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hypodermic needle

[¦hī·pə¦dər·mik ′nēd·əl]
(medicine)
A hollow needle, with a slanted open point, used for subcutaneous and intramuscular injections of fluid.
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Pinard said he would stab them with a hypodermic needle if they didn't let him go.
Three months after vaccination, the researchers also exposed a different group of immunized mice to flu virus and found that animals vaccinated with microneedles appeared to have a better "recall" response to the virus and thus were able to clear the virus from their lungs more effectively than those that received vaccine with hypodermic needles.
He showed us where he found them and we visited the primary school to reward Daniel for doing the right thing and to tell the children that hypodermic needles are very dangerous, and could make you very poorly.
All sharps, including but not limited to used hypodermic needles and lancers, must be enclosed in puncture-proof containers before dropping them into the kiosk container.
Collection crews were gathering green waste from non-standard green waste bags when a number of hypodermic needles were found mixed in with the contents of a black bag.
Recently, a pile of more than 150 hypodermic needles was one risky find in Canyon Country.
and subsidiaries (OTCBB:SCOM) ("Sharps" or the "Company"), leading providers of cost-effective medical waste disposal solutions for industry and consumers, today announced the passage of Massachusetts Senate Bill 2569 which requires the Massachusetts department of public health, in conjunction with other relevant state and local agencies and government departments, to design, establish and implement a program for the collection and disposal of non-commercially generated, spent hypodermic needles and lancets.
Sterile Hypodermic Needles G22 Sterile Hypodermic Needles G26 C Arm Cover Disposable Cramer Wire Splint 90cm Paraffin gauze 10cm x 10cm tin of 10.
NO MORE STICKS: There's good news for diabetics looking for a safer way to dispose of hypodermic needles.
After hypodermic needles washed up on East Coast beaches last summer, 22 states enacted new infectious waste laws or regulations and Congress passed the Federal Medical Waste Tracking Act.
In addition to its line of hypodermic needles and insulin syringes, Devon Medical has other medical products in various R&D, production, and patent-pending stages.
Diabetic insulin users are generally allowed to bring hypodermic needles aboard planes if they have some sort of proof, such as a prescription, to show they need them, but the protocol depends upon individual airlines, officials told the Associated Press.