EASY-FLUSH (Externally Sterile) | Prefilled Saline Flush Syringes 10 ml

Prefilled Saline Flush Syringes

Flush Syringe is a range of ready-to-use sterile flush syringes containing  0.9% Sodium Chloride ( NaCl) Specifically designed to enhance best clinical practice.

Sodium Chloride Flush Syringe Features 

  1. Reduce the risk of CR-BSI ( Catheter Related Blood Streaming Infections).
  2. Saline Syringe avoid the risk of cannula/Catheter Damage.
  3. Helps to reduce medication errors and contamination risks associated with multi-dose vials.
  4. Improves clinician efficiency and workflow by eliminating the steps and time involved in the manual preparation of saline syringes.
  5. Sterilized by Gamma Radiation.
  6. Individual Packaging in Blister Pack.

Size :- 3ml, 5ml, and 10ml.

Description

Features

sterilized by Gamma Radiation.
Sterile, Non-Toxic, Non-Pyrogenic, Single use only.
Available in
3ml, 5ml & 10ml, Individual Blister pack

Follow Proper Saline flush syringe by Healthcare Professional 

Pre-filled Saline Flush Syringes

When it comes to using syringes, flushing refers to the process of clearing the syringe and needle of any residual medication or fluid after an injection or withdrawal. Flushing is an important step for several reasons:

1. Preventing cross-contamination:

Flushing the syringe helps prevent cross-contamination between different medications or solutions. By clearing the syringe of any remnants of the previous substance, you reduce the risk of introducing unintended substances into the next injection.

2. Ensuring accurate dosage:

Flushing ensures that the intended dose of medication is delivered to the patient. By clearing the syringe, you eliminate any residual medication that could alter the accuracy of subsequent injections or dilute the desired dosage.

3. Maintaining needle patency:

Flushing the syringe helps maintain the patency of the needle. It prevents the build-up of medication or blood clots within the needle that could potentially obstruct the flow of medication during subsequent injections.

4. Preventing medication interactions:

Flushing the syringe between different medications helps prevent potential interactions between drugs. Some medications can react with one another, leading to undesirable effects or reduced efficacy. Flushing the syringe removes any remnants of the previous medication, minimizing the risk of interactions.

5. Reducing the risk of infections:

Flushing the syringe after use helps minimize the risk of infections associated with contaminated needles. It removes any remaining blood or bodily fluids that may contain pathogens, reducing the potential for transmission to other individuals.

It’s important to follow proper flushing techniques as recommended by healthcare professionals or specific medication administration guidelines. The exact method may vary depending on the type of syringe, medication, and healthcare setting.