Ulticare Syringe Insulin (Syringe - non Rx) Medication


Ulticare Syringe Insulin (Syringe - non Rx)

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UltiCare Syringe Insulin is a brand of insulin syringes that are designed for comfortable and accurate dosing of insulin. The syringe is precision engineered with advanced technology to provide a more comfortable injection experience. The syringe has whole unit markings for easy and accurate measurement of insulin doses. 

UltiCare insulin syringes combine proven comfort with features like bold, easy-to-read barrel markings and large flanges for better grip and control. They offer comfortable and accurate dosing for pets that require insulin injections. It is precision engineered with advanced technology to provide a more comfortable injection. 

Use and Dosage 

To use UltiCare insulin syringe, ensure you have the following items ready. Thoroughly wash your hands with soap and water before handling the syringe and insulin vial to maintain cleanliness. Remove the syringe from its packaging. Check the markings on the syringe barrel to ensure it matches the prescribed dose of insulin you need. 

Clean the rubber stopper on the insulin vial with an alcohol swab. This helps to prevent contamination. If your insulin requires mixing, gently roll the vial between your hands to ensure proper mixing. Do not shake the vial vigorously. Remove the cap from the needle of the syringe. Pull back the plunger to draw in air equal to your prescribed dose of insulin. Insert the needle into the rubber stopper of the insulin vial and push the plunger to inject the air into the vial. This helps create pressure for easy withdrawal of insulin. Keeping the needle in the vial, turn the vial and syringe upside down. Slowly pull back the plunger to withdraw the correct dose of insulin into the syringe. Ensure there are no air bubbles in the syringe. If there are air bubbles, gently tap the syringe to move them to the top and push the plunger to expel the air. Double-check that you have the correct dose of insulin in the syringe. The markings on the syringe barrel should indicate the prescribed dose. Choose an appropriate injection site (as advised by your healthcare provider) and clean it with an alcohol swab. Pinch the skin to create a small fold. Insert the needle into the skin at a 90-degree angle or as directed. Push the plunger slowly to inject the insulin. 

After injecting the insulin, remove the needle from the skin. Apply gentle pressure to the injection site with a clean cotton ball or alcohol swab. Do not rub the site. Place the used syringe in a sharps container for safe disposal. Do not recap the needle or throw it in the regular trash. 

Side Effects 

Common Side Effects 

  • Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar): This can cause symptoms such as shakiness, sweating, dizziness, confusion, and fatigue. 
  • Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar): Symptoms may include increased thirst, frequent urination, blurred vision, and fatigue.  
  • Injection site reactions: This can include redness, swelling, itching, or pain at the injection site. 
  • Lipodystrophy: Repeated injections in the same area can lead to fat buildup (lipohypertrophy) or loss of fat tissue (lipoatrophy) at the injection site. 

Serious Side Effects 

  • Severe hypoglycemia: This is characterized by extremely low blood sugar levels and can lead to loss of consciousness, seizures, or even coma if not promptly treated. 
  • Allergic reactions: Although rare, some individuals may experience allergic reactions to insulin, which can cause symptoms such as rash, itching, difficulty breathing, or swelling of the face, lips, or throat. 
  • Injection site infections: If proper injection techniques and hygiene practices are not followed, there is a small risk of developing an infection at the injection site. 


  • Proper technique: Ensure that you are using the correct technique for injecting insulin. Follow the instructions provided by your healthcare provider or pharmacist to ensure accurate and safe administration. 
  • Handling and storage: Insulin syringes should be stored in a clean and dry place at room temperature. Avoid exposing them to extreme heat or cold, as it can affect the quality and effectiveness of the insulin. 
  • Use a new syringe: Always use a new, sterile syringe for each injection to prevent contamination and ensure accuracy of dosage. 
  • Dispose of used syringes safely: After each use, promptly dispose of used syringes in a sharps container. Do not recap the needle or throw it in the regular trash to avoid accidental needlestick injuries. 
  • Needle hygiene: Avoid touching the needle, or allowing it to come into contact with any surfaces, before use to maintain sterility. 
  • Needle size selection: Use the appropriate needle length for the injection site recommended by your healthcare provider. Using needles that are too short may result in ineffective insulin delivery, while needles that are too long may cause discomfort or increase the risk of injecting into muscle instead of subcutaneous tissue. 
  • Consult your healthcare provider: If you have any concerns or questions about using UltiCare Insulin Syringes or any other aspects of your diabetes management, consult your healthcare provider or  pharmacist. 

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Syringe – non Rx




29G – 1cc

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