The box may contain packs of 10. Each syringe in the box has a capacity of 3 milliliters (3ml). This indicates the maximum volume of fluid that can be drawn into or dispensed from the syringe. The syringes in the box have a 25-gauge (25G) needle. The gauge refers to the thickness of the needle, with a lower gauge number indicating a thicker needle. A 25G needle is considered relatively thin and suitable for various medical procedures. The syringe barrel typically has measurement markings along its length, allowing for precise measurement of the volume of liquid being drawn into or expelled from the syringe. This allows for accurate dosing or measurement in medical applications. The syringes are commonly made of sterile plastic, such as polypropylene, which is durable, transparent, and compatible with most medications and fluids.Each syringe typically has a protective cap covering the needle to ensure sterility and prevent accidental needle sticks. Some syringes may include additional safety features, such as retractable or shielding mechanisms to help prevent accidental needle injuries after use.