Rite Aid Home Health Care Oral Syringe with Bottle Adaptor, 2 tsp
Item No. 8020209
The Rite Aid Home Health Care Oral Syringe with Bottle Adaptor is perfect for small children and babies to get their medicine. The syringe holds up to 10 milliliters of liquid and has a bottle adaptor to help easily get it out of the container.
- Draw medication directly from bottle
- No fuss or mess
- This item may be eligible for FSA and HSA reimbursement. For any questions you may have regarding FSAs or HSAs, please browse our FAQ.
|Product Name||Rite Aid Home Health Care Oral Syringe with Bottle Adaptor, 2 tsp|
|Sub Brand||Rite Aid Pharmacy|
|Container Type||carded pk|
|Country of Manufacture||China|
1. Insert bottle adaptor into medication bottle with a downward twisting motion until a tight seal is made between the bottle and the bottle adaptor.2. Draw plunger back to the desired level of medication marking on the barrel of the syringe. NOTE if the bottle is over 90% full, skip this step.3. Open bottle adaptor cover and insert tip of syringe firmly into opening in the bottle adaptor with a twisting motion, downward motion.4. Push plunger down completely, forcing air into the bottle. If plunger sticks, moisten tip with vegetable oil. NOTE If bottle is over 90% full skip this step.5. With the syringe, bottle adaptor, and bottle attached, turn the entire unit upside down in the manner show in the illustration.6. Withdraw medication into syringe by pulling out plunger. Withdraw slightly more medication into the syringe then doctors directions indicate, and then push plunger upward until the desired level of medication is contained in the syringe. Excess medication will be forced back into the bottle along with air bubbles that may cause an inaccurate reading of the medication level.7. Return the entire unit to the upright position and remove the syringe from the bottle adaptor with a slow, upward twisting motion. 8. Place tip of syringe past the patients (child, adult, or geriatric) lips an teeth. Slowly press plunger down into patients mouth. Your syringe has been calibrated to deliver an exact amount of medication once you push the plunger all the way down. You will note the there is a small residue amount of medication within the tip which has not been calculated in the volume you are delivering. This amount is not part of your dosage.9. Remove bottle adaptor and replace with original bottle cap. Failed to remove the bottle adaptor may affect the stability of the medication.10. Wash syringe and bottle adaptor with warm, soapy water between uses and use a cleaning brush to remove and residue.
Small parts. Choking hazard if bulb is removed. This product is not a toy. Keep out of reach of children.