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BD Plastipak Hypodermic Syringe - Luer Slip

SKU
C000355
From £9.16

The BD Plastipak Luer Slip syringes single-use, sterile and latex-free. 

These luer Lock syringes from BD are sterile and individually wrapped for safe use in medical environments.

The clear barrel and bold, black graduations make reading fluid levels easy, allowing for accurate measurements.

They have a luer Lock hub to connect with needles or IV ports. They’re also latex free.

Choose from a range of options, from 1ml to 50ml depending on your needs.

Buy your BD Plastipak Hypodermic Syringe (luer lock) online at Premier Healthcare & Hygiene today. If you’d like to order bulk, get in touch and a member of our team will be happy to help.

What is a Luer lock syringe used for?

A Luer Lock syringe is used for when you want a secure bond between your syringe and needle. For example, syringe drivers or IV connections. They’re slightly more secure than Luer Slip syringes as the needles are twisted on. This prevents the needle being removed and accidental injection of contents.

What is the difference between a luer lock and luer slip syringe?

Luer Lock syringes require the hypodermic needle to be screwed on, whereas with luer slip syringes the needle is pushed on.

Do all needles fit Luer Lock syringes?

Yes – with a few minor exceptions. Oral and catheter syringes have a different fitment. The diameter of the luer aperture is too big for a standard needle.

FitmentLuer Slip
PrefilledNo
SterilitySterile
TypeHypodermic
ManufacturerBecton Dickinson

These luer Lock syringes from BD are sterile and individually wrapped for safe use in medical environments.

The clear barrel and bold, black graduations make reading fluid levels easy, allowing for accurate measurements.

They have a luer Lock hub to connect with needles or IV ports. They’re also latex free.

Choose from a range of options, from 1ml to 50ml depending on your needs.

Buy your BD Plastipak Hypodermic Syringe (luer lock) online at Premier Healthcare & Hygiene today. If you’d like to order bulk, get in touch and a member of our team will be happy to help.

What is a Luer lock syringe used for?

A Luer Lock syringe is used for when you want a secure bond between your syringe and needle. For example, syringe drivers or IV connections. They’re slightly more secure than Luer Slip syringes as the needles are twisted on. This prevents the needle being removed and accidental injection of contents.

What is the difference between a luer lock and luer slip syringe?

Luer Lock syringes require the hypodermic needle to be screwed on, whereas with luer slip syringes the needle is pushed on.

Do all needles fit Luer Lock syringes?

Yes – with a few minor exceptions. Oral and catheter syringes have a different fitment. The diameter of the luer aperture is too big for a standard needle.

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FitmentLuer Slip
PrefilledNo
SterilitySterile
TypeHypodermic
ManufacturerBecton Dickinson

These luer Lock syringes from BD are sterile and individually wrapped for safe use in medical environments.

The clear barrel and bold, black graduations make reading fluid levels easy, allowing for accurate measurements.

They have a luer Lock hub to connect with needles or IV ports. They’re also latex free.

Choose from a range of options, from 1ml to 50ml depending on your needs.

Buy your BD Plastipak Hypodermic Syringe (luer lock) online at Premier Healthcare & Hygiene today. If you’d like to order bulk, get in touch and a member of our team will be happy to help.

What is a Luer lock syringe used for?

A Luer Lock syringe is used for when you want a secure bond between your syringe and needle. For example, syringe drivers or IV connections. They’re slightly more secure than Luer Slip syringes as the needles are twisted on. This prevents the needle being removed and accidental injection of contents.

What is the difference between a luer lock and luer slip syringe?

Luer Lock syringes require the hypodermic needle to be screwed on, whereas with luer slip syringes the needle is pushed on.

Do all needles fit Luer Lock syringes?

Yes – with a few minor exceptions. Oral and catheter syringes have a different fitment. The diameter of the luer aperture is too big for a standard needle.

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