Fraven Iv Infusion/Sc Enj. Icin Solution Ic. Kull. Hazir Injector

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1 review for Fraven Iv Infusion/Sc Enj. Icin Solution Ic. Kull. Hazir Injector

  1. Bayram Durmus

    What is the length and diameter of Fraven needle?

    • WikiKenko - Health Encyclopedia

      WikiKenko Support

      Hello there,
      Unfortunately, we couldn’t find the exact information about Fraven needle length and diameter, But IV needles come in different sizes or gauges, which indicate their diameter and length. The most common sizes are 18-gauge (green), 20-gauge (pink), and 22-gauge (blue). The smaller the number, the thicker the needle. The length of these needles ranges from 19mm to 45mm depending on the gauge and type. The flow rate also varies depending on the size of the needle.

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