fountain syringe

foun·tain sy·ringe

an apparatus consisting of a reservoir for holding fluid, to the bottom of which is attached a tube with a suitable nozzle; used for vaginal or rectal injections, irrigating wounds, etc., the force of the flow being regulated by the height of the reservoir above the point of discharge.

foun·tain sy·ringe

(fown'tăn sĭr-inj')
An apparatus consisting of a reservoir for holding fluid, to the bottom of which is attached a tube with a suitable nozzle; used for vaginal or rectal injections, irrigating wounds, and other purposes, the force of the flow being regulated by the height of the reservoir above the point of discharge.
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Cara's home health offerings also include a selection of water bottles, fountain syringes and combination products; adult and infant enema and ear syringes; feminine syringes; and vinyl and cotton gloves.