Sabre Insulin syringe, 1 of 2

Side view of a syringe showing the demarcations. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger pulled back. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger pushed forward. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger pushed forward. Side view of a syringe showing the needle housing. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger. Front view of a syringe showing the packaging. Rear view of a syringe showing the packaging.
Side view of a syringe showing the demarcations. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger pulled back. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger pushed forward. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger pushed forward. Side view of a syringe showing the needle housing. Side view of a syringe showing the plunger. Front view of a syringe showing the packaging. Rear view of a syringe showing the packaging.
Details
Object number
AIBDC : 008088.1
Country
Date
1980 - 1989 (circa)

Description

A British made insulin syringe with the needle housed in a separate container. The body of the syringe is transparent with large numbers and markings to aid the user to see the amount of insulin in the device. The plunger is used to draw up the medicine into the tube as well as push it into the patient. It is likely this was for home use as well as in hospital. Dimensions are for the device in its packaging.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Person)
Manufacturer

Inscriptions

printed: "Insulin. British Made. Gillette" (printed)
Dimensions
Width
60mm
Depth
8mm
Length
157mm