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Medicina has developed several types of safety syringe. Enteral/Oral syringes to reduce the risk of wrong route administration and manually and automatically retractable syringes and in result help to reduce needle stick injuries.
Medicina have developed a range of low cost, high quality luer slip and luer lock I.V syringes. Both types of I.V syringe are available in a full range of barrel sizes.
retractable safety syringes
The Medicina range of syringes consists of both automatic and manually retractable options. By having these options available this gives end users the choice to choose the best solution to suit their practice, both options require little additional training for staff and in result prevent to risk of needle stick injury.
Medicina has the most comprehensive range of fully NPSA compliant feeding tubes in the UK. These range from small tubes for neonates through larger tubes for adults and include a number of speciality tubes for use in Critical care areas.
The Medicina range of gastrostomy tubes includes replacement balloon tubes, low profile button gastrostomies and also PEG and RIG kits. There are also a number of accessories including administration sets, dressings and a gastrostomy tidy.
Medicina has a complete range of accessories which make it easy for clinicians and patients to deliver medicines, feeds and flushes safely. We have access devices to allow drawing up from different sized bottles, vials, ampoules and other medicine and feed containers.
With the help of Paediatric surgeons Medicina has developed a number of innovative surgical solutions to help with the treatment of Gastroschesis, and the management of stomas produced by surgery for ACE, Caecostomy and Urological procedures.
Medicina has developed several types of safety syringe. Enteral/Oral syringes to reduce the risk of wrong route administration and manually and automatically retractable syringes to reduce the risk of needle stick injuries.