Demotek Medical Disposables


DEMOTEK MEDICAL DISPOSABLES have proved to be one of the most reputable brands in general hospital supplies. A wide range of top-quality iv cannula, infusion sets, syringes, tubes and minitubes.



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Hypodermic syringes

  • Hypodermic syringes are marked in cubic centimeters, Milli-liters or units
  • Practitioners often refer to syringes by volume of cubic centimeters they contain. For example 3cc Syringes.
  • The smaller capacity syringes are used most often for subcutaneous or intramuscular injections of medication.
  • The larger sizes are commonly used to draw blood or prepare medications for intravenous administration
  • Syringes 20ml and larger are used to inject large volumes of sterile solutions.

Tuberculin syringes

  • The 1ml syringe also called a tuberculin syringe marked in hundredths of a milliliter.
  • There are 100lines on the syringe, each line represents 0.01mL.
  • This syringe is used for intradermal injection of very small amount of substances in tests for allergies, as well as for intramuscular injection of small quantities of medication.
  • The tuberculin syringes is the preferred syringes for use in measuring medications less than 1mL.

Insulin syringes

  • It’s used for subcutaneous injection of insulin and are marked in Units rather than milliliters.
  • The most commonly prepared concentration of insulin is 100units per milliliter.
  • 100units = 1ml

Prefilled Syringes

  • Singe-dose syringe contains the usual dose of a medication
  • If a medication order is for the exact amount of drug in the prefilled syringe, the possibility of measurement error by the person administering the drug is decreased.

Safety Syringes

  • In order to prevent the transmission of blood borne infections from contaminated needles, many syringes are now manufactured with various types of safety devices. For example; syringe may contain a protective sheath that can be used to protect the needle’s sterility.
  • This sheath is then pulled forward and locked into place to provide a permanent needle shield for disposal following injection.
  • Other may have a needle that automatically retracts into the barrel after injection


Infusion Set

Infusion Set is a collection of sterile devices designed to conduct fluids from an intravenous (IV) fluid container to a patient’s venous system; used for gravitational intravenous administration. Synonyms: Intravenous administration set and giving set.

Infusion sets with (Burette)

Infusion sets with (Burette) are specially designed to administer measured volume of infusion fluid through gravity as well as pressure pump method


PTFE -FEB Material

Teflon a is the brand name of Dupont for its range of Fluro Polymers – PTFE (Poly Tetra Fluro Ethylene) & FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene). PTFE is relatively superior to FEP in having a lower coefficient of friction which is an important factor to minimize trauma to the blood vessel/Tissue for enabling smooth cannulation. FEP is easier to process and form thinner tips of catheter then PTFE , so where you use a little on friction you gain a lot on initial penetration force.
Needle cover: Polypropylene
Needle hub: Polypropylene
Luer Lock plug Polyethylene
Slip ring Polyacetal
Wing housing : Polypropylene
Catheter (Radio opaque) PTFE (Teflon)/FEP/PUR
Needle Stainless Steel
Port Cap: Polyethylene
Silicon Tube: Silicon Rubber
Flash Back Chamber Polypropylene

Technical Specifications

Size Color Catheter Catheter Length (mm) Water Flow rate (ml./min.) Uses Nursing Consideration
I.D. mm O.D. mm
14G Orange 1.7 2.1 45 270
  • Used for adolescent and adult major surgery and trauma
  • Infusion of large amount of fluids or colloids.
  • Painful insertion. Required large insertion
16G Grey 1.3 1.7 45 180
  • Adolescent and adult major surgery and trauma
  • Infusion of large amount of fluids or colloids.
  • Painful insertion
  • Required large insertion
18G Green 0.9 1.3 45 80
  • Adolescent and adult major surgery and trauma
  • Infusion of large amount of fluids or colloids.
  • Commonly used
20G Pink 0.8 1.1 32 54
  • Older children, adolescent and adult
  • Ideal for i.v infusion and blood infusion
  • Medication administration
  • Emergency management
  • Easy to insert into small thin, fragile veins
  • Less Difficult to insert into though skin
22G Blue 0.6 0.9 25 33
  • Older children, adolescent and adult
  • i.v infusion with moderate flow rates
  • Medication administration
  • Insertion to though skin is difficult
24G Yellow 0.5 0.7 19 20
  • Infant and toddler, older children
  • Major surgery and trauma among children
  • Can administer fluids and medication
  • Less painful insertion to though skin
26G Violet 0.4 0.6 19 15
  • Neonate, infant and elderly adults
  • Suitable for infusion but infusion rate is low
  • Insertion to skin is less difficult and less painful
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