Soooooo...... when are you guys going to realize that you "smallest" syringe (holds 30 units) is TOO BIG for toddlers and infants with diabetes (they need 0.05 at times)? I speak from experience.
I have suggested this to you and other manufactures at conferences, but get weird looks for suggesting this. How about a syringe that holds one unit of insulin max. This can be done by making the inner chamber so narrow that you still get the full draw and look of a typical syringe, but now you can add lines for each 10th of a unit or maybe even less.
This would be beyond helpful for KIDS who don't need much deadly insulin while they are that young in one injection. And also for families that cant afford or choose not to use a pump.
Remember, insulin syringes are not only needed for adults, but the little ones too.