Safety Lancet
Assure® Lance Plus (25/30 gauge)

Bring Safety and Comfort to Capillary Blood Sampling

Needlestick accidents increase the risk of bloodborne virus transmission and the stress experienced by the affected healthcare professional can be enormous.1

The Assure Lance Plus Safety Lancets have a hidden needle construction and automatic after-use lockout designed to reduce the risk of needlestick accidents and cross-contamination.

Premium Quality
Assure Lance Plus Safety Lancets are a professional-grade, single-use devices designed for multi-resident settings. The intuitive design of the safety lancet is intended to increase ease of use, while the smooth, tri-bevel needle is designed to maximize resident comfort.

Safe and Gentle


Firing Button
Easier to engage while reducing the likelihood of a misfire2


Ergonomic Shape
Provides secure device handling2


Shallow Pen Depth
Reduces the amount of discomfort experienced by the resident2


Step 1 - Remove Cap
Twist protective cap and pull straight out to remove.

Step 2 - Position Lancet
Place lancet against the side of fingertip and press button to activate lancet.

Step 3 - Dispose
Dispose lancet in appropriate sharps container.

Ordering Information

NameCountColorPen. DepthProduct #UPC #015482NDC #08317-
Assure Lance Plus 30G Safety Lancets 100 Purple 0.7 mm 990130 99130-2 9901-30
Assure Lance Plus 25G Safety Lancets 100 Dark Blue 1.1 mm 990125 99125-8 9901-25


What gauge is the Assure Lance Plus safety lancet?
The Assure Lance Plus safety lancet is available in 30 and 25 gauge formats.

How do I remove the protective cap?
Twist the cap and pull straight out to remove.

What is the needle depth?
The Assure Lance Plus 30 gauge needle depth is 0.7 mm and the 25 gauge needle depth is 1.1 mm

Does the needle permanently retract after use?
Yes. The Assure Lance Plus safety lancet features automatic lockout after use, which helps ensure safety of patients and healthcare professionals and prevent cross contamination due to accidental needlesticks.

Where can I learn more about OSHA Compliance?
You may also visit for more detailed information.


1. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Stop sticks campaign.

2. ARKRAY, Inc. Data on file. Patient study.