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McKesson Piston Irrigation Syringe with EnFit Tip

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60ml, Flat Top Style, Purple Plunger

SKU 911
$0.93 Each

60ml, Flat Top Style, Purple Plunger

SKU 911
$38.60 50/Case
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McKesson Piston Irrigation Syringe has a flat top and an ENFit tip that is compatible with ENFit connectors and complies with ISO requirements. Comes in a tamper-proof, ready-to-use bag that keeps the syringe safe until the healthcare worker opens the tamper-proof seal to use it. Disposable, individually packaged design for single, sterile use; easily tears open and discards after use.

What does the McKesson Piston Irrigation Syringe Include?

  • 60 cc (Piston) Enteral Irrigation Syringe
  • Tip Protector


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What Mckesson Piston Irrigation Syringe Includes?

  • Ideal for wound, catheter, and feeding tube irrigation, supplemental hydration, and manual liquid formula dispensation
  • Easy-to-use syringe
  • Bulb, flat, and thumb ring tops for maximum control, less hand slippage, and contamination prevention
  • This irrigation syringe is disposable
  • ENFit tips to reduce the risk of enteral tube feeding misconnections and improve patient safety
  • Has a Flat Plunger and ENFit Tip
  • Compatible with ENFit Connectors

What to buy with Irrigation Syringe

How is Irrigation done?

  • Wash and scrub your hands, fingernails, and fingertips thoroughly.
  • Unpack the sterile components on a dry and flat surface.
  • Put the drape under the connection between the urinary catheter tube and the drainage bag.
  • Pour room-temperature normal saline into the container.
  • Draw 60 ccs of saline into the syringe. (The amount of saline differs from person to person.)
  • Cleanse the connect site with an alcohol swab.
  • Disconnect the catheter from the drainage bag.
  • Insert the tip of the syringe into the catheter tube and gently inject the saline into the catheter.
  • Gently withdraw the fluid from the catheter with the syringe. If the saline contains a large amount of mucous and blood clots, repeat the procedure until most of the mucous has been removed.
  • Detach the syringe from the catheter and let the fluid drain out into the basin.
  • Reattach the catheter tube to the drainage bag.
  • Wash your hands and equipment.

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