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A hypodermic (meaning: beneath the skin) syringe is a type of syringe consisting of a hollow cylinder and hollow needle commonly used for injecting substances under the skin. They are also used for the extraction of blood. HMD Ltd. is known for its affordable, high-quality range of hypodermic syringes used extensively in hospitals, immunization camps and healthcare facilities in India and abroad. Beginning with the production of glass syringes in 1959 – the same year, HMD Ltd. was formally inaugurated –we have started manufactured different types of syringes over the decades, each more advanced in terms of technology and innovation than the preceding. For instance, Dispo Van and Unolok Single-Use Syringes were launched in 1986 and Auto-Disable Syringes in 2001. At present, we offer three different types of Disposable Hypodermic Syringes, namely, Single Use Disposable Syringes, Insulin Syringes, and Auto-Disable (AD) Syringes. Each kind of hypodermic syringe has been meticulously designed by experts to ensure optimum patient safety and ease of use for medical professionals.



Dispo Van Single-use Hypodermic Syringes: This type of syringe is in great demand on the Indian market. This three-piece syringe has a special piston which minimizes chances of leakage. It also has a Luer Mount tip that has been assembled and packed on totally automated machines. Unolok Single-use Hypodermic Syringes: Made in accordance with IS:10258 /ISO:7886-1, this Disposable Hypodermic Syringe comprises a Luer Lock nozzle for secure needle fitment and also consists of a high-quality barrel and plunger for better visibility of the substance to be injected. It is ideally suited for dental and cardiac patients.



Dispo Van Single-Use Insulin Syringes: Made in accordance with international standards, this kind of syringe has a siliconized needle for minimizing pain during injection. Being a low dead space syringe, it ensures accurate dosage and zero wastage of medication. This sterile hypodermic syringe is available in both multi-pack and unit-pack. Unolok Single-use Insulin syringes This is the second variety of insulin syringe manufactured by us. Equipped with both a Luer-Lock tip and Luer-Slip Tip, Unolok Single-use Insulin syringes is one of the most efficient and secure syringes in the global market.



Kojak Selinge Auto-Disable Hypodermic Syringe: This type of syringe is recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund) for giving vaccines in public immunization programmes. The auto-disable syringe is distinguished by the fact that it cannot be re-used as it gets automatically blocked following injection, rendering itself unusable. Made in collaboration with U.K-based Company Star Syringe Ltd., HMD’s Kojak Selinge Auto-Disable Hypodermic Syringe was launched in 2001. Kojak Selinge works on a simple yet effective ring & break mechanism which ensures that the plunger automatically snaps if re-use is attempted. It can also be utilized for mixing of drugs and reconstitution. Kojak Selinge is available in both fixed and detachable needle designs. HMD ltd. is presently one of the largest manufacturer of Auto-Disable syringes in the world.


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