When Was the Hypodermic Syringe Invented?

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Various parts of the hypodermic syringe were invented at different times. In 1844, Francis Rynd, physician, came up with the hollow needle. In 1853, Charles Parvaz, physician, invented the metal syringe. Soon after, Dr. Parvaz added the hollow needle to the syringe, creating the hypodermic syringe.
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hypodermic syringe
NOUN
1.
a small glass piston or barrel syringe having a detachable, hollow needle for use in injecting solutions subcutaneously.
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