Safety Lancets 29G 1.5mm (MediSafe Solo)
– Made in Poland
HTL Strefa is a world-leading medical device company that develops, manufactures and sells safety lancets, personal lancets,and pen needles for insulin injection. Our modern manufacturing process and nearly 20 years of experience in the global the market allows us to successfully ensure safety and convenience.
Single-use, Medical devices, Sterile safety lancets
Sterile, single-use medical devices
intended for capillary blood sampling
- Lite product design and geometry of the needle provides adequate blood sample
- Flat push-button activation with extra ribs for comfortable finger placement
- Ergonomic shape with extra side wings for a firm grip
- Long protective cap guarantees needle sterility and gives a secure grip for easy twist off removal
Instruction For Use
Sharps injuries expose healthcare workers to blood-borne pathogens. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that about 385,000 sharps-related injuries occur annually among healthcare workers in hospitals.It has been estimated that about half or more of sharps injuries go unreported. Most reported sharps injuries involve nurses, but laboratory workers, physicians, housekeepers, medical students and other healthcare workers are also exposed to injuries.
Sharp injuries can occur before, during or even after use of a sharp and continue to be
a serious health and safety hazard.
Sharps injury – facts
“Over 80% of needlestick injuries can be prevented with the use of safer needle devices,
which, in conjunction with worker education and work practice controls, can reduce
injuries by over 90%!*”
HTL-STREFA is commited to manufacturing safety products designed to reduce the risk of
exposure to blood-borne pathogens.
Safety lancets, including MediSafe® Solo, are an integral component to the sharps injury
prevention programs in hospitals, clinics, laboratories, doctor’s offices and wherever both
patients and professionals need to feel safe.
By using safety lancets needlestick injuries and infections can be minimized.
“The WHO estimates based on CDC Report
Directions for safety lancets development based on nurses’ needs: Poland, June 2016, HTL-STREFA S.A. data on file
Mary Foley, MS. RN, Annemarie T. Leyden, EdD, RN: American Nurses Association – Independent Study Module
Needlestick Safety and Prevention: http://www.who.int/occupational health/activities/1anaism.pdf