Spinal Needle

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  • Spinal Needle Sizes available:-
  • Quincke (or Cutting) Tip Available:
    • 18g, 19g, 20g, 21g, 22g, 23g, 24g, 25g, 26, 27g
  • Pencil Point Tip (Whitacre) Available:
    • 22g, 23g, 24g, 25g, 26g, 27g
  • Length: 6, 8, 9 cm
  • Tip Type: Pencil Point and Quincke tip
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • Color Coding: Gauge sizes are color-coded for easy identification
  • Packaging: Individually Sterile-Sealed
  • Usage: Single-Use Disposable
  • Medical Advice: For Qualified Healthcare Professionals Only

Spinal Needle is also known as the lumbar puncture needle (LP needle) and is used for medical procedures. We offer Pencil Point Tip (Whitacre) and Quincke (or Cutting) Tip needle at competitive prices. Also, visit epidural needle for medical procedures.



Uses of Spinal Needle

  • Spinal Anesthesia
  • Myelography
  • Cisternal Puncture
  • Drainage of Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF)
  • Lumbar Puncture(Spinal Tap)
  • Spinal Block for Pain Management
  • Intrathecal Drug Administration

Types of Spinal Needle

  • Quincke (or Cutting) Tip
  • Pencil Point Tip (Whitacre)
  • Acutip Tip
  • Gertie Marx Tip
  • Atraumatic or Non-Cutting Tips
  • Sprotte Tip

Quincke (or Cutting) Tip

Model No. : 14-200

SizesHub ColorQty/carton
18gpink1000 Pcs
19gCream1000 Pcs
20gYellow1000 Pcs
21gdeep green1000 Pcs
22gblack1000 Pcs
23gdeep blue1000 Pcs
24gViolet1000 Pcs
25gOrange1000 Pcs
26gBrown1000 Pcs
27gGrey1000 Pcs

Pencil Point Tip (Whitacre)

Model No. : 14-210

SizesHub ColorQty/carton
22gBlack1000 Pcs
23gDeep Blue1000 Pcs
24gViolet1000 Pcs
25gOrange1000 Pcs
26gBrown1000 Pcs
27gGrey1000 Pcs


A spinal needle is a specialized medical needle designed for specific procedures involving the spinal cord and surrounding structures. It's commonly used in spinal anesthesia, spinal taps (lumbar punctures), and certain diagnostic or therapeutic procedures.
A spinal needle is designed to penetrate the subarachnoid space for immediate anaesthesia, While an epidural needle is used to access the epidural space for longer-term pain relief via catheter insertion.
Quincke needles have a cutting bevel, while Whitacre needles have a pencil-point tip, reducing the risk of post-dural puncture headache.
There are six types of spinal needle are Quincke (or Cutting) Tip, Pencil Point Tip (Whitacre), Acutip Tip, Gertie Marx Tip, Atraumatic or Non-Cutting Tips, Sprotte Tip
Spinal needles are typically designed for single-use, being disposable after one procedure. Reusing them poses risks of contamination and compromise of their sharpness and sterility.
Selecting the appropriate size of a spinal needle involves considering factors like the patient's anatomy, the procedure's purpose, and the clinician's expertise. Factors to consider are Gauge (Thickness), Length and Procedure Type.

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