A syringe is a device used to inject fluids into the body or to withdraw fluids from the body. Syringes are made of plastic and have a needle at one end.
The needle is attached to a tube, and the tube is connected to a plunger. The plunger is used to draw the fluid into the syringe and inject the fluid into the body.
The use of 1 ML syringe dates back to the early 19th century when they were first used to inject morphine into patients.
Today, syringes are commonly used by healthcare professionals to administer vaccinations and are also used by people with diabetes to inject insulin.