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How to use a medication syringe - Pediatric Partners, P.A.

The of a syringe is made of or , and usually has graduated marks indicating the volume of in the syringe, and is nearly always transparent. syringes may be in an . However, most modern medical syringes are with a rubber piston, because this type seals much better between the piston and the barrel and because they are cheap enough to dispose of after being used only once, reducing the of spreading . Re-use of needles and syringes has caused spread of diseases, especially and among intravenous drug users. Syringes are commonly re-used by diabetics and this is safe, if the syringe can only used by one person.

Disposable medical syringes are sometimes used without a needle for orally administering liquid medicines to young children or animals because the dose can be measured accurately, and it is easier to squirt the medicine into the subject's mouth instead of coaxing the subject to drink out of a measuring spoon.

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Monoject Oral Medication Syringe with Tip Cap, manufactured by Kendall, is used to administer medication and to assist feeding in liquid diets. The syringes can also be used for feeding animals like horses and dogs. The syringes have clear, polypropylene barrels that permit easy visual inspection of content, and the dual graduation markings in milliliters and teaspoons provide accurate dosage measurements. Disposable and designed for single-use, these syringes are latex-free and have separate ribbed tip caps for a better grip. They are available in four volume sizes: 1 mL, 3 mL, 6 mL, and 10 mL.

Since the recommended dose was 0.1 gram per 10 gallons, I put in 20 mL of water which, if I shook it well enough, should contain about 0.1 grams of the Fenbendazole. I measured out approximately 20 mL of the milky white solution with a medicine syringe thingy,