Monoject Needles Rx

Monoject Needles Rx

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What are Monoject Needles for Dogs and Cats?

  • Monoject needles can be easily attached to IV sets for the administration of subcutaneous fluids, or used with syringes without needles to give subcutaneous or intramuscular injections.
  • These  sterile, autoclavable needles are designed so they don’t cause inflammation.
  • Monoject needles come in many sizes for many uses.
  • Monoject needles can be used with Luer-lock or slip-lock IV sets and syringes without needles.
  • They are latex free and include a color-coded polypropylene Luer-lock hub for a secure, leak-free connection.
  • These needles are packaged individually and are available in a range of gauges and lengths.
  • VetRxDirect requires a prescription for all needles. 

Why do cats and dogs use Monoject Needles?

  • If your cat or dog need IV fluid administration or injections, your veterinarian may prescribe needles like Monoject needles.

What else should I know about Monoject Needles?

  • Contact your pet's veterinarian regarding the selection of the proper needle for each injectable medication for your pet.
  • The smaller the gauge number, the larger the circumference of the needle. Larger circumferences allow for faster delivery of fluids.
  • The larger the gauge number, the smaller the circumference of the needle. Smaller circumferences may cause less pain.
  • 20 gauge needles are the most popular size for administering subcutaneous fluids to cats and small dogs.
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How do you use Monoject Needles?

  • Use each needle one time only.
  • Dispose of all used needles in a sharps container according to local rules and regulations.
  • Contact your local waste management or check on how to dispose of the needles properly.

What is in Monoject Needles?

  • Monoject needles are sterile, latex free, non-toxic, and non-pyrogenic.

Will I get what I see in the picture?

  • Monoject is a brand name. You will receive the exact brand that you request.

Is it important for my dog or cat to finish all of the Monoject Needles?

  • Dogs and cats may use Monoject Needles for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.

Who makes Monoject Needles?

  • Monoject Needles are made by the manufacturer Cardinal Health (Covidien).