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Delivery was done quickly, and I absolutely like it

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Reusable Oral Gavage Needle (Pack of 1)
Susan Quilopras (San Jose, US)
They do the job!

I am very happy with these gavage needles. They are sturdy and well-made, and I especially like the ball tip, as opposed to the teardrop style. I use these for cockatiels, and my teardrop-tipped needles are slightly larger and sometimes more difficult to use with a smaller bird.
I’ve been searching for ball tip needles for years and I’m so happy to know where I can go should I need to purchase more.

Epithelial Cell Isolation from Intestines

Our lab cuts the tip of the plastic oral gavage needles and uses them to flush out the poop from the intestines of mice. We then obtain the intestinal tissue and isolate single epithelial cells for FACS sorting. These needles work great for our needs.

good products

The needles are in very good quality

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Reusable Oral Gavage Needle (Pack of 1)
Karen Saunders (Auckland, NZ)
Looking good

These look excellent, really happy with them. We use these to crop feed, hydrate and medicate kererū (New Zealand wood pigeon) and kākā (New Zealand parrot). It has been challenging to find really good quality crop needles so I will be recommending these to other Wildlife Rehabilitators

Automated Liquid Handling Glass Syringes for Syringe Pumps & Infusion Pumps | Disposable and Reusable Animal Feeding Needles | GavageNeedle.Com
 

Automated Liquid Handling Glass Syringes for Syringe Pumps & Infusion Pumps

Automated Liquid Handling Glass Syringes for Syringe Pumps & Infusion Pumps

Used on syringe pumps or infusion pumps such as from KDS Scientific, Harvard Apparatus, Chemyx, etc.

Plunger: PTFE seal 
Glass Barrel: Borosilicate 3.3
Precision: < ±1% of the volume. 
Front Fitting: Teflon Luer Lock (TLL)
Plunger Top: Heavy Duty Metal Flange and Knob
Stroke: 60 mm

Caution: These syringes are only for use in Labs and not for human or veterinary use.

Please Note: These syringes are ordered from Germany so can take 1-4 weeks to ship and also cannot be returned once ordered unless its defective

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★ Customer Reviews

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224 reviews
91%
(203)
8%
(18)
0%
(1)
0%
(0)
1%
(2)

Delivery was done quickly, and I absolutely like it

S
Reusable Oral Gavage Needle (Pack of 1)
Susan Quilopras (San Jose, US)
They do the job!

I am very happy with these gavage needles. They are sturdy and well-made, and I especially like the ball tip, as opposed to the teardrop style. I use these for cockatiels, and my teardrop-tipped needles are slightly larger and sometimes more difficult to use with a smaller bird.
I’ve been searching for ball tip needles for years and I’m so happy to know where I can go should I need to purchase more.

Epithelial Cell Isolation from Intestines

Our lab cuts the tip of the plastic oral gavage needles and uses them to flush out the poop from the intestines of mice. We then obtain the intestinal tissue and isolate single epithelial cells for FACS sorting. These needles work great for our needs.

good products

The needles are in very good quality

K
Reusable Oral Gavage Needle (Pack of 1)
Karen Saunders (Auckland, NZ)
Looking good

These look excellent, really happy with them. We use these to crop feed, hydrate and medicate kererū (New Zealand wood pigeon) and kākā (New Zealand parrot). It has been challenging to find really good quality crop needles so I will be recommending these to other Wildlife Rehabilitators