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In Australia alone,

there is an estimated total of 128,400,000 needle-related procedures performed per annum.[1]

These procedures include vaccinations, blood tests, IV cannulation and anticoagulant injections.

which is estimated to affect 10% of adults and 90% of children, there are approximately 6.1 million people in Australia with a fear of injections.[2,3]

When taking into account a fear of needle-related pain,

our technology is expected to be available in Australia from early 2020.

Currