Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes Rx
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Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes Rx
Usually ships the same weekday before 3pm CT with veterinary approval.
Requires veterinary authorization.
Your pet's veterinarian will provide directions for use.
What are UltiCare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes for Dogs and Cats?
- Insulin is a hormone that is naturally produced by the pancreas to convert sugar (glucose) in the blood to energy for the body.
- Diabetic animals are either unable to produce their own insulin or cannot use it properly.
- Insulin injections help treat diabetes in cats and dogs by normalizing the glucose level in the blood.
- Insulin syringes are necessary for administering this important drug.
- U-100 insulin is divided into 100 dosing units per milliliter.
- U-100 insulin syringes are designed to inject U-100 insulin types, such as Basaglar, Humalog, Humulin, Lantus, Levemir, NovoLog, and Novolin.
- These precision-engineered syringes make administering daily insulin shots accurate, easy, and effective.
- The sterile, latex-free syringes feature a silicone coated barrel and tri-beveled tip for comfort.
Why do cats and dogs use UltiCare U-100 Insulin Syringes?
- Insulin is prescribed to dogs and cats with diabetes mellitus to help lower their blood sugar.
- Insulin is an ongoing, supportive treatment for diabetes.
- Insulin must be injected subcutaneously, or below the skin, using a syringe or an insulin pen and pen needle.
What else should I know about UltiCare U-100 Insulin Syringes?
- VetRxDirect requires a prescription from a veterinarian to dispense syringes.
- High quality syringes to administer insulin.
- Tri-beveled tip and silicone coated barrel for your pet’s comfort.
- 100 per box -- 10 packs of 10 syringes.
- For use with U-100 insulin only.
- 3/10 cc syringes hold up to 30 units of insulin. It may be easier to accurately dose small doses of insulin, such as one unit, with 3/10 cc syringes.
- 1/2 cc syringes hold up to 50 units of insulin.
- 1 cc syringes hold up to 100 units of insulin.
- Half-unit markings make it easier to accurately draw up doses of half-units.
- Syringes in sharps containers come in a container to use to safely dispose of used syringes.
- 31 gauge needles have a smaller circumference than 28 gauge and 29 gauge needles.
- 29 gauge needles have a slightly smaller circumference than 28 gauge needles.
- 5/16 inch needles are shorter than 1/2 inch needles.
- U-40 syringes and U-100 syringes are NOT the same. Looking for U-40 syringes?
What problems could my dog or cat have with UltiCare U-100 Insulin Syringes?
- U-40 syringes and U-100 syringes are NOT interchangeable.
- You can only accurately select a U-100 insulin dose with a U-100 syringe.
- It is very important that you select the correct dosing system syringe in order to not overdose or underdose insulin to your dog or cat.
How do you use UltiCare U-100 Insulin Syringes?
- Syringes should be used one time only.
- Contact your local waste management or check SafeNeedleDisposal.org on how to dispose of the syringes properly.
What is in UltiCare U-100 Insulin Syringes?
- UltiCare syringes are latex-free and feature a silicone coated barrel and tri-beveled tip for injection comfort.
- Sold by box of 100 syringes.
Will I get what I see in the picture?
- UltiCare 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 UltiCare U-100 Insulin Syringes?
- Dogs and cats may use insulin and UltiCare U-100 Insulin Syringes for different lengths of time. Please consult your veterinarian if you have any questions.
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Bailey inaulinFrom UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 31G, 5/16 Inch, 100ct, 1/2 Unit Markings, Sharps ContainerHelps me administer Baileys insulin.
Lower PriceFrom UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 29G, 1/2 Inch, 100ctIt was the same brand I purchase from my vet, but the price was much lower.
Our diabetic cat well taken care ofFrom UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 31G, 5/16 Inch, 60ct, 1/2 Unit MarkingsExcellent products! We have a diabetic cat. Budders gets well taken care of by their products! Friendly customer service! Receive orders quickly! Highly recommended!
Best syringes for giving insulin to diabetic dogs!From UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 31G, 5/16 Inch, 60ct, 1/2 Unit MarkingsThese syringes make measuring 4.5 units of insulin very easy. I know my dog is getting the correct dose of insulin and the small gauge of the needle makes it less painful for my dog.
proper insulin syringesFrom UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 31G, 5/16 Inch, 60ct, 1/2 Unit MarkingsHelped me tremendously when I needed to order syringes for my cat. Great customer service.
