What are monoject needles used for?
Product description. The Monoject™ Safety Hypodermic Needle is a hinged safety device designed to protect healthcare workers from exposure to needle-stick injuries.
Who owns monoject syringes?
All Monoject products are a part the Kendall brand which is now part of Cardinal Health, formerly by Covidien.
What are polypropylene hub needles used for?
Clear, polypropylene hubs allow for easy viewing of flashback. Metal insert increases needle strength for animal health applications. Tri-beveled, anti-coring tips are computer ground for consistent sharpness. Anti-friction coating for minimal penetration resistance and animal discomfort.
What are monoject syringes made of?
The Monoject SoftPack 60mL Syringe features a 60 cc/ml, terile, single-use, individually packaged syringe with Luer-Lock tip. Made of polypropylene, the barrel has bold graduated markings and the plunger rod has a latex-free plunger tip that is silicone lubricated resulting in precise and effortless movement.
What is Covidien monoject?
Covidien Monoject – 3 mL Oral Syringe is intended for oral medications only, it will not support the use of a hypodermic needle. Monoject oral syringes come with a ribbed tip cap that can be placed on the tip of the oral syringe after it has been filled with liquid medication, this will prevent leakage and/or spills.
Can monoject syringes be sterilized?
Covidien Monoject – 12mL Syringes (Regular Tip/Non-sterile) has 2/10mL graduations with a regular tip. Syringe can be autoclaved or gas sterilized. Box of 100.
What is a polypropylene hub?
Rigid pack hypodermic needles with a polypropylene hub are ultra-sharp, Tri-Beveled, anti-coring, stainless steel needles that produce a consistently sharp needle for more comfortable injections. Translucent, color-coded Luer-Lock hub. The color-coded cap on rigid pack allows for easy identification of needle gauge.
What are poly hub needles?
Monoject Poly Hub Needles are sterile, single-use, stainless steel needles with a polypropylene hubs. Needles ONLY, syringes not included.
How do you use monoject syringe?
Fill the syringe with the prescription mouthwash (Chlorhexidine) or with salt water (1 tsp. of salt per 8 oz. of water), then insert the curved tip down into the extraction hole and push the liquid out of the syringe. One full syringe should be used in each lower extraction area.
What is a needle free injection device?
Device Description Needle-free injectors are handheld devices or “pens” that use high pressure to force substances, such as fillers, into the body. The substances loaded in the pens are typically sold separately.
What is a 3mL syringe?
Syringes are marked for the volume of fluid that they hold. The marks are either in milliliters (mL) or cubic centimeters (cc). To keep it simple a 3cc syringe is equal to a 3mL syringe. Both of the syringes are comparable to how much fluid each of them hold, and neither can hold fluid beyond the 3 mark on the syringe.
Is the monoject Kendall brand part of Cardinal Health?
All Monoject products are a part the Kendall brand which is now part of Cardinal Health, formerly by Covidien. Monoject Safety Needle and Syringe Combinations Monoject safety needles and syringe combinations are needle-based safety devices preattached to syringes that protect the healthcare worker from accidental needlestick injuries.
Is the monoject Kendall insulin safety syringe safe?
After years of development, the Monoject insulin safety syringe emerges as an integral needle-based safety solution that improves clinician efficiency and maximizes protection.
What are monoject needles and how are they used?
Monoject Monoject needles are needle based safety devices that protect the healthcare worker from accidental needlestick injuries. The easy one handed design and robust safety shield of the Monoject Syringe ensures the clinician is protected against any exposures from sharps injury.
What are the safety features of monoject syringes?
Monoject safety needles and syringe combinations are needle based safety devices preattached to syringes that protect the healthcare worker from accidental needlestick injuries. The preattached combinations of the Monoject Insulin Syringe save valuable nursing time and improve clinical efficiencies.