Universal needles fitting on every Luer type syringe
Choosing the right needle
It is recommended to use the shortest and smallest needle possible.
Larger needles cause more tissue damage.
This risk can be limited by the use of smaller needles because the resulting lesions are smaller.
The only disadvantage of smaller needles is the increased risk that they bend or break.
These needles are thus particularly suited to use in veins which are in good condition.