Syringe tattoo means good health and no trouble. As early as the 15th century, the Italian cartiner put forward the principle of syringe. But it was not until 1657 that British Boyle and Ryan carried out the first human experiment. Abel, a surgeon in the army of King Louis XVI of France (1774-1792), also envisaged a piston syringe. However, it is generally believed that prawoz of France was the inventor of the syringe. The syringe he supervised in 1853 was made of silver, with a capacity of only 1 ml and a threaded piston rod.
The Englishman Ferguson was the first to use a glass syringe. The glass has good transparency and can see the injection of drugs. After that, the syringe made of glass tube metal can be disinfected by boiling method, and the needle can also be sharpened and disinfected. The syringe is made of plastic and thrown away once, which greatly reduces the risk of infection during injection. In order to ensure hygiene and prevent cross infection, contemporary syringes are mostly made of plastic.