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Syringes, Cartridge, Insulin, Penlike

Definition : Cartridge syringes that are designed to resemble a standard ball-point pen and are used to inject insulin from prefilled disposable cartridges (e.g., 1 to 3 mL capacity). These syringes are typically reusable metallic devices that include a dial for accurate selection of the appropriate dose and a button for injection.

Entry Terms : "Pen-Like Insulin Syringes" , "Pen-Like Syringes, Insulin" , "Insulin Pens"

UMDC code : 20310

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Allison Medical Inc

Company Type: Parent

At Allison Medical, it is our mission to provide uncompromised product quality and exceptional customer service, while addressing the ever changing needs of both patient and allied health professionals worldwide. For over 20 years, our manufacturing and distribution model has been a solutions provider in addressing the wide-ranging landscape of disease management.


Company Type: Parent

BD is a medical technology company that serves healthcare institutions, life science researchers, clinical laboratories, industry and the general public.

Medicore Inc

Company Type: Parent

Since 1961, MediCore has been proud to manufacture and distribute medical products found in homes and medical facilities throughout the United States and abroad. At MediCore, our commitment is to provide first class customer service and quality products at reasonable prices. Our Medical Supply division was established early in our lifecycle and has served hospitals, blood centers, laboratories, and other medical facilities ever since. The MediCore Tube Stripper has been widely regarded as the premier Tube Stripper on the market since the early 1980's. With its ergonomic design, superior stripping ability, and cost effective price, there are simply no better products on the market.

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