Examples of syringe in a Sentence
the syringe the nurse was leveling at my arm looked to me to be at least 10 inches long
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Last year and into 2018, Pfizer’s plant in McPherson, Kan., experienced delays due to manufacturing issues with its Carpuject products, a type of sterile syringe.
In April, a hospital committee that oversees pharmacy issues recommended adopting a new policy requiring that each syringe contain just one dose of Propofol based on the patient’s weight.
Residents frequently find used syringe and say streets have become toilets.
Starting with the newborns, Minnaar reaches into the incubator and syringe-feeds the open-mouthed chicks.
Photos show the firefighter, Dave Schurwan, holding the bird with one hand and using the other to feed the bird sugar water, using a syringe larger than the bird itself.
On a recent sunny day, a gaunt man rocked in place on a nearby street, a syringe gripped sideways in his mouth, as three children walk by.
The White Sox had moved ahead of the Orioles for baseball’s worst record – and well ahead of the 1962 Mets’ record pace of 120 losses — so the starting catcher took a syringe for the team.
Junkies have been dumping some 5,000 used needles a week in parks across the Bronx — prompting desperate city officials to install dozens of syringe-disposal kiosks in hopes of cleaning up the dangerous mess.
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SYRINGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of syringe for English Language Learners
: a device made of a hollow tube and a needle that is used to force fluids into or take fluids out of the body
SYRINGE Defined for Kids
medical Definition of syringe
- an ear syringe
syringetransitive verb syringed; syringing
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