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Difference and classification of ampoules and vials

Healthy Vial Co., Ltd / 2020-06-14
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 Difference and classification of ampoules and vials


Ampoule: A sealed, high-quality thin glass vial, commonly used to store drugs for injection, vaccines, serum, etc. The most common is medical, and the medicine used for the drip is usually an ampoule. The ampoule is sealed and integrated. The ampoule needs to be broken when used, and the fracture is sharp and easy to hurt, Should be placed directly into the yellow medical sharps box after use

Violin bottle: a small bottle sealed with a rubber stopper, brown, transparent and other types, usually glass. The bottleneck is thinner and the thickness below the bottleneck is the same; the bottle mouth is slightly thicker than the bottleneck and slightly thinner than the bottle body. Generally used for medicinal injection bottles, oral liquid bottles, etc. (Because it was mainly used to hold penicillin in the early days, it is called "Xiling bottle"). The vial is sealed with a rubber stopper and is thicker than the ampoule. After use, it is not easy to hurt people, and it is not easy to be contaminated. Therefore, the regulations clearly stipulate that various glass (disposable plastic) infusion bottles (bags), waste bottles of penicillin and cephalosporin antibiotics are not contaminated by the patient's blood, body fluids, and excreta Yes, it does not belong to infectious waste and need not be disposed of in accordance with medical waste requirements.

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