Product

Safety lancet, Mini, Ø needle: 28 G, penetration depth: 1.6 mm

Order number: 85.1015
Safety lancet, Mini, Ø needle: 28 G, penetration depth: 1.6 mm

Product description

Order number 85.1015
Product description Safety lancet mini, 28G, light blue, penetration depth 1.6 mm - disposable latest generation penetration aid for collecting capillary blood

Product characteristics

Example of use Young children, adults: diabetic patients, oncology, determining blood sugar
Puncture site finger, ear, heel
Penetration depth 1,6 mm
Safety product yes

Size

Blood volume 0,1 µl - 10 µl
Diameter of needle 28 G
Width of product 21 mm
Length of product 52 mm

Purity & certification

Product in accordance with MDD or IVDD Medical device
CE certified CE0124 (Dekra)
Sterilisation Gamma irradiation
Lot or serial number yes

Packaging

Minimum order qty. 1200
Piece(s) / inner box 200
Piece(s) / case 1200
Piece(s) / pallet 108000
Depth of box 118 mm
Width of box 118 mm
Height of box 151 mm
Depth of case 366 mm
Width of case 248 mm
Height of case 173 mm
Case volume 0,0157 cbm
Weight of product 0,0028 kg
Weight of case 4,08 kg
EAN of inner box 4038917085021
EAN case 4038917057622
Product specification
Blood collection systems for paediatrics

Blood collection systems for paediatrics

Blood Collection Systems

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General

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    How do the individual Safety Lancets differ from one another?

    Each lancet has its own specific features, such as the needle/blade size and the insertion depth. Therefore, there is a suitable product available for any patient and blood collection situation.

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    What is the difference between the Safety Lancet and the Incision Lancet?

    The main difference between the two lancets is that the needle insertion and the blade on the Safety Lancet are vertical and the incision on the Incision Lancet is semicircular.
    While the Safety Lancet is mainly used for children, adolescents and adults, the area of application of the Incision Lancet concerns newborn and premature babies.

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    Why should an incision lancet be used on newborn and premature babies?

    Due to the semicircular incision of the Safety-Heel® Lancet, haematoma formation is counteracted and, when used appropriately, potential damage to the heel bone is ruled out due to the low insertion depth.

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    Which sites on the body do we recommend for a puncture?

    Depending on the lancet, several puncture sites are possible, such as the heel, fingertip and ear lobe.

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    Can the Safety Lancet be used more than once?

    No, for hygienic reasons the safety mechanism of the Safety Lancet prevents multiple use.

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    Are Safety and Incision Lancets sterile?

    Yes, the blades and needles are sterile for both types.

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    Are the lancets latex-free?

    Yes, the Safety Lancets and Incision Lancets are free from latex.

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