NeoMed Oral Syringe – Orange

$2.95

** Only 60mL syringe is available at the time **

  • 1 mL to 100 mL sizes available
  • Includes self-righting tip cap necessary for adherence to aseptic technique protocols
  • FDA 510(k) clearance allows both enteral and direct oral administration.
  • Offset tip, solid plunger, and o-ring designs minimize lipid loss, maximizing nutrition delivery
  • Our syringes are not made with BPA, DEHP, or Latex.
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 NeoMed Oral/Enteral Syringes

1 mL to 100 mL sizes available
Includes self-righting tip cap necessary for adherence to aseptic technique protocols
FDA 510(k) clearance allows both enteral and direct oral administration.
Offset tip, solid plunger, and o-ring designs minimize lipid loss, maximizing nutrition delivery
Our syringes are not made with BPA, DEHP, or Latex.
NeoMed’s syringes are designed to work seamlessly with most new or existing pumps
on the market without introducing flow variances common with other oral dispensers.

Medfusion 3500 & 4000 V5
6, 12, 20, 35, 60, 100 mL
See Validation Letter ►

BBraun Perfusor
3, 6, 12, 20, 35, 60 mL
See Validation Letter ►

ABC 4100
3, 6, 12, 20, 35, 60, 100 mL
See Validation Letter ►

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Eccentric Tips

Eccentric Tips have the lowest fat loss.
NeoMed funded an independent study* to look at fat loss in a variety of enteral syringe types. This study was part of a comprehensive review of the design elements of syringes and fat loss during HBM delivery. The results of this independent study may have long range implications for the NICU and their choice of enteral delivery syringes: This study identified a statistically significant relationship between fat loss in horizontally positioned 60 mL syringes and aspects of their design.

Off-Center syringe tips with solid piston design have fat loss of 6%.
Center syringe tips with elastomeric piston design have fat loss from 11% to 22%.

The solid polypropylene plunger head is flatter, creating less surface area for unwanted lipid/fat adhesion.
Rubber plunger tips are more conical, creating more surface area for unwanted lipid/fat adhesion.

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