Whole Sell Luer Lock 10cc Syringe Plastic Syringe With Needle

A syringe is a common medical device. As early as the 15th century, the Italian Cartinel proposed the principle of the syringe.The main use of needles to extract or inject gas or liquid.Syringes can also be used in medical devices, containers, and scientific instruments such as some in chromatography to inject through rubber septa.


A syringe is a medical tool used to inject liquid medications or other liquid substances into or extract fluids from body tissues.

Injecting drugs: A doctor or nurse uses a syringe to inject drugs directly into a patient’s muscles, blood vessels, or subcutaneous tissues to treat an illness or provide first aid.

Drawing blood: A medical professional uses a Phlebotomizer (a special type of syringe) to draw blood from a patient for testing or diagnosis.

Infusion: Syringes are also used to deliver fluids into a patient’s venous system to maintain fluid balance or to deliver medications.

Products details:


Syringe top:Luer slip or luer lock

Syringe packing:Blister peel or pouch Tear polybag

Structural part:Three parts,Syringe barrel,Syringe plunger,Syringe Plugs

Needle Size:12Guage-34Guage

Components of a syringe:

Barrel: A barrel is a hollow, tubular structure, usually made of clear plastic or glass, that holds a liquid medication. The barrel usually has graduated lines on it to measure the volume of the liquid.

Piston (Plunger): The piston is the moving part inside the cartridge and is usually made of rubber or plastic. By moving the piston, the volume of liquid can be changed within the cartridge.

Needle: A needle is a metal tube attached to the bottom of the cartridge that is used to inject or withdraw liquid from the body. Needles usually have a sharp tip to easily penetrate skin and tissue.

Needle Cap: This is a cap that protects the needle and is usually made of plastic. It is used to cover the needle before and after use to ensure hygienic performance of the syringe.

Plunger Rod: The Plunger Rod is the part attached to the piston that pushes or pulls the piston to control the flow of liquid.

Nozzle: The nozzle is the end of the syringe that is used to release the liquid. In disposable syringes, there is usually no nozzle, while in multi-use syringes, the nozzle may be replaceable.

Product Specifications:

CODE Descripition Syringe top Packing Structural part Needle Size
TYL101 Syringe 1ml ,With needle 1.luer slip top
2.luer lock top
1.Blister peel 2.pouch Tear polybag 1.Two parts:Syringe barrel,Syringe plunger
2.Three parts:Syringe barrel,Syringe plunger,Syringe Plugs
TYL201 Syringe 1ml ,Without needle
TYL102 Syringe 2ml ,With needle
TYL202 Syringe 2ml ,Without needle
TYL103 Syringe 3ml ,With needle
TYL203 Syringe 3ml ,Without needle
TYL104 Syringe 5ml ,With needle
TYL204 Syringe 5ml ,Without needle
TYL105 Syringe 10ml ,With needle
TYL205 Syringe 10ml ,Without needle
TYL106 Syringe 20ml ,With needle
TYL206 Syringe 20ml ,Without needle
TYL107 Syringe 30ml ,With needle
TYL207 Syringe 30ml ,Without needle
TYL108 Syringe 50ml ,With needle
TYL208 Syringe 50ml ,Without needle
TYL109 Syringe 60ml ,With needle
TYL209 Syringe 60ml ,Without needle
TYL110 Syringe 100ml ,With needle
TYL210 Syringe 100ml ,Without needle
TYL111 Insulin syringe 0.5ml/1ml


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Syringes can also be used in medical devices, containers, and scientific instruments such as some in chromatography to inject through rubber septa. Injecting gas into a blood vessel will cause an air embolism. The way to remove air from the syringe to avoid embolism is to turn the syringe upside down, tap it lightly, and squeeze out a little bit of fluid before injecting into the bloodstream.

In some cases where accuracy is not the primary concern of germs, such as quantitative chemical analysis, glass syringes are still used due to the small error of the glass syringe and the smooth movement of the push rod.

You can also inject some of the juices into meat with a syringe to improve taste and texture while cooking, or into pastries when baking. Syringes can also fill ink cartridges with ink.


Generally, 2 ml, 5 ml, 10 ml or 20 ml syringes are used, occasionally 50 ml or 100 ml syringes are used for intradermal injection.

Syringes can be made of plastic or glass and usually have a scale indicating the volume of liquid in the syringe. Glass syringes can be sterilized with autoclaves, but because plastic syringes are cheaper to dispose of, modern medical syringes are mostly made of plastic, which further reduces the risk of blood-borne diseases. Reuse of needles and syringes is associated with the spread of diseases, particularly HIV and hepatitis, among intravenous drug users.

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