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Unistik 3 Comfort Safety Lancets 28G

Pack of 100 safety lancets
LA016
$30.00

Product Description
Unistik 3: Single-use safety lancets that make blood sampling less of a pain.

Unistik 3 single-use safety lancets provide an easy and convenient way to test blood glucose levels. A simple one-click action activates the lancet and the use of our unique and patented Comfort Zone Technology provides the most comfortable blood sampling experience for users.

Comfort Zone Technology is comprised of eight raised pressure points on the end of the safety lancet. This patented technology sends a signal of comfort to the brain preventing pain messages from being received which helps to eliminate the pain associated with the fingerstick sample.

The Unistik 3 range features a side firing mechanism and an ergonomic design that gives the user complete confidence and control during the sampling procedure. The Unistik 3 also has an automatic retractable needle to protect users against needlestick injury.

The Unistik 3 range also features an indicator for accurate positioning and a lockout indicator that prevents and identifies attempts at re-use.

Unistik®3 Comfort: 28 gauge lancet 1.8mm
Unistik®3 Normal: 23 gauge lancet 1.8mm

Disposable in appropriate sharps containers.
Reviews (1)
15/01/2013
Name : Anonymous
Location : easy to use and doesn't hurt at all, amazing
Title :
Review : easy to use and doesn't hurt at all, amazing Unistik 3 Comfort

Questions (1)
Dear, Re: Unistik 3 Comfort Safety Lancets 28G Product does this product require to dispose in a sharp container? I believe not as it has no longer needle stick injury risk involved. Please advise as sharp container cost and if we fill sharp container with this lancents then its not really good money saving practice. if requires to dispose in a sharp container then it is fine we can dispose in sharp container and money better spent. please advise on this. Thank you, Sagar

Hello, If you can please contact our health professionals on educators@diabetesnsw.com.au they will be able to assist with your query. Kind Regards,





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