World's First Integrated Pen Needle System

Unifine® Pentips® Plus is the world’s first integrated pen needle system that utilises the same high quality needles as Unifine® Pentips® but also features an integrated needle removal chamber which offers a convenient option for interim needle disposal after use.



Convenience at Your Disposal

Experts agree that the most accurate routine when using injection pens is the immediate removal of the pen needle after injection and replacement with a new needle just prior to injection1,2.

In a study for Owen Mumford by HRW Ltd, Unifine® Pentips® Plus increases needle change when compared to the users existing needle,3 following a good injection routine can help lower the risk of complications associated with needle reuse.4

Unifine® Pentips® Plus uses unique Safe Click Technology that indicates when used needles are disposed into the locking chamber, providing a convenient solution for needle disposal on-the-go.

Unifine® Pentips® Plus - insulin pen needles - features

  • The Unifine® Pentips® Plus is a unique pen needle with a built-in removal system designed for a better injection routine
  • Premium quality pen needle designed for comfortable injections
  • Built-in removal system for convenience

Unifine® Pentips® Plus Range

4mm 33G AN3648
4mm 32G AN3640
5mm 30G 001696
5mm 31G AN3650
6mm 31G AN3690
8mm 31G AN3630
12mm 29G AN3629

Pen compatibility

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Unifine® Pentips® Plus -Pen Needle Reuse Brochure

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Unifine® Range Leaflet
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Unifine® Pentips® Plus – Training Card

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Unifine® Pentips® Plus – Whitepaper

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Unifine® Pentips® Plus- Good Injection Guide

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  1. Trend UK, Injection Technique Matters; Best Practice Guideline to support Correct Injection Technique in Diabetes Care, 2018.
  2. Ginsberg B.H., J.L. Parkes, C. Sparacino: The kinetics of insulin administration by insulin pens. Horm. Metab. Res. 26: 584-587 (1994).
  3. Study by Healthcare Research Worldwide. (2013).
  4. Torrance T. An unexpected hazard of injectable therapy injection. Practical Diabetes International 2002;19:63.
  5. Basal thumb arthritis, Richard Dias, Jeevan Chandrasenan, Vaikunthan Rajaratnam, Frank D Burke. Postgrad Med J 2007;83:40-43. Doi: 10.1136/pgmj.046300