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To administer insulin therapy

Safe Remover

Removes needles

Safe removal.

WHAT IS IT?

Safe Remover is a device to help you remove needles, designed to help you expel the pen needle.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

It's a quick and easy way to remove and dispose of needles while protecting yourself against the risk of accidental puncture.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

It's simple to use, designed for Insupen needles but compatible with all main pen needles on the market. The reinforced metal insert bends the needle point.

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