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Insulin syringesFrom UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 31G, 5/16 Inch, 60ct, 1/2 Unit MarkingsThe insulin syringes are perfect. Daisy is diabetic.
Accurate Dosing!From UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 31G, 5/16 Inch, 60ct, 1/2 Unit MarkingsMy cat is a diabetic, receiving 1u-1.5u insulin twice daily. This syringe is accurate to measure 0.5u. With another brand that I used, the zero line was not always at the end of the syringe, making the dose off by 0.5 u sometimes. I've been through several boxes now and all of the syringes are correct.
Daisy Mae insulin syringes.From UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 3/10cc, 31G, 5/16 Inch, 100ct, Sharps ContainerI was having trouble finding these syringes for my diabetic 8 pound Pomeranian dog in local drug stores. I am very happy to get them online.
The Only Syringes I Use!From UndisclosedComments about Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes 1/2cc, 29G, 1/2 Inch, 100ctJustin was diagnosed with diabetes a year ago after being on Prednisone for over a year for IBD-Lymphoma. These syringes are marked so I can readily provide him with the 3 and 1/2 units of insulin he needs twice/day. The needles enter his skin easily so he has no discomfort.
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Q & A
We are currently. Using Covidien Monoject 3/10 ml insulin syringes 29Gx1/2" with 1/2 unit markings and an orange cap/fixed needle. Which product of yours matches the above description??
Do you have an equivalent to the Covidien monoject 1 mL fixed-needle 25G (or smaller) syringe? Not for insulin, using it for s.c. 0.45 mL Cerenia injections - thanks!?
The most equivalent product that we carry would be a 1mL insulin syringe depending on the needle size that you require. Insulin syringes have fixed needles that are smaller than 25 gauge. The syringes also have appropriate dosage markings necessary for administering 0.45ml and can be used to administer other medications besides insulin. Otherwise, we also carry 1 ml syringes and 25 gauge monoject or terumo brand needles that can be purchased separately and attached at the time of each injection.Verified Answer
currently using insulin syringes= 3/10 mL/ 6mm/31g-ultra fine. What is your equilivint product?
The closest product currently offered would be the U-100 3/10mL, 8mm (5/16”), 31g insulin syringe.Verified Answer
Do your half unit syringe markings start at 0.5 units? Or at 1 unit? My cat needs 0.5 units twice daily and I'm trying to find syringes that have a 0.5 unit marking on them?
The Ulticare VetRx U-100 Insulin Syringes with half unit markings start at 0.5 units.Verified Answer
My dog is using BD ultra fine needle, 0.33mm (29G) x 12.77 (1/2"). Is this measurement compatible to your 3/10cc, 29G, 1/2", 100ct??
The Ulticare VetRx insulin syringe has the same needle gauge and length, however, we would need to know the syringe size of the BD brand before making a full comparison of the two. This specific Ulticare syringe is 3/10cc.Verified Answer
You sent me a U-100 syringe that only held 10 units with 1 unit clearly marked. Which product is that??
For specific questions relating to your order, please contact our pharmacy staff via email at [email protected] Other contact information is available on our site at: https://www.vetrxdirect.com/contactVerified Answer
What is the diameter of the syringe body??
Hi. what is the internal diameter of 0.3 and 0.5 syringes? the 3/10 with 1/2 unit measurements. Thnk you.?
This is the first time I have used the u 100 insulin & The dosage is only 2 units . The unit calibration for this 30 unit syringe seems difficult to see & I am wondering if this is the proper syringe & of course it's at a time when the vet is unavailable. Can u help me??
There are syringes specifically designed for administering small doses of insulin. The correct syringe for injecting 2 units of insulin would be the U-40 insulin syringes. These syringes are designed for doses up to 12 units. Please contact your veterinarian for any additional questions or concerns regarding this issue.Verified Answer
I am using 3/10 mL/cc 30 gauge 8mm (5/16) length. Would these ones work just fine? I am only giving up to line 2 or 3 cc.?
Based on the information in this question, we are not able to provide an adequate answer. Please refer to your veterinarian.Verified Answer
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