Spinal needles are used to inject analgesia and/or anesthetic directly into the CSF usually at a point below the second lumbar vertebra. Spinal needles enter the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) through the membranes surrounding the spinal cord.
Spinal needles in current use have different structures such as Quincke Tip/Pencil Point/Epidural Needle.
Quincke tip needles have a sharp cutting bevel that is designed to perform dural punctures, they remain widely used today.
1.Color coded hub by size for clear recognition;
2.Used in a subarachnoid puncture for spinal anesthesia;
3.larger inner diameter, high flow rate;
4.Needle bevel enables smooth, sharpness maximize, patient comfort;
5.Completely transparent needles stand provides convenience to observe the outflow of the cerebrospinal fluid;
6.Special design for needlepoint will not hurt the hard spinal theca, close puncture hole automatically, and reduce cerebrospinal fluid discharge;
7.The needle core with a pin allows a good joint of the needle edge.
8.Sterilized by EO gas, sterile, non-toxic, non-pyrogenic,single-use only.
Store in a cool, dry, and dark place. Avoid direct sunlight.
1. Do not use the device if the device package is damaged.
2. Discard the device after use. The device is meant for one-time use only.
3. The storage areas need to be well ventilated and free from corrosive gases.
4. It should be well equipped with fire and rat prevention, moisture, and pest control facilities and do not store at extreme temperatures.
5. Do not use it if it is over its expiration date.
Length (normal length:mm)
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