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What is an irrigaiton syringe used for? Irrigation syringes are commonly used to flush out wounds, foley catheters, and ostomy stomas. They can a ... [read more]
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Monoject Syringe - 60 ml Sterile Catheter Tip

  • Sterile piston syringe
  • Irrigation syringe features catheter tip
  • 60cc capacity
From $0.86

Covidien Dover - Bulb Irrigation Syringe

  • 50cc bulb syringe
  • Allows for controlled, precise suction
  • Includes syringe tip cover
From $1.62

Medline - Bulb Syringe Aspirator

  • 3 Ounce bulb syringe aspirator
  • Ideal for safely removing secretions
  • Cleanses nasal passages of newborns
  • Economical
From $2.46

Covidien Kangaroo - Piston Irrigation Syringe with Container

  • 60cc Syringe with 500cc canister
  • Convenient tear-to-open packaging, resealable flap
  • Includes luer adapter, patient label, thumb ring, syringe, and container
From $2.04

BD - 10ml Luer Lok Syringe

  • Luer-Lok Tip
  • Capacity: 10ml
  • Made in the USA
  • 1/5ml graduation
  • Positive plunger rod stop
From $0.24

Monoject Syringe - 12mL Regular Tip Non-sterile

  • 12ml Capacity
  • Bulk packaged
  • Regular tip syringe
  • Standard graduations
  • Maybe autoclaved or gas sterilized
From $34.90

Amsino AmSure - 60 mL Sterile Piston Enteral Irrigation Syringe

  • Sterile
  • Catheter tip with cover
  • Thumb control ring
From $0.84

BD - 50ml Catheter Tip Syringe

  • Sterile
  • 0.25 oz increments
  • Catheter tip with protective cover
  • Easy-to-use plunger
From $2.03

Dynarex - Sterile 60cc Bulb Irrigation Syringe

  • Easy grip
  • Can be used one handed
  • Calibrated in both cubic centimeters and ounces
  • Comfortable finger rest and thumb ring help provide maximum control
From $1.24

Dynarex 60 cc Piston Irrigation Syringe

  • Sterile
  • Catheter tip irrigation syringe
  • Calibrated in ounces and cubic centimeters
  • O-ring on piston ensures positive seal
  • Thumb ring and finger rests add extra control
  • Sold by the each and the case of 50
From $0.87

What is an irrigaiton syringe used for?

Irrigation syringes are commonly used to flush out wounds, foley catheters, and ostomy stomas. They can also rinse irritants from eyes and ears.

Irrigation syringes have several uses. They can help remove any debris from a wound before dressing the wound. When used with catheters, it clears the tubing of any blockages. Some ostomates are able to train their stoma by using an irrigation syringe and water to empty the bowel. There are several types of irrigation syringes available, including bulb syringes, piston syringes, and luer lok syringes.

A bulb syringe has an air-filled balloon at the base. After you squeeze the bulb, a suction effect is created. Bulb syringes are commonly used to clear an infant's nasal passages or suction fluid from the mouth.

Piston syringes feature a plastic plunger at the end to dispense fluid. Some piston syringes have a flat base, while others have a ring shape that you can put your finger through. Both of these designs yield the same result, so it comes down to personal preference.

Luer lock syringes have a threaded tip that twists and locks into place over a needle to create a leak-free seal and secure connection. This type of syringe is used for delivering IV solutions and injections without the risk of the needle disconnecting. Hypodermic needles mainly use syringes with luer lock tips because their universal design standard is compatible with most needle manufacturers.

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