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To administer insulin therapy

Safe Container

For disposal

Collect needles after use.

WHAT IS IT?

The Pic container to collect and dispose of needles after you've finished using them.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It helps you to dispose of needles in accordance with the law, and protect yourself against the risk of accidental contact or puncture.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

It's quick and practical: you simply open the lid, insert the needle in the compartment provided, and dispose of it safely without touching it.

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