Omnican Insulin Syringes 1ml - 100 units
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- Brand: B Braun
- Product Code: MM-SEP130G12
- In stock
Syringe characteristics Insulin syringes Omnican 1ml, are single-use syringes with a built-in needle. U-100 insulin 1ml / 100 I.U. (1/100) .. See More
- Insulin syringes Omnican 1ml, are single-use syringes with a built-in needle.
- U-100 insulin
- 1ml / 100 I.U. (1/100)
- The inside of the syringe is sterile.
- Single use.
- Remove protective wrap before use.
Needle size: 30G 12mm
Amount: A box with 100 units.
Other Applications: In addition to the use for insulin, these needle syringes are also widely used in Mesotherapy, as the quality of B. Braun guarantees quality treatments.
Many mesotherapy professionals use these syringes with the needle attached for the following reasons:
- don't leave
- do not bend
- it's not hard
- reduce pain in treatment the final price is cheaper, as it has a syringe and needle already integrated
- Do not use damaged syringes or open casing.
- Do not return the protective cap to the needle after removing.
- Dispose of used syringes in an appropriate container for this purpose.
Curiosity: A matter of measures ...
The gauss units [G], the CGS and tesla [T] in the SI refer to magnetic induction (B) - also referred to as magnetic flux density.
The gauss, symbolized by the letter G, is the CGS unit of magnetic flux density or magnetic induction (B), named after the German mathematician and physicist Carl Friedrich Gauss. A gauss is defined as a maxwell per square centimeter.
For many years, until 1932, the term gauss was used to designate the unit of magnetic field intensity that is now known as oersted. This terminology change was introduced to distinguish between magnetic induction and magnetic intensity as physical magnitudes.
The SI unit of magnetic flux density is the tesla. A gauss equals 10-4 tesla.
1 T = 10 000 G
1 G = 100 μT