- Thin wall cannulas (needle) for easier flow
- Clear polypropylene hub
- Gamma radiation sterilized
- Not made with natural rubber latex
- MFG P/N: 329410

How to choose the right size insulin syringe
Choose the smallest size syringe which is big enough to hold the largest dose you take in a day. If your largest dose is close to the syringe’s maximum capacity, you might want to buy the next size up to handle any increases in your dose adjustments.
0.3mL – Ideal for doses under 30 units
0.5mL – Ideal for doses between 30 units and 50 units
1.0mL – Ideal for doses over 50 units

Important Note
BD Micro-Fine™ IV 28G (0.36mm) 1/2in (12.7mm) 1cc (1mL) U100 Insulin Syringes are for single use only. After injecting insulin please dispose of syringes properly by using a specifically designed sharps container. There is a high possibility of infection if syringes are used more than once. Sharpness and lubrication also deteriorate after first use which requires more pressure to penetrate the skin thus causing pain.

Storage and Use of Medicine
Check the drug information sheet or contact the drug manufacturer for recommended storage and use of your medicine. To avoid clogging and/or contamination of the syringe needle, DO NOT store medicine inside the syringe.

RX Requirements
By proceeding to purchase through our website you acknowledge that syringes will be used for diabetic or other legitimate medical purpose and that you are over 18 years of age. You are solely responsible for following the laws of your State. We reserve the right to refuse any order in the event that filling such order would violate any Federal, State, local law, or regulation. The states of CT, DE, FL (Miami-Dade, Monroe, Broward), IL, ME, NH, NJ, NY, TN, and the US Virgin Islands restrict the sale of syringes and needles to licensed professionals and entities or by prescription only. See RX Requirements for more details.


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