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syrette

(sĭ-rĕt′)
n.
A collapsible tube fitted with a hypodermic needle and containing a single dose of medicine.

Syrette

A brand name for a squeezable tube with a hypodermic needle attached, containing a single dose of a drug, such as MORPHINE, for use in emergency or wartime situations by unskilled persons, or for self-medication.
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I recommend that morphine syrettes be carried in a more accessible one-handed location, possibly in a front pocket of the survival vest.
Since then the program has proven so popular that Syrette is offering it three times a week, with about 30 kids coming out to each session.
Syrette wrote Customs and Revenue Agency (CCRA) Minister Martin Cauchon on Nov.
Syrette said the chiefs would let Goodale know at that meeting that if plutonium is allowed into Canada there will be "some kind of resistance put forward at First Nation communities.
We also coupled that discussion with the rights under Section 35 in the Constitution Act, 1982," Syrette continued, "indicating that the Aboriginal right is there as well; that the borders weren't there for our people in the past.
Nor would the university turn anyone away, adds Syrette.
Batchewana Chief Vernon Syrette told Windspeaker on June 16 that his community is now holding community meetings to discuss and decide the best way for his community to ensure compliance with the court decision.
1998, (13) P n = 504 Syrette and Baghurst, 1987, (23) H n = 300 UK and Europe Bergstrom et al.
The book is illustrated with the vibrant paintings of Ken Syrette who is from the Batchewana First Nation in Ontario.
Allan Syrette, the band member who nominated Irwin, said he wanted to raise the issue of the Indian Act and how it controls his people on a daily basis.
Baghurst K, Crawford D, Record S, Worsley A, Baghurst P, Syrette J.
5) Nuclear, Bacteriological and Chemical Warfare (remember the placebo atropine syrettes which we all had to jab ourselves with?