- They come with an easy removable twist cap for safety, these lancets are small in size and can perfectly fit in your hand for easy grip and use
- Less painful, the lancets are easy to use
- Super-fine round points ensure less painful prick
- With our lancets, you don’t have to penetrate deeply to draw the blood
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A blood lancet, often known as a lancet, is a tiny medical tool used to collect capillary blood samples. A blood lancet resembles a tiny scalpel but has a needle or blade with two edges. Small blood samples are collected via lancet punctures, such as fingersticks. Typically, blood lancets are thrown away. In a skin test for allergies, the lancet is also used to make punctures in the skin.
Crafted with the utmost care and precision, these lancets are manufactured using high-quality raw materials and advanced technology under the strict supervision of skilled professionals adhering to the industry parameters. The plastic screw design ensures a secure and stable fit to the device, making the process of blood sampling quick and easy, without causing any discomfort or pain to the patient.
How To Use Blood Lancet
To use a screw blood lancet, follow these steps:
1. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water.
2. Screw the lancet into the end of the lancing device.
3. Adjust the depth of the lancet by turning the dial on the lancing device.
4. Choose a clean area on your finger or alternate site (if allowed by your healthcare provider) and sterilize it with an alcohol swab.
5. Place the lancing device against your chosen site and press the release button to activate the lancet.
6. Allow the blood to flow onto a test strip or collection device as directed by your healthcare provider.
7. Dispose of the used lancet in a sharps container or other puncture-proof container.