BD Nano™ 4mm Pen Needles


 

Why BD Nano™ 4mm Pen Needles?

Insulin is meant to be injected into the fat layer just below the skin for consistent absorption.1
If you inject into a muscle, the insulin can work too quickly, which may lead to low blood sugar.2 
The BD Nano™4mm Pen Needle, BD’s shortest pen needle gets insulin to the fat layer over 99.5% of the time, at all injection sites.3

 

Ask your doctor if the BD Nano 4mm Pen Needle is right for you.

  • BD's smallest, thinnest pen needle
  • EasyFlowTM Technology for less effort to inject4
  • PentaPointTM Comfort for a smoother, gentler injection experience1

BD Catalog # 320122  BD NDC/HRI # 08290-3201-22

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†BD NanoTM 4mm Pen Needle, on average, compared with other pen needles of its class when tested on leading insulin pen brands.
*Copays and preferred status vary by plan.
1Vaag A, et al. Diabetes Care. 1990;13(1):74-6.  2Frid A, et al. Diabetes Care. 1990; 13(5):473-7.  3Gibney MA, et al. Current Medical Research Opinion.  2010;26(6):1519-30.  4Aronson R, et al. Clinical Therapeutics.  2013;35:923-33.  5Hirsch LJ, et al. Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology.2012;6(2):328-35.  6Georgia Tech Research Institute testing, March 2013. 

 


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