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Syringe 3cc with 22 gauge 3/4 inch needle

3cc Monoject Veterinary Regular Luer Tip syringe with 22 gauge 3/4 inch needle.


* Non-toxic
* Non-Pyrogenic
* Latex Free

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Instructions for use:

1.  To open package, break heat stake by either pressing cap with thumb directly above heat stake. or tapping cap against a hard surface or twisting cap.  Do not use if heat stake seal is broken.
2.  Push Needle sheath and syringe through the rigid sleeve.  Withdraw syringe and needle.
3.  When finished with needle, follow proper disposal instructions as recommended below.

Proper Disposal of Needles and Syringes:

Syringes and needles disposed of improperly are a health hazard to humans and animals.
It is important to dispose of all sharps appropriately.
Sharps include needles, like the ones you may purchase here.
Disposing of sharps properly protects anyone who might come in contact with your trash from the risk of injury or infection - this includes family members and sanitation workers.
Never throw a loose sharp directly into the trash.
Sharps should be placed in a rigid, puncture-resistant container with a secure lid immediately after use.
Store the sharps container in a secure location, away from children and pets.
When the container is full, seal it, and be sure to label it Sharps.
We recommend contacting your local health department or solid waste management system for the regulations for disposing of Sharps specific to your community.
Thank You.


To ensure safety, always handle needles with care.
Bent, used, damaged, or improperly recapped needles can result in needle breakage, damage to tissue or transmission of infectious disease.
Do not recap except as permitted by OSHA, CDC or local policy.