How to Read a Syringe?

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To read a syringe a person simply needs to look at the numbers on the side of the syringe. As the needle pulls liquid in, the syringe fills with said liquid. The numbers on the side of the syringe will correlate to a specific milliliter measurement. For example, if the syringe is filled to the number ten on the syringe, it has ten milliliters of liquid in it. The same is true for the rest of the numbers on the syringe.
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People with diabetes who require inuslin need to know how to read a syringe. The black marks on the barrel of the syringe are usually increments of 5 or 10. You can find more information at www.ehow.com
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I assume you are asking about the menicus? read the top part of it. not the bottom part of the dip.
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