|Place of Origin:
|CE, ISO13485, FDA
|Minimum Order Quantity:
|50 Pcs/Box, 10 Boxes/Ctn
|30-35 Working Days
|L/C, T/T, Western Union
|50,000 Pcs Per Day
|Top Tri-beveled Tip
31G blood sugar pricker,
0.025CM blood sugar pricker,
Disposable Lancet pricking finger with lancet
Instructions on how to use a disposable lancet:
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water
Dry your hands
Swab your fingertip with an alcohol swab (many people forego this step because they feel it makes the blood collection process sting more)
Break the safety seal on the lancet and read the included directions
Select the fingertip where you will be obtaining the blood Inspect your finger - it is best to aim slightly off the center of the fingertip and not the bullseye
Insert the lancet into the lancing device (if you are using a lancing device) via the lancing device's unique directions typically; this entails removing the cover on the lancing device and inserting the lancet. At that point, you will determine the depth on the device, and then you can effectively place the lancing device against your fingertip to launch the lancet using the device's tailored instructions.
If you are using a disposable lancet that requires no lancet device such as the easy-to-use RightLance Lancets, then you can skip step six.
With a Pip Lancet, you twist off the lid of the lancet for fast use without a lancing device.
Apply pressure against your fingertip when using the RightLance Lancet, and the device will automatically activate against your finger.
Place a drop or two of blood on a test strip to check your blood glucose
Wipe away any excess blood from your fingertip
Dispose of the RightLance Lancet after use. If you used a traditional lancet device, then eject the lancet to dispose of it and recap the device for future use.
|Top tri-beveled tip
|Blood Glucose Testing
|Sterlie Blood Lancet
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