2:547:08How to Read a Syringe 3 ml, 1 ml, Insulin, & 5 ml/cc | Reading aYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipAnd as you can tell on this picture each area is measured out. So the top part where the top line isMoreAnd as you can tell on this picture each area is measured out. So the top part where the top line is 0.5 milliliters then it goes to one then the next line is 1.5.
The number lines in an insulin syringe, measured in milliliters (mL), stand for the following: 0.3 mL syringes are for insulin doses under 30 units of insulin and are numbered at 1-unit intervals. 0.5 mL syringes are for 30 to 50 units of insulin and are numbered at 1-unit intervals.
It's generally accepted that 1 drop = 0.05 ml. therefore 10 drops = 0.5 ml.
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