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60 mL Irrigation Syringes by Becton Dickinson are available in three tip options: Luer Lok Tip, Luer Slip Tip, and Catheter Tip. These BD 60 mL Syringes feature a clear barrel that allow better visualization of the dose contents. Bold graduation markings in 1 mL and in 1/4 ounces on the barrel of the 60 mL Syringes allow for more accurate measurements. BD Syringes feature a tapered plunger rod for ease of aspiration, a positive plunger rod stop, and an added BD Luer-Lok thread for increased secure connection (Luer Lok Tip). Becton Dickinson 60 mL Syringes are latex free. Packaging is clearly labeled latex free.
BD Becton Dickinson Irrigation 60 mL Syringes Features & Benefits
- Single-Use, Disposable
- Three tip options to meet individual needs.
- Clear, bold graduation markings for accurate readings.
- Clear barrel for easier inspection.
- Syringe Capacity: 60 mL, 60 cc, 2 oz.
- Tip Options: Luer Lok, Luer Slip Tip, Catheter Tip.
- Graduations: 1 mL and 1/4 oz.
- Construction: Polypropylene.
- Application: General purpose syringe.
- HCPCS code: A4213, A4322.
- Manufacturer: BD Becton Dickinson.
- BD Becton Dickinson 60 mL Syringe for Irrigation Product Numbers: 309620, 309653, 309654.
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Manufacturer BD Becton Dickinson
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsCould these be used for a retention enema?Question by: Carol Goins on Oct 1, 2017 7:14:00 PMWe do not employ any medical professionals and therefore cannot answer any specific questions regarding this item. We recommend contacting the manufacturer of the product for specific information.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Nov 28, 2017 8:59:00 AMWhat are the dimensions of the syringe?Question by: BC on Mar 20, 2017 8:57:00 PMDimensions are not available from the manufacturer; only the cc's the syringe can hold.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jan 8, 2018 9:18:00 AMAre these individually packaged in a sterile plastic sheath?Question by: Cori on Jul 17, 2017 7:39:00 PMThis item is individually wrapped for sterility.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Oct 6, 2017 10:09:00 AM
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