iPet PRO Ulti-Thin Sterile Lancets for Dogs & Cats, 28-Gauge, slide 1 of 1

iPet PRO Ulti-Thin Sterile Lancets for Dogs & Cats, 28-Gauge, 100 count

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Description

iPet PRO Ulti-Thin Sterile Lancets by UltiMed VetRx are an efficient way to get the blood samples you need from your diabetic cat or dog, so you can keep a watchful eye on their blood glucose levels from home. They're easy-to-use and make taking a blood sample more comfortable for your pet—plus, only a small sample is needed for each test. These lancets are compatible with most lancing devices, including iPet PRO and AlphaTrak monitoring systems.

Key Benefits
  • Makes it easy to test your pet's blood sugar levels in the comfort of your own home.
  • Only requires a small blood sample, so it's easier for both you and your companion.
  • Close monitoring helps you and your veterinarian give your companion treatment they need, when they need it.
  • Compatible with most lancet devices, including iPet and AlphaTrak monitoring systems.
  • Precise, simple to use, and helps to give you the results you need.
Precautions

Do not use iPet Ulticare Vet RX Lancets until your veterinarian trains you to properly obtain a blood sample from your diabetic dog or cat. In home blood glucose (sugar) testing is not a substitution for regular veterinary care but should be used in conjunction with regular follow-ups by your veterinarian in order to treat your pets diabetes as accurately as possible. iPet Ulticare Vet RX Lancets are typically used to obtain blood samples from dogs and cats. They should not be used to obtain blood samples from humans.

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  • Item Number
    149757
  • For Use With
    Dogs & Cats
  • Test Type
    Blood Glucose Monitoring
  • Brand
    UltiMed
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Health Condition
    Diabetes
FAQ

What are iPet UltiCare Vet Rx Lancets?

Lancets are used to obtain necessary blood samples from diabetic cats and dogs in order to test their glucose (sugar) levels as necessary. Owners can be trained by a veterinarian to use lancets in order to obtain blood samples from their diabetic dog or cat from home. Each box contains 100 lancets that are disposable.

What are the benefits of iPet UltiCare Vet Rx Lancets?

  • Easy to Use.
  • Comfortable.
  • Only requires a small blood sample for each test.
  • Compatible with most Lancing Devices.

How does this product work?

iPet Ulticare Vet Rx Lancets can be used with iPet and AlphaTRAK Glucose Monitoring Systems plus other lancing devices.

Compatible lancing devices include: Autoclix, dialet, Penlet, Penlet II, Hemalet HypoLet, Autolet, Auto-Lancet, B-D Exactech & Soft Touch, AutoLet Lite, Autolet Mark II and Monojector.

You can use iPet Ulticare Vet Rx Lancets by following these intructions: Wash and dry hands before use. Load lancet into the lancing device and remove cap. Apply lancing device to desired site and puncture skin as instructed by your veterinarian. Apply the blood sample to the test strip and wait for test results. Once testing is complete, place each used lancet in a closed container for proper disposal.

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    Hurtful Lancets

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    I purchased these when my usual lancets were out of stock. I needed them in a hurry to test my dog's glucose level. These lancets didn't puncture as well as the other brand. It would take many tries or hurt my dog and make her squeal. I guess sometimes you really do get what you pay for.

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    inferior Lances

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    these lances are just OK but harder to take caps off when inserted into unit. Doesn't lock in place properly.

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