A non-Coring Needle is a sharp needle that has been sandblasted and smoothed to reduce unnecessary Coring. The Non-Coring Needle features an oblique portion where the tip raises above the midline to minimize friction with the surrounding tissue. Many Non-Coring Needle by many companies producing medical equipment, and each needle has a different type that has specific characteristics. The types used in each medical institution differ. One type is not imposed on all institutions, so the person concerned must review the needle and its brand with its affiliated medical institution. According to recent FDA researchers in needle design, several manufacturers have developed it in their designs and manufacturing procedures, designing a straight, non-coring puncture needle that reduces and prevents the occurrence of dangerous coring.
The Non-Coring Needle is characterized by a variety of sizes and gauges and is intentionally manufactured to suit the cause for which it is used and to suit the required hole depth and fluid viscosity.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has developed a Non-Coring Needle with a sharp blade surface with two other ends positioned at a certain angle. The blade surface consists of a sharp region on the tip of the blade (less than 40% of the entire blade) and a sharp area on the other primary end of the blade. This combination of the tip with a sharp blade surface and the other regions provides favourable conditions for the completion of the medical procedure while minimizing or preventing dangerous Coring to the patient’s tissues and fluids surrounding the Coring.
The Non-Coring Needle can be used to make an port for injection, an infusion line, or to insert a mixed syringe tube into the blood circuit and blood collection tube without the risk of Coring.