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Insulin Syringes - Page 6

Insulin Syringes - Page 6

Part of your diabetes self-care regimen may be to use syringes for insulin. However, affordable syringes can be hard to come by, making it difficult for you to manage your diabetes effectively. At ADW Diabetes, we prioritize your health and wellness by making sure you have access to affordable insulin needles and syringes in every gauge length. Don't worry about going over budget or going without. When you need the right products to manage your diabetes, you can rely on ADW Diabetes to give you support.

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Shop Insulin Syringes From Trusted Brands

Finding the right syringes for your daily regimen is crucial to maintaining your overall health. Fortunately, you don't have to worry about not having the syringes that you've been specifically recommended by your primary care physician. Regardless of gauge, length, or barrel size, we carry a wide selection of products from trusted brands, like BD, UltiCare, TRUEplus, and Monoject, at prices you can afford. You should never have to compromise size or quality when you're shopping for diabetes care and health and wellness products.

What are the common insulin syringe sizes?

Needle gauge, needle length, and barrel size are the main components to consider when using insulin syringes. Your physician should always advise which size is best for your needs.

  • Needle Gauge: Needle gauge indicates the width or thickness of the insulin syringe. The gauge can range from 28-32 gauge. The smaller the gauge number, the bigger the thickness or width, so a 28 gauge will be bigger than a 31 gauge. A smaller gauge may cause less pain and needle anxiety.
  • Needle Length: Needle length indicates the actual length of the needle on the syringe. The most common needle lengths are ½ inch (12.7mm), 5/16 inch (8mm), 3/16 inch (5mm) and 1/8 inch (4mm). The smaller the mm or millimeter, the shorter the needle.
  • Barrel Size: Barrel size (measured in CC) indicates how many units of insulin a syringe can hold. The three common sizes of insulin needles available are 3/10cc (for 30 units or less), 5/10cc (for 50 units or less) and 1cc (used for 50-100 units). The smaller barrel for less insulin allows it to achieve better accuracy.

What are some of the top brands of insulin syringes?

  • Becton Dickinson (BD) is one of the leaders in diabetes care. They develop easy to use, high-quality syringes. BD offers advanced safety in their products to protect healthcare workers and patients.
  • Monoject offers a full range of high, quality insulin needles. They look to the future for even more improvements in development.
  • TRUEplus by Trividia Health offers affordable, quality insulin needles in a variety of sizes for added comfort.
  • Sure Comfort, from Allison Medical, is known for quality and competitive pricing along with a wide offering of insulin syringes.

Tips When Using Insulin Syringes

  • Always use the correct size for your individual needs based on the instructions provided by your diabetes health care provider.
  • Never re-use a syringe needle. The needle will become dull and lose the outer lubrication after the first use. This will make for a more painful injection with an increased risk for infection.
  • Remember to monitor and keep track of your blood glucose levels.
  • Always wash hands with warm water and soap prior to injection.
  • Dispose of needles properly following your local ordinances. Call your local health department for more information. You can also purchase proper needle disposal containers.
  • Remember to rotate your needle injection sites to prevent skin injury, scarring and help with absorption. Common injection sites are the abdomen, upper, outer thigh, and upper hips or buttocks.

Get Your Diabetes Needs Met

ADW Diabetes has always had the mission of ensuring that everyone has access to high-quality diabetes supplies at affordable prices. Shopping with ADW Diabetes for insulin syringes means having an easy and secure shopping experience with superior customer service, getting free shipping on orders over $89 (with easy returns on your products), and even being able to take advantage of our Auto-Ship program, so that you never run out of the supplies you need. Download our diabetes app for easy shopping today!

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