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Niscomed Round Glucometer Lancets RBL-100
A blood lancet, or simply lancet, is a small medical device used for sampling capillary blood. A blood lancet is similar to a small scalpel but with a double-edged blade or needle. The lancet is used to make punctures, such as a fingerstick, to obtain small blood samples. Blood lancets are usually disposable. The lancet is also used to puncture the skin in a skin test for allergies.
A blood-sampling device, also known as a lancing device, is an instrument equipped with a lancet. It is also most commonly used by diabetics during blood glucose monitoring. The depth of skin penetration can be adjusted for various skin thicknesses. Long lancing devices are used for fetal scalp blood testing to get a measure of the acid-base status of the fetus.
Instructions To Use
Wash hands with soap and warm water dry thoroughly.
Select Fingertip site, slightly off center.
Remove lancet cover. If seal is already broken, discard the lancet.
Insert lancet into lancing device, use to puncture skin.
Apply drop of blood to test strip, wipe excess from finger.
Recap lancet, discard in appropriate container.
lancets are sharp because of the 30 gauge triple bevel tip.
The strong penetrating power can pierce the skin instantly to enough depth.
It minimizes the wound, reduces pain, and collects enough blood samples at one time.
Sterile and Hygienic
After molding, the tip of the lancet was sterilized by ionizing irradiation and the sterilizing effect is more significant.
The twist top provides sterile storage.
This prevents cross-infection, ensures safety.
Economical and Affordable
Sell at wholesale prices and you could get more lancets with less money.
For blood sugar and others who need to do a blood sugar test several times a day, the cost of the lancets and test strips is not a small sum of money. Helps to reduce your burden.
Universal design fits most devices
Needle is made of top medical-grade materials, made from natural and latex free plastic and superior metal, they are totally safe.
Less painful, the lancets are easy to use.
Packed under hygienic conditions