Contact Activation - Designed for Seamless Capillary Blood Sampling

Unistik® Touch safety lancet is designed to make capillary sampling as simple and seamless as possible. With one-touch activation, you simply press the device against the sample site, allowing it to activate automatically under pressure. Once activated, the needle retracts into the body of the device, minimizing the risk of re-use, cross-infection and injury.

Designed for Comfort

Unistik® Touch comes complete with Comfort Zone Technology™.

Comfort Zone Technology™ minimizes the pain of finger sampling and gives you peace of mind. When pressed against the sample site, a series of eight raised dots on the platform stimulate the nerve endings. This send a powerful message of comfort to the brain, masking the weaker pain stimulus from the needle¹.

Unistik® Touch - for Capillary Blood Sampling - Benefits

  • Unistik® Touch is designed to make blood sampling simple and easy.
  • Comfort Zone Technology® produces a statistically significant reduction in pain2.
  • Needle retracts immediately after use to reduce the risk of needlestick injuries.
  • Lot number labelling for peace of mind through traceability.
  • Contact activation for simple one-touch activation for ease of use.
  • Blade (16G) The hidden 16G puncture blade has a 1.5mm diameter and a puncture depth of 2.0mm providing a higher volume of blood for testing.

Range

BRAND DETAIL SUGGESTED
Unistik® Touch 30G gauge lancet 1.5mm depth penetration Frequent blood glucose testing and paediatrics.
Unistik® Touch 28 gauge lancet 1.8mm  Frequent blood glucose testing and other tests e.g. cholesterol and haemoglobin.
Unistik® Touch 23 gauge lancet 2.0mm Blood glucose testing and tests requiring larger samples e.g. INR, liver function tests, cholesterol, and haemoglobin.
Unistik® Touch 21 gauge lancet 2.0mm  Tests requiring larger samples e.g. cardiac markers, coagulation, and blood gases.
Unistik® Touch 16g gauge lancet 2.0mm

Tests requiring much larger samples e.g. full menu blood gas, electrolytes, blood coagulation, total bilirubin and cardiac markers.

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Resources

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References

  1. Melzack, R. and Wall, P. (1982). The Challenge of Pain. England: Penguin Books.
  2. Dewland, P. and Edwards, C. (2007). A single-blind, randomised, 8-way crossover study to compare the blood volume and pain perception of capillary blood sampling. UK