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1 mL Syringes are general purpose syringes for diabetic, tuberculin and other uses including post-operative conditions, vitamin deficiencies and intramuscular medication. Manufactured by Becton Dickinson, 1 mL Syringes (1 cc Syringes) provide a choice of Luer-Lok® Tip or Slip Tip. These single-use syringes can be fitted with either conventional or safety needles. 1 mL Syringes are in an easy-peel blister package. If you are looking for the 1 mL Tuberculin syringe with needle, we carry those too.
1 mL Syringe by Becton Dickinson Features & Benefits
- Features bold, clear scale markings to assist in making easy and accurate dosage measurements.
- Thinner and smaller syringe size is easier to control.
- Syringes without Needles.
1 mL Syringe by Becton Dickinson Specifications
- BD 1 mL Oral Syringe Product ID Numbers: 309628, 309659, 329650.
- Application: General Purpose Syringe, Tuberculin Syringe, Insulin Syringe
- Syringe Tip Options: Slip Tip, Luer Lok Tip.
- Syringe Wall: Clear.
- Syringe Capacity: 1 mL or 1 cc.
- Syringe Capacity Graduations: 0.01 mL increments.
- Latex free.
- Manufacturer: Becton Dickinson
- HCPCS code: A4649, A4213
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- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsCould these be used for vaginal contraceptives?Question by: J. D. on Jul 31, 2017 7:45:00 AMWe cannot make any specific recommendations regarding items on our site. It's best to speak with a medical professional for proper advice.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Nov 8, 2017 8:48:00 AMWhat is the difference between a Luer Lock tip and a slip tip?Question by: Bette Shelton on Feb 1, 2017 10:56:00 PMLuer lock tips have a small threaded area in order to attach to an item such as a tube. Slip tips do not have such an end area.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Sep 5, 2017 9:24:00 AMI have nothing but good things to say about the usage of these syringes what an improvement from the one's I was trying to use. The downside is my own silly mistake. Perhaps you can help or offer some advice to help me. I use these syringes for taking my morphine for the pain in my legs due to my severe Lymphodema. The problem I have is I think I got the wrong kind of syringes because the ones I got have threads on the end and I can not put any of my end caps on them. I really like these syringes. I was wondering if you had the orange end caps with threads in them? If you carry them could you give me a price on a package of 100? It would be a blessing if you did and the easiest solution to my problem. Thanks, DaveQuestion by: Dave Gourley on Oct 25, 2019 9:06:00 PMWe do not recommend specific products, but please feel free to browse our available needles here, https://www.vitalitymedical.com/needles-only.htmlAnswer by: Jason Glover (Admin) on Oct 28, 2019 9:53:00 AM
Based on your history
Use them for intramuscular injections <1cc.
Shipping was also faster than expected.
When pushing thick fluids, plunger can disconnect.
Using separate needles, significant waste of product after injecting (~.5cc left in needle tip)