Results for: Syringe

In Science

What is a CC on a syringe?

A "cc" marking on a syringe is a marker to indicate the volume of the syringe when filled to that marker. A "cc" is a cubic centimeter (cm3). 1 cc = 1 cm3 = 1 milliliter (o (MORE)

What is the use of syringe?

A syringe is used to administer highly specific doses of medicine or, if it is designed with a needle it can be used to inject someone with medicine (Or any other fluid) into (MORE)

Who invented the syringe?

Forms of intravenous injection and infusion began as early as 1670. However, Charles Gabriel Pravaz and Alexander Wood were the first to develop a syringe with a needle fine e (MORE)

What is cc in syringe?

  cc is an old term that means cubic centermetre. It is now replaced by the term ml (millilitre). 1cc = 1ml
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What is a oral syringe?

Oral syringe is an instrument with the help of which a precise amount of liquidized medication (e.g. solution, suspension, emulsion) can be taken by mouth.
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In Biology

What is an syringe and how is it used?

A syringe is an injection. It is a small tube with a measuring cylinder and a needle to eject the liquid into the body. To use it, you must pour the liquid into the cylinder (MORE)
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What does a syringe have in it?

Most of the time, it has fluid for medicinal purposes in it. The syringe does the job of delivering the medicinal fluid into whoever needs it.