The Accu-Chek® Safe T Pro-Uno lancing device keeps up with increased safety and hygienic requirements by health authorities, legislators, and health institutions. At the same time, it provides an ergonomic handling, lancing in just 3 milliseconds, and safety features that prevent accidental needle sticks. Its pre-set lancing depth makes it ready to use immediately.
Single use, obtaining capillary blood from the fingertip or, if the patient is a child under 1 year, from the heel.
Single use. Disposal of used single-use lancing devices always in accordance with the local / facility’s disposal procedures and country’s sanitary regulations.
Benefits and Features
Ready to use with a pre-set depth setting
Safe-T-Technology ensures the needle is always safely stored away
Stored needle prevents accidental needle sticks
Ergonomical and easy to grip for safe handling
Hygienic - each lancet can only be used once
Beveled needle and small diameter for virtually pain-free blood sampling
Equally suitable for right and left-handed use
After a single use, the complete lancing device is disposed of
Additional Specifications Pre-fixed depth setting:
Needle diameter :
0.36 mm (28 G)
Special needle cut:
Siliconized needle :
4 years after sterilization
Automatic retraction of needle :
Recognition of used device :
Intuitive handling :
How to use the Accu-Chek Safe-T-Pro Uno lancing device
Simple, 2-step lancing
Twist the sterility cap one quarter turn and remove it.
Hold the lancing device between your index finger, middle finger, and thumb. Press the lancing device firmly against the chosen puncture site. Using your thumb, press the release button down completely. Move the lancing device away from the puncture site and discard it.
Diabetic lancets are used to puncture the skin to get a blood sample that you test to determine how much glucose is in your blood, Lancets can also be used to prick the skin in testing for food allergies.
Lancets are used to make punctures, such as a fingerstick, to obtain small blood specimens. Blood lancets are generally disposable
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