control syringe

con·trol sy·ringe

a type of Luer-Lok syringe with thumb and finger rings attached to the proximal end of the barrel and to the tip of the plunger, allowing operation of the syringe with one hand.
Synonym(s): ring syringe
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

con·trol syr·inge

(kŏn-trōl' sir-inj')
A type of Luer-Lok syringe with thumb and finger rings attached to the proximal end of the barrel and to the tip of the plunger, allowing operation of the syringe with one hand.
Synonym(s): ring syringe.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Munshi, "Comparison of the pain perception in children using comfort control syringe and a conventional injection technique during pediatric dental procedures," Journal of Indian Society of Pedodontics and Preventive Dentistry, vol.
The offering comprises standard syringes, control syringes for regulating fluid, economical two-piece syringes, open-ended syringes for viscous fluids, alternating procedure syringes and more.
Booth 931 The control syringes are designed to generate a lot of pressure with little force.