M Type Syringe

M Type Syringe

Product Category: Safety Syringe

Product Description:

Specifications: M1, M2, M3, M5, M10, M20; M30; M50; M100;

【Patented product ● Counterfeiting must be investigated】

【Specifications & Models】

Features: low resistance, low triggering force, small residual volume; simple structure, low cost, needle retraction and shielding.

[Precautions for use]

1. Purpose:

Drug injection:.

Compatible infusion: It needs to be used in combination with an ordinary infusion set.

2. Small size safety syringe (≤1.0ml) is used for vaccine injection, hormone therapy, drug sensitivity test;

3. Large-size safety syringes (≥20.ml) are used for drug compatibility, local tissue treatment (washing, specimen extraction, treatment, etc.) and slow intravenous injection.

【Product Introduction】

The M-type NurseCare safety syringe is a low-resistance hand-drawn retractable safety syringe composed of a syringe and an injection needle. The technical feature is that it takes into account the advantages of many technologies at home and abroad. It adopts an optimized design, which has the characteristics of low resistance and It has the advantages of simple structure, easy production, and low cost; it is easy to use and easy to adopt by primary medical institutions. After the injection or treatment is completed, by gently pressing the push rod, the push rod can be fitted with the injection needle, the injection needle will be automatically destroyed, and the injection needle seat will be free. The push rod is broken along the gap, completely eliminating the possibility of the syringe being reused. It plays an extremely important role in the safety protection of medical staff and patients. This product can provide a safe injection environment and reliable treatment equipment during tissue puncture injection, and provide safe protection measures for medical staff and patients.

【Function and Use】

NurseCare safety syringes can be used in any environment that requires drug injection or tissue treatment. It can provide a safe treatment environment for medical staff and patients, and greatly protect medical staff and patients. And to ensure the quality of treatment to prevent sharp object injuries. At the end of the treatment, by pressing the push rod, the injection needle can be automatically destroyed. Pull the injection needle back into the outer cylinder to shield it, and then break the push rod to completely lose the possibility of being reused. It can eliminate sharp object injuries and improve work efficiency; M-type NurseCare safety syringes are widely used in: outpatient, hospitalization, first aid, field operations and other rescue procedures that require injection or treatment. It can also be applied to: the process of drug compatibility.

【System Features】

The M-type NurseCare safety syringe is a damping ring used between the injection needle and the outer cylinder to form a self-destructive (passive) safety syringe that can be automatically disassembled. After the injection is finished, by pressing the push rod, the push rod fits into the needle seat, the needle seat is destroyed, and the injection needle is pulled back to the inner cavity of the outer cylinder. Then break the putter. Concentrating the multiple advantages of many international passive self-destructing syringes, it can be triggered with low resistance, simple structure, low cost, and easy to popularize. The M-type Nasijia syringe series products have completely independent intellectual property rights, and their performance and structure are better than similar foreign products.

【Security Features】

Optimized design and special structure make this product have: low-resistance bolus injection and low-resistance trigger, small residual amount when the injection is completed; after triggering, the needle seat is automatically destroyed, and the injection needle is pulled back into the inner cavity of the outer cylinder, and the needle It automatically deviates from one side and breaks the push rod to prevent it from being reused. Achieve the elimination of sharp object injuries, protect medical staff, simplify operation links, ensure the quality of specimens, improve work efficiency, and improve medical technology.