GLUCOLOGY TWIST LANCING 30G
Glucology lancets are for use with the Glucology lancing device. Glucology features ultra-thin, sterile, twist 30 gauge lancets ideal for everyday glucose testing. The Glucology Lancing Device has 9 different depth settings to choose from so that you can personalize your lancing experience to suit your skin type and pain threshold. Featuring a sleek and ergonomic design the Glucology Lancing device fits perfectly in the palm of your hand to maximize usability and comfort. This device can accept more than one type of lancet so you’re free to pair it with your preferred brand of universal twist top lancets.
- HIGH-QUALITY SURGICAL STEEL CUT LANCETS
The Glucology lancets are sterile lancets to be used when testing your blood glucose levels.
- ULTRA THIN 30 GAUGE
For a less painful blood sample, well suited for thin or sensitive skin pricking, needed for in-home blood glucose testing.
The Glucology Sterile blood glucose lancets are designed to work with most generic lancing devices that accept twist top lancets.
- SIMPLE, SAFE DESIGN
Twist-off top for easy, safe use.
- GAMMA STERILIZED & ELECTROPOLISHED
Ensuring safe and sterile lancets with a long-lasting shelf life.
- MIX OF COLORS
Each box contains a mixture of bright Blue, and Green lancets; which are easy to see and keep track of.
Wash hands with soap and warm water or a suitable skin cleaning wipe. Dry well. Load the lancet into a lancing device and twist off the protective cap. Choose a spot on the side of a different finger each time you take a blood sample. Follow lancing device manufacturer’s instructions for obtaining a blood sample. Eject lancet from lancing device and snap-on safety cap before discarding. To minimize the pain of testing, change lancet after every use to ensure the least painful puncture. Lancets become dull and painful when reused.
For your safety, never share a lancet with another person. These are sterile devices; do not use if the protective disk has been damaged or removed. Please ensure that used lancets are disposed of correctly.
Remember to always seek advice from your medical practitioner before changing anything about your diabetes management. The above information is NOT medical advice.