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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 experienced no difficulties in doing essential things with only one arm, except for access to my morphine syrettes. I carried them in the left sleeve pocket of my flight suit and could not get at them.
When some stolen morphine syrettes and a shotgun came into his possession, he asked for help from some junky acquaintances in learning how to shoot up.
He says that military kit includes "morphine syrettes on a string around your neck" to block out pain in case of injury.
When morphine syrettes and blood plasma froze, medics used their armpits to thaw out syringes; plasma was put under the hood of a jeep whose motor was running.
Squibb in Brooklyn made syrettes of morphine to ease the pain of wounded soldiers.