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Alyaa HH

Department of Business Administration, College of Business, University of Jeddah, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia


  • Research Article   
    Painless Blood Sampling Technique: A Way of Injecting
    Author(s): Alyaa HH and Rida W*

    In and out patients of different age groups are subjected to repeated skin piercing in order to complete the diagnosis, which may cause psychological consequence due to the painful experience or because of phobia fear of needles. We attempt to review most experimental studies investigating the effectiveness of the currently used techniques in reducing the pain related to blood sampling. Venepuncture Methods have been always linked with pain. Nevertheless, it is the most common technique used worldwide. The effectiveness of this methods is mainly depends on the quality of the equipment used as well as the phlebotomist qualification. Polymer microfluidic blood sampling device is a recent innovation that aims to improve the technological ease of blood sampling and to minimize the frequency of venepuncture that the patient exposed to. However this method can .. Read More»

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