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Oral Syringe

An oral syringe is a measuring device used to accurately measure small doses of liquid medicine, which are then given to patient by mouth.

The Features of Oral Syringe:

A bung or stopper with a hole through the centre that fits in the top of the medicine bottle.

A plastic oral syringe with a measuring scale on it. This will normally have a line marked on it to indicate how much medicine you need to give.

Syringes come in various sizes. The most common sizes are 1ml, 2.5ml and 5ml syringes, but you can get 10ml and larger syringes. Liquid medicine doses are often expressed in terms of millilitres or ml. The printed label on the bottle will provide instructions as to how much of the medicine should be given to patient.

The tips of the Oral syringe is soft flexible or curved.
How to use an oral syringe:

  • Remove the lid and push the bung firmly into the top of the bottle.
  • Push the tip of the oral syringe into the hole in the bung.
  • Turn the bottle upside down.
  • Pull the plunger of the syringe back so that the medicine is drawn from the bottle into the syringe. Pull the plunger back to the point on the scale that corresponds to the dose prescribed.
  • Turn the bottle back the right way up and carefully remove the syringe from the bung, holding it by the barrel rather than the plunger.
  • Gently put the tip of the syringe into the patient's mouth. 
  • Slowly and gently push the plunger down to gently squirt the medicine into the mounth. DO NOT forcefully push down the plunger.

Manufacturer or Supplier of  Product:

China Suncity Plastic Vials Factory

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