30 Gauge Needle
The rule of thumb for syringe needle gauges is simple: the higher the number, the lower the needle wall thickness. The same goes for the needle dead volume, which determines how much of the syringe's contents can be injected at once. Insulin transmission typically requires tiny amounts in each injection, and needles used for this purpose do not need to be as large as needles used for other medical purposes. Furthermore, smaller needles generally cause less pain upon penetrating the skin, which is great news for people with an aversion to getting struck by point objects.
MedOnTheGo.com offers a myriad of insulin safety syringes in several different sizes, including 1mL, 0.5mL, and 0.3mL. We also offer them in several different gauges, with our 30 gauge needles being among the highest in our store. Even the needles come in different lengths, from half an inch to 5/16 inches to 0.31 inches. Insulin shots need to be taken every day or every other day per a physician's prescription. People who need them deserve many different options, which they can find on our online medical supplies store. They may then choose the ones that best fit both their needs and their preferences. Either way, they will get something that does the job right.