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Syringe for dmso injection 10 Jan 2024 18:48 #81011

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What kind of syringe  and needle is safe to use with DMSO (injection or non injection purpose)?

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Syringe for dmso injection 11 Jan 2024 02:26 #81021

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See attached DMSO compatibility PDF files. 

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Syringe for dmso injection 23 Jan 2024 01:06 #81175

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DO be very careful.

Although I (personally) wouldn't worry too much about "MMS" and "CDS",
because they are antibacterials, antivirals, etc., using DMSO could be
a problem with it being aseptic and sterile.
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Syringe for dmso injection 23 Jan 2024 16:16 #81188

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DO be very careful.

Although I (personally) wouldn't worry too much about "MMS" and "CDS",
because they are antibacterials, antivirals, etc., using DMSO could be
a problem with it being aseptic and sterile.

 


Did you read the PDF file DMSO_Compatibility_metals.pdf that I attached above? 

I would worry about using MMS and MMS1 with stainless steel needles because of sodium chlorite solution in MMS and the high amount of residual SCS in MMS1. 

 

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Syringe for dmso injection 24 Jan 2024 08:35 #81203

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Yes. They only talk about DMSO, not Sodium Chlorite.

I haven't looked into it extensively, but Sodium Chlorite is okay with Stainless Steel 316,
whatever that is, and no info with Stainless Steel 303/304, whatever that is.

And for fairly low concentrations for a very, very short amount of time (injection),
I would think it would be fine, maybe more questionable for a longer term IV usage,
although even those tend to be an hour or so, more or less.
(so don't re-use needles, like you never should anyway)
 
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