Help deliver your pet’s insulin with ease by using Merck’s U-40 Insulin Syringes. Each box comes with 100 needles that are designed to be used with Vetsulin (porcine insulin zinc suspension) 10 ml. or 2.7 ml. These single-use devices are designed for both canine companions and feline friends and are completely sterile, nonpyrogenic and non-toxic. Choose between a 0.5 mL-29 G x 1/2-inch fixed needle or a 1 mL- 29 G x 1/2 -inch fixed needle.
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So much easier than going to my vet after ordering them ahead!
These are ok, I don' like the red lines. It's really hard to see the lines when filling with vetsulin. Black lines are better. The overall quality is not as good at the Monoject syringes that I usually use.
Needles not sharp also they leaked price also changed to much will not use again vet is cheaper quality it also better chewy do better you are gonna go out of business like that
These needles seem to be a bit flimsier than the MonoStat needles which were my regular purchase. Also, the red unit numbers are much more difficult to see. If there were no other choice, I would purchase again.
The syringes are fine, I just wish I could get discounts, its very expensive between syringes and insulin
These syringes are individually wrapped in a sanitary plastic package, which is a pain in the neck. They are extremely small in diameter, which makes them feel flimsy and bend easily. The markings are printed in light red color, which makes them hard to read and easier to mistake. There is no safety cap over the end of the plunger. All factors considered, I much prefer the common Vetsulin syringes.
Great product great price compared with other services and fast delivery
After almost a year of managing insulin injections, my helpers and I are skilled at administering them without hurting the dog. But with the Merck syringes, my dog yelped every time and started to get nervous when she knew the shot was due. Worse, several times I saw insulin dripping from the needle tip just before injection making it impossible to know how much of the dose the dog actually received. A glucose check at the vet showed she wasn't getting enough. I bought another brand of syringe from the vet and have had no more problems. Painless and no drips. Insulin injections are crucial to the health of my dog . A syringe that a) hurts her and b) does assure accurate delivery after being carefully measured is unacceptable. I will not order them again and would advise others not to.
As others have mentioned, the quality on these is pretty iffy. They get the job done, but the needles are sometimes not straight to the syringe and there are rough edges on the plastic cap and syringe. I'm a little more than half-way through a box of 100 and had to discard two immediately for quality issues. For the cost, these seem like they should have better quality. Lastly, the syringes are individually wrapped which some may like, but I find to be 'just more garbage'. Less focus on the packaging and more on the quality would be my input.
Not only do these leak from the tip, and don't seem very well made, they also don't seem as sharp as the brand I got from my vet. My cat has started flinching when she gets her insulin injections, which she never did before. Sometimes I can't tell if the insulin actually got into her or just leaked out onto her fur. I'm switching brands.