They met together one night in the Duke of ampoule's country house, six miles eastward of Alca, to consider ways and means.
After cleaning a spot on her arm, he dug out a needle, and filled it from an ampoule.
There are only three ampoules of this and they also say, maximum dose one ampoule.
From them, he compounded a liquid mixture which he forced into the ampoule of a hypodermic needle.
"small bottle or flask," especially one used for holy liquids, c.1200, from Old French ampole, from Latin ampulla "small globular flask or bottle," of uncertain origin, perhaps a contracted form of amphora.
ampoule am·poule or am·pule or am·pul (ām'pōōl, -pyōōl)
A hermetically sealed vial, usually made of glass, that contains a sterile medicinal solution or a powder to be made into a solution for subcutaneous, intramuscular, or intravenous injection.