Recent Examples of lancet from the Web
That’s welcome news for the nation’s 30 million diabetics, who stand not only to get some relief from the seemingly incessant stream of lancets, test strips and syringes, but also to stay healthier.
Harris has applied for seven patents, including a potentially revolutionary device for testing blood, glucose, hemoglobin and white-blood cell count by using a finger cuff instead of the lancet that can be the bane of a diabetic’s existence.
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First Known Use of lancet
LANCET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lancet for English Language Learners
medical : a sharp tool used for cutting the skin
Medical Definition of lancet
: a sharp-pointed and commonly two-edged surgical instrument used to make small incisions (as in a vein or a boil)—called also lance
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