What is disposable oral dosing syringe
A syringe is a simple reciprocating pump consisting of a plunger that fits tightly into a cylindrical tube called a cylinder. The plunger can be pulled and pushed linearly along the inside of the pipe, allowing the injector to inhale and discharge liquid or gas through the discharge hole at the front end of the pipe. The opening end of the syringe can be fitted with a subcutaneous injection needle, nozzle or pipe to help guide the inflow and outflow of the syringe. Syringes are often used in clinical medicine to inject, inject intravenous therapy into the bloodstream, apply compounds such as glue or lubricants, and measure fluids.
Disposable oral dosing syringe is a measuring instrument used to accurately measure the dosage of liquid drugs, expressed in milliliters. They have no threaded tips because needles or other devices need not be screwed onto them. Simply eject or inhale content from a syringe into the mouth of a person or animal. Disposable oral dosing syringe comes in all sizes, 1-10 ml or larger. The most commonly used sizes are 1 ml, 2.5 ml and 5 ML. It is widely used in medicine.