Pure Fine Insulin Kalem Needle Ucu 4 Mm (31G)

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4 Mm (31G)



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One Box Of Pure Fine Contains 100 Pieces Of Insulin Pen Needles. We Produce Pure Fine With Our International Production Quality Assurance (Ce 2179). 31 G (Diameter: 0.25 Mm) In Thickness; 4 Mm, 6 Mm And 8 Mm In Length. The Plastic Part Is Made Of Polypropylene And The Steel Part Is Made Of Stainless Steel. Sterilization Was Done With Ethylene Oxide. Sterile, Apyrogenic, Disposable, Hypodermic Needle Tips. Latex-Free. The Triple-Sharpened Double-Pointed Spike Is Preferred With 0.25 Mm Diameter And Silicone Coating Is Applied To The Metal Part To Minimize The Pain. Suitable For All Insulin Injector Pens.

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