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To administer insulin therapy

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Pocket needle dispenser

Keep your pen needles with you at all times.

WHAT IS IT?

A pocket dispenser with protected compartments for 5 pen needles. Designed in Pic's Diabetes Care laboratories.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

A practical, lightweight container that lets you carry out your own treatment - designed for convenience when you're away from home, whether travelling or at work.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

Its practicality and user friendliness. The internal design lets you attach the needle without touching it, and keeps it sterile. After carrying out the injection, simply reposition the needle in the compartment to unscrew and dispose of it.

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