Syringe BD Needle Integra (Syringe - non Rx)

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Syringe BD Needle Integra Brand
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25Gx5/8 - 3cc
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The BD Integra retracting syringe is a medical device designed with safety features that allow the needle to retract after injection to reduce the risk of needlestick injuries. It has significantly lower dead space volume as compared to a traditional luer lock syringe and needle, providing greater accuracy, and reducing waste.

The needle and syringe do not have a standard luer connection, which means conventional luer lock needles cannot be used with the BD Integra syringe. However, it is worth noting that the product has been discontinued as of September 30th, 2022.

Use and Dosage

To use the BD Integra retracting syringe, follow these general steps:

  1. Preparation: Ensure you have the necessary medication, a compatible needle, and a clean, sterile work area.
  2. Attach the needle: If using a detachable needle, securely attach it to the syringe by twisting it onto the non-luer thread of the syringe barrel. Ensure it is properly aligned and tightened.
  3. Prepare the medication: Draw the appropriate amount of medication into the syringe following standard aseptic techniques.
  4. Administer the injection: Carefully position the needle at the desired injection site on the patient's body. Slowly and steadily inject the medication using the controlled rate recommended for the specific medication and injection type.
  5. Activate the safety feature: After completing the injection, you have the option to activate the safety feature before or after withdrawing the needle from the patient. Follow the instructions provided by BD for your specific model of the BD Integra retracting syringe.

Once the safety feature is activated, the needle will retract into the syringe barrel, reducing the risk of needlestick injuries. Ensure the needle is fully retracted before disposal.

Forms and Strength

Syringe BD Needle Integra (Syringe - non-Rx) is available in the following forms and strength:

Syringe BD Needle Integra: Syringe

  • 25Gx5/8 - 3cc


  • Use only as directed and trained: Any medical device, including this syringe, should be used only by healthcare professionals who are trained and authorized to use them properly. Using it without proper training or authorization can result in injury or infection.
  • Avoid reuse: Single-use devices, especially those used for medical injection, are designed to be used once and then discarded. Reusing the syringe or needle can cause accidental contamination and harm to the patient and healthcare worker.
  • Proper disposal: Proper disposal of used needles and syringes is crucial to avoid accidental injury and infection to those who handle them. Used syringes and needles should not be disposed of in regular trash but in designated biohazard waste containers.
  • Needlestick injury prevention: Needlestick injuries are a significant source of infection for healthcare workers. Retractable needle technology and safety devices can help prevent needlestick injuries. The BD Integra syringe has a retractable needle that provides safety benefits when properly used.
  • Compatibility: Different medications may require different types of syringes and needles. Ensure that the BD Integra syringe with its detachable needle is compatible with the medication being injected.
  • Correct needle size: Using the correct needle size is important to ensure proper injection and minimize discomfort or injury to the patient. Using a needle that is too small or too large for the intended injection can cause problems.
  • Proper handling and storage: The syringe with needle should be properly handled and stored to prevent damage or contamination. Avoid touching the needle or syringe tip with bare hands. The device should be stored in a clean, dry place and protected from light and heat.
  • Allergies and adverse reactions: Some patients may be allergic to certain components of the syringe or needle. Careful consideration should be given to allergies or adverse reactions before using the device. If an adverse reaction is observed, the use of the device should be immediately discontinued, and appropriate medical attention should be sought.
  • Sterility: The BD Integra syringe is intended as a sterile device. Check that the device is properly sealed, and do not use it if the package shows signs of damage or tampering.
  • Compliance with regulatory requirements: Regulatory requirements, such as the need for appropriate labeling, quality control, or legal authorization, should be met before using or selling the BD Integra syringe in any given context. Failure to meet such requirements can result in legal or medical repercussions.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What is BD Integra used for?

The BD Integra retracting syringe is designed to have significantly lower dead space volume as compared to a traditional luer lock syringe and needle which may result in reduced medication waste.

How do I dispose of the BD Integra retracting syringe after use?

The BD Integra retracting syringe should be disposed of according to local regulations and healthcare facility policies. Typically, it is considered a sharps waste and should be placed in a puncture-resistant container designed for safe disposal of medical sharps.

Can the BD Integra retracting syringe be reused or shared?

No, the BD Integra retracting syringe is intended for single-use only. Reusing or sharing syringes can increase the risk of contamination, infections, and cross-contamination.


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Additional information

Generic name:

Syringe – non Rx




25Gx5/8 – 3cc

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