Spinal Needles (50 pieces/box)
Spinal Needles (1 piece/blister pack)
Spinal Needles (5 pieces)
Spinal Needles (50 pieces/box)
Spinal Needles (1 piece/blister pack)
Spinal Needles (5 pieces)
*Packaging color may differ according to distribution region.

Spinal Needles

AccuPoint™ Injection Instruments
Spinal Needles are medical devices used to access the subarachnoid space in the spinal cord to inject medication or to obtain cerebrospinal fluid samples. These precision needles are produced in ISO and CE certified facilities by AdvaCare Pharma.


Needle Size (color-coded)


What are Spinal Needles?

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Spinal Needles are used to access the subarachnoid space in the spinal cord. They are typically used for spinal anesthesia, to inject medication, or obtain cerebrospinal fluid samples for diagnosis. These needles are designed with a sharp bevel tip and a thin, long body to minimize tissue damage and maximize accuracy.

Precision needles are available in a variety of sizes and shapes to accommodate different procedures and patient needs. They are typically color-coded to indicate their gauge size, with larger gauge sizes denoted by lower numbers.

AdvaCare Pharma produces Spinal Needles in our facilities located in the USA, India, and China. Our production plants undergo regular inspection to ensure compliance with the highest standards for safety, health, and the environment, as well as ISO and CE regulations. We are committed to manufacturing high-quality precision needles for the medical community.

Product Specifications


Pencil Point

Pencil Point spinal needles, also known as atraumatic needles, are specially designed to minimize the leakage of cerebrospinal fluid after puncture, thus reducing the likelihood of postdural puncture headache. They are characterized by their rounded tip, which reduces the risk of tissue trauma during insertion. These needles are commonly used for spinal anesthesia and diagnostic purposes.


Quincke spinal needle, also known as a conventional needle, is designed with a sharp tip to cut through tissue and a distal opening. It is commonly used for lumbar punctures to obtain cerebrospinal fluid samples or to administer spinal anesthesia. The beveled tip of the needle can cause some damage to the tissue, but it provides a quicker insertion into the dura mater compared to pencil point needles.

Why are we a trusted Spinal Needles manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma's Spinal Needles are designed with safety, patient comfort, and ease of use in mind. Our AccuPoint™ brand products, such as our spinal needles are manufactured in ISO and CE-certified facilities. Our rigorous quality control measures ensure that our partners receive only quality-assured products.

We supply our products to distributors, hospitals, pharmacies, NGOs, and government institutions in over 65 markets worldwide, and we are committed to working with our partners to ensure that their needs are met.

At AdvaCare Pharma, we understand the importance of timely delivery and strive to ensure that our products reach our partners as quickly as possible through our global distribution network. Our dedicated team is available to provide support and answer any questions our partners may have.


How should Spinal Needles be used?

When using a spinal needle, it is important to first determine the correct needle size based on the patient's age, weight, and overall health. The needle should be inserted slowly and carefully, using a sterile technique and maintaining proper hand hygiene. Once the needle is in place, the stylet should be removed, and cerebrospinal fluid can be obtained or medication can be injected as needed.

It is also important to monitor the patient closely during and after the procedure for any adverse reactions or complications, such as headache, infection, bleeding, or nerve damage. Proper documentation of the procedure and any associated medication administration should also be recorded in the patient's medical record. Spinal needles should only be used by trained healthcare professionals with appropriate education, training, and certification in the procedure.

How should Spinal Needles be disposed of?

Spinal needles should be disposed of as medical waste following proper healthcare waste management protocols. After use, it is important to place the used spinal needles in a puncture-resistant sharps container immediately. These containers are designed to prevent accidental needlestick injuries.


How do Spinal Needles work?

Spinal needles are used to access the subarachnoid space in the spinal cord to inject medication or obtain cerebrospinal fluid samples. The needle is inserted through the skin and into the spinal canal, and the medication is injected or the sample is collected.

What is the difference between pencil point and quincke Spinal Needles?

Pencil point needles are designed to create a small hole in the dura, while quincke needles have a bevel that cuts the dura to create a larger hole. Pencil point needles are less traumatic and associated with fewer complications, while quincke needles may be preferred in certain situations.

How are Spinal Needles sized and color-coded?

Spinal needles are sized by gauge, with larger numbers denoting a smaller diameter. They are also color-coded based on gauge size, with smaller gauges typically being green and larger gauges being pink or red.

How should Spinal Needles be stored and handled?

Spinal needles should be stored in a cool, dry place and kept in their original packaging until use. They should be handled with care to avoid bending or damaging the needle, and should be disposed of properly after use.

Are there any risks associated with Spinal Needle use?

Spinal needle use carries certain risks, such as nerve damage, bleeding, infection, and spinal headache. However, these risks can be minimized through proper technique and careful patient selection.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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