BD Ultra-Fine III Nano Pen Needles 4mm 32G 1*5
BD Ultra-Fine III Nano Pen Needles 4mm 32G 1*5
BD Ultra-Fine III Nano Pen Needles 4mm 32G 1*5

BD Ultra-Fine III Nano Pen Needles 4mm 32G 1*5

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BD pen needles are sterile, single-use devices used with pen injectors designed for insulin administration in the treatment of diabetes. They are compatible with leading medication pens. It comes with TBL technology. The Thin wall allows better drug flow, the Tri-bevel tip allows easy penetration into skin, Micro-bonded Lubrication allows smooth penetration. Recommended needle length is 4mm for pen needles, as per the latest insulin injection techniques recommendation. *^

Each BD needle is precision-engineered to deliver the right amount of insulin into the right spot for best absorption by the body. BD needles come sterilized, in tamper-proof packaging.

*According to new insulin delivery recommendations, the shortest needles 4-mm pen needles and 6-mm syringe needles should be the first line of choice in all patient categories.

^Unless otherwise recommended by your healthcare provider.


The BD Pen Needle is intended for use with a pen injector device for the subcutaneous injection of insulin.

Storage and Disposal

Needles should only be used once. Safe disposal of insulin needles and ancillaries should be ensured. Getting rid of used needles also ensures that you aren’t reusing old needles. It protects you from harmful complications.


Q1. What are the recommended sites for Insulin Injection?

Ans: Recommended sites are the abdomen, upper thighs, upper arms and upper buttock.

Q2. Are there any checks that one needs to perform before injecting the Insulin?

Ans: Checks at the injection site- Persons using insulin should self-inspect their injection sites and screen for any lump or swelling at the injection site. In such a case, it is better to choose another site for injection.

Q3. How can I avoid lumps/bumps on the injection site?

Ans: Thickened skin or rubbery lumps and bumps can build up in the fatty layer under your skin at your injection sites, a condition called Lipohypertrophy which develops from repeatedly injecting into the same spot. Do not inject into these lumps. If you inject into these lumps, your insulin medication may not work the way it is supposed to. You should check your injection sites for these lumps regularly.

Here are a few helpful tips:

  • Inspect insulin injection sites regularly.
  • Use a new needle for every injection.
  • Do not use the same injection site repeatedly.
  • Follow correct site rotation.
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