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AgaMatrix Ultra-Thin Lancets 33G 200s

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AgaMatrix Ultra-Thin Lancets are designed for use with the AgaMatrix Lancing Device.
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SKU : CHN3420601|PIP-Code : 3420601|EAN : 5060181540356
 
       
AgaMatrix Ultra-Thin Lancets

AgaMatrix Ultra-Thin Lancets 
are designed for use with the AgaMatrix Lancing Device which is light to carry, easy to prime, quick to use and approved for testing on alternative sites.

AgaMatrix Ultra-thin Lancets 33G are 0.2mm, white and supplied in packs of 200.
       
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