Terumo Hypodermic Thin Wall Needles, 100 count

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Form: 1 Inch, 100 count
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Description

Terumo Hypodermic Thin-Wall Needles are ultra-sharp and designed for easy penetration, which can help lessen patient discomfort when delivering an injectable medication. Each needle features a clear barrel and easy-to-read scale markings for precise, straightforward dosing. They also come equipped with integrated plungers that work to stop users from accidentally detaching the plunger when measuring. Tamper-evident peel packs help to ensure safety and minimize waste disposal.

Uses

Needles are primarily used to administer fluids to dogs and cats.

Precautions

Used sharps should be immediately placed in a sharps disposal container. FDA-cleared sharps containers are generally available through pharmacies, medical supply companies, health care providers and online. These containers are made of puncture-resistant plastic with leak-resistant sides and bottom. They also have a tight fitting, puncture-resistant lid. If an FDA-cleared container is not available a heavy-duty plastic household container, such as a laundry detergent container can be used as an alternative.

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  • Item Number
    157190
  • For Use With
    Dogs & Cats
  • Dosage Measure
    Use according to your veterinarian's instructions.
  • Health Condition
    Dehydration
  • Drug Type
    Devices & Supplies
Instructions
Recommended Dosage

Use according to your veterinarian's instructions.

Storage Instructions

Needles should be kept out of the reach of children and pets.

FAQ

What are Terumo Hypodermic Thin Wall Needles?

These syringes are prescribed by your veterinarian in order to deliver medications to your pet. Make sure you are using the correct size needle for your pet needs.

What are the benefits of Terumo Medical Products?

  • Terumo Medical Products are latex-free.
  • Terumo Medical Products are BPA-free.
  • Terumo Medical Products are DEHP-free.
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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Sharp and Reliable

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    I've been using another major brand of needles to administer sub cu fluids to my cats for 7 years. But in spite of rotating injection sites, scar tissue still builds up from multiple IV admin sessions per week. This makes it harder for needles to penetrate the skin and scar tissue. It seems when the skin isn't punctured properly, the fluid doesn't loosely disperse and a very tight fluid pouch is created. I never reuse needles and some of the brand new needles from the other major brand I was using were unusable out of the box as they were too dull to puncture the skin. It was becoming a waste and caused unnecessary discomfort to my cat having to pierce his skin more than once. These Terumo I've been using another major brand of needles to administer sub cu fluids to my cats for 7 years. But in spite of rotating injection sites, scar tissue still builds up from multiple IV admin sessions per week. This makes it harder for needles to penetrate the skin and scar tissue. It seems when the skin isn't punctured properly, the fluid doesn't loosely disperse and a very tight fluid pouch is created. I never reuse needles and some of the brand new needles from the other major brand I was using were unusable out of the box as they were too dull to puncture the skin. It was becoming a waste and caused unnecessary discomfort to my cat having to pierce his skin more than once. These Terumo Hypodermic Thin Wall Needles cause my cats less discomfort because they slide through tough skin like butter. I don't know why I remained faithful to one brand of needles when they weren't "cutting it" but I'm overjoyed to have found Terumo needles on Chewy.com. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great product.

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    We needed to get some needles to give our dog subcutaneous IVs and getting them from our vet was a lot more expensive and inconvenient to have to drive there every time.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Works Perfectly for my cat and me!

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    These work great with the Infusion Set with Y Injection kit and the Vetivex Veterinary DEHP Free Lactated Ringers Electrolyte Injection Solution, both from Chewy.com.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    They get the job done.

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    My husband and I were using a different brand for a while and I ordered these because the size was the same and they were much cheaper. They definitely get the job done, but the needle is fairly short and each needle comes with a lot of packaging, which is pretty wasteful.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Effective and the price is right

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    These needles and magic fingers work perfectly with no observable (or audible!) pain response!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Go in Easily....

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    I am delivering sub q fluids to my 19 year old cat with renal failure 3 times a week. I have used needles ( 18x1 gage) from two other well known companies and I do think the Terumo needle goes in easier...also 18x1. I wouldn't stake my life on it but she seems to feel no discomfort...as she did with the other companies needles. Perhaps they really are "thin walled", Please make sure you administer with the bevel up ... and have gotten kitty in a comfortable position where she feels safe and not someplace where she is simply lovingly plopped down for the occasion. My cat is with her companion in a "poof" which she is used to. Just as important...make sure YOU ARE IN A COMFORTABLE POSITION to I am delivering sub q fluids to my 19 year old cat with renal failure 3 times a week. I have used needles ( 18x1 gage) from two other well known companies and I do think the Terumo needle goes in easier...also 18x1. I wouldn't stake my life on it but she seems to feel no discomfort...as she did with the other companies needles. Perhaps they really are "thin walled", Please make sure you administer with the bevel up ... and have gotten kitty in a comfortable position where she feels safe and not someplace where she is simply lovingly plopped down for the occasion. My cat is with her companion in a "poof" which she is used to. Just as important...make sure YOU ARE IN A COMFORTABLE POSITION to be able to accomplish the experience. Giving a treat afterwards, also seems to help. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    hydration needles

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    Did the job. price very good, shipment and service is the best.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good needles

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    We've just begun to administer fluid to our one kitty on a daily basis, and these do what they're supposed to do. Note to pet parents just beginning to administer fluids: We found that until we got the hang of inserting the needle into our kitty, we used a 20g needle, which is thinner, and seemed to not bother our kitty as much (he was new to this process too!). The fluid will flow more slowly (smaller needle) so the process will take a little longer, but that worked for us until we all got the hang of things. After about a month, we tried an 18g needle again, and since we all had some experience under our collars, it helped shorten the entire process, with no additional stress to our kitty We've just begun to administer fluid to our one kitty on a daily basis, and these do what they're supposed to do. Note to pet parents just beginning to administer fluids: We found that until we got the hang of inserting the needle into our kitty, we used a 20g needle, which is thinner, and seemed to not bother our kitty as much (he was new to this process too!). The fluid will flow more slowly (smaller needle) so the process will take a little longer, but that worked for us until we all got the hang of things. After about a month, we tried an 18g needle again, and since we all had some experience under our collars, it helped shorten the entire process, with no additional stress to our kitty. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Needles for subq fluids

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    The needles were much better than I expected. Sharper and my dog didn’t seem to mind them as much.i liked the package it better than the other ones I was using that were in a plastic sheath.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good Quality

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    These are made well and I like that they are individually wrapped in minimal, thin plastic so it eliminates the thick plastic cover on other needles I’ve ordered, (less plastic waste.) I gave it a 4 because I really wish I could get 18G x 1”. I don’t need them so long for my skinny, kidney failure kitty. I need to give him his lactate ringer every other day. It’s a lot of poking.

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