The 10 ml syringe consists of three parts. It can be used with or without needle depending on the need and is suitable for both uses. Produced with medical grade raw materials, the syringe has passed EO sterilization processes and you can use it safely. 10 ml syringe, The product itself is covered with a blister package consisting of medical paper and transparent film. All syringes come with a guarantee for leak tightness. All needle tips are laser cut and most importantly, they are made of stainless steel.

How many cc of a 10 cc syringe?

10 cc injector is a measurement conversion that is very curious and confused when buying how many cc injectors. 10 cubic centimeters (cm³, cc) = 10 milli liters (mL) This situation can be explained with the equation. In short, a 10 syringe is equal to 10 cc and at the same time to 10 mL. The unit of measurement for all is 10. In short, a 10 ml syringe is equal to a 10 cc syringe.

What are the types of injectors?

What are the types of injectors All types of the title are listed below. There are many types of injectors according to their intended use, according to their color, according to their needle thickness, according to their mL or cc size. They are divided into five according to their names.

Safe Injectors: It is known that needle stick accidents occur every 30 seconds worldwide. As a result of these accidents, health personnel can be exposed to viruses transmitted by blood, and it is known that there are even health workers who die due to such situations. This risk can be prevented with syringes known as safe syringes, that is, safe syringes that can take the needle back into the syringe after the use process is completed. Another important safety element of these syringes is the ability to physically lock the needle so that it cannot be used a second time.

Injector with Lost Needle (Vanıshpoınt): When the needle reaches the end of the injection process and is in the muscle, it is automatically pulled into the injector by the spring mechanism it has when the plunger is pressed to the end. The safe retraction mechanism of the injector is located inside the plunger and can be used with one hand. Thanks to this mechanism, the risk of injury due to needle stick is reduced to zero. The needle is fixed in the injector and the needle of the injector cannot be changed. During the injection process, the needle is embedded in the cylindrical piston and the piston is embedded in the reservoir and cannot be removed, thus providing a high level of safety in waste areas. At the same time, due to all these functions, it takes up much less space in medical waste bins and thus reduces the cost of medical waste by two thirds.

Injector with a Broken Plunger: The needle is removed from the patient when the injection is finished and still in the muscle, by fully pressing the plunger and hearing a clicking sound. The clicking sound means the start of the safety mechanism. The plunger is fully retracted all the way to the end and then snapped (push pull snap). The existing protective cap of the needle is attached to the agutage in an inverted manner. During the piston retraction, the needle enters the chamber and then the broken part of the piston locks the chamber. The needle is not fixed and can be replaced if necessary. The plunger must be pushed all the way in before withdrawal to avoid activating the safety mechanism of the injector prematurely.

Rotate Injector: After the end of the injection process, the plunger is rotated approximately 300 degrees clockwise until a clicking sound is heard and then pulled back. During this process, the needle enters into the reservoir. When the plunger is pressed forward, the needle remains bent inside the chamber.

Clip-on (Surguard) Injector: There is a lock placed at the root of the needle. This lock is also called a safety shield. It is pressed against the top of the locking mechanism until a clicking sound is heard. It can be applied with one hand.

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What is an injector?

In general, an injector is a small pump for sucking or pushing air or liquids. In medicine, filling a tissue or cavity with pressurized liquid is called an injection. The tools that enable the injection process to be performed are called injectors. In other words, it is a tool that performs the injection event. The injector has a cylindrical body, a plunger that can be moved back and forth, a spout made of nickel, steel or platinum at the end, and a needle is attached to the end of it. The most important thing about the syringe is that it is sterilized and a 10 ml syringe is a very reliable sterile product.