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2007/06/20 09:58:21 (permalink)
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Syringe storage

Hi lads, just a quick simple question.

When storing mt2 in a syringe changing the pins obviously for each shot, do you store the barrel in fridge with the used pin on - or do you have one designated unused pin acting as a lid?

Also when using a multidose syringe do you aspirate? I assume this could lead to contamination of the solution in a reused barrel.

simple stuff lol
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    tac
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    RE: Syringe storage 2007/06/20 10:53:19 (permalink)
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    shouldnt really be a need to aspirate if you're shooting sub-q, IMO - if you pinch a fold of skin to shoot into you'll be lifting it away from any blood vessels.

    And yes - Id use a new pin for storage.

    A better system is to pre-load a load of slin pins and just store it that way


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    RE: Syringe storage 2007/06/20 11:02:00 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: sdds

    When storing mt2 in a syringe changing the pins obviously for each shot, do you store the barrel in fridge with the used pin on - or do you have one designated unused pin acting as a lid?


    Yes store in fridge. Just put the pin on that you drew the stuff with initially as this hasn't been inside you. Just use that one as the "lid"


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    RE: Syringe storage 2007/06/20 11:38:46 (permalink)
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    ok chaps thanks,

    no need to aspirate, go ya..
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