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- Model NO.: CY-YDS002
- Feature: Disposable
- Ethylene Oxide Sterilization: Ethylene Oxide Sterilization
- Group: All
- Materials: PVC
- Trademark: CIYE
- Specification: 28g-32g
- HS Code: 90183210
- Material: Plastic
- Certification: CE, ISO13485
- Application: Medical
- Logo Printing: Without Logo Printing
- Size: 12mm to 4mm
- Transport Package: Single Sterile
- Origin: China
Insulin pen needles and disposable syrings come in a variety of lengths and widths to suit all body types.
Needles used to be long and sharp,but due to evolutions in technology,needles are now small,thin and quiet ofen pain-free.
From 12mm to 4mm,the needle length you choose is likely to be dictated by your size.Children likely benefit from the shorter 6mm size.
Your healthcare team should be able to advise you on which is best your body shape. When it comes to injecting,it is essential to get the right kit and use the right technique to redue any pain.
Insulin needle guides
|4mm||Fit 4mm 31G|
|5mm||Fit 5mm 31G|
|6mm||Fit 6mm 31G|
|8mm||Fit 8mm 31G|
|10mm||Fit 10mm 31G|
|12mm||Fit 12mm 31G|
BD microfine needles
Comfort point needles
Comfort point insulin pen needles are compatible with most commonly used pens and which are siliconised with beveling.
Use needles correctly
Make sure that along with rotating injection sites, you follow these rules for using needles correctly.
- Use new needles either for every injection or at least change them once a day.
- Do not inject through clothing (or only very rarely).
If you're an 'old hand' at injecting, you might benefit from a quick refresher on how to inject to make sure you're doing it correctly.
Needles ranges fit on most insulin pens
Most needle ranges fit on most insulin injection pens, including all Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly pens (Novopens and Humapens) as well as the Autopen range from Owen Mumford.
All of these needles are available on prescription.
Gauges and needle length
The measurements of needles relate to how long the needle is. When a needles measurement is 31G, the G (or g) refers to the gauge of the needle. This donates the thickness, size, or capacity.
The gauge and needle length will contribute to perceptions of pain when injecting.
The longer the needle is, the harder it is to 'pressurise' the insulin through so it needs a bigger hole down the middle.