Jun. 27, 2023
The veterinary syringe is a special drug packaging, which prepackages the preparation in the tube sleeve. When administering the drug, open the protective cap and push the push rod to perform simple drug administration, thus effectively reducing the risk of cross-infection. This kind of packaging is widely used in animal medicines, such as pet nutrition cream, uterine infusion medicine, cow mastitis medicine, etc.
The veterinary syringe is composed of a sleeve, a push rod, a piston, a protective cap or a positioning ring, and there are certain differences in design depending on the type of drug used. For uterine perfusion drugs, pet nutrition cream, etc., its tip is thicker, which is mainly for the convenience of drug administration. In order to precisely control the dose of the drug, the push rod is also marked with a standard scale, which can be used with the positioning ring to make the dosage of the drug more accurate and avoid harm to the health of animals due to overdose. For drugs such as cow mastitis medicine and cockroach medicine, the tip of this packaging is relatively thin, which is also for the convenience of administration.
In general, veterinary syringes can effectively reduce drug contamination and improve drug safety and controllability. In addition, its ease of use and precision make it popular in the production and use of animal medicines.