Needles and Syringes

Needles are used with a syringe to inject liquid samples into the body, or to extract fluids (particularly blood) out of the body. Both syringes and needles work together, with the needle being the point of contact with the skin and the syringe acting as a pump and plunger that fits within a tube and which can be pushed and pulled to either take in or dispel liquid. Commons types of needle include hypodermic needles with standard bevels, short bevels and true short bevel which cater to different applications and vein types. Needles are also gauged in accordance with size, with 7 gauge being the largest) and 33 the smallest. Needles are used by medical professionals to administrate medication, pain relief, treatment and medication. They are also used domestically by those who require frequent medication.

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