You may or may not be familiar with the syringe. If you are then many of you reading this now will know that the syringe is just one of the many devices that will be utilized within doctors’ rooms, hospital wards and their operating theaters. While a high pressure syringe will more than likely be mostly utilized by the medical staff, there are those that patients will be handling by themselves. But you need not be a patient to handle a syringe.
Provided that you have been correctly guided on its use, you are allowed to use the syringe and its sharp needle on a voluntary basis. The reason for doing so must always be in the personal interest of better or improved health and wellness outcomes. It is not a tool to use to transmit illicit or illegal drugs. Not only will doing so land you in trouble with the law, it is also an extreme danger to your health.
Professional or serious-minded sportsmen and women do find themselves using syringes from time to time. They could be using it to treat long-term injuries (under medically controlled supervision) or using it to administer (legally permissible) performance boosters (again, under controlled supervision, this time with the guidance of sports scientists or nutritionists perhaps). All things being equal, while syringes are easily attainable from local pharmacies without requiring medical prescriptions, voluntary users do need to make absolutely certain that they will be using these devices responsibly and, of course, will know how to use them correctly.
Finally, readers also need to be reminded that syringes are always disposable. And in most cases, they are made from plastic. That being said, they need to know just how important it is to dispose of their syringes in the correct manner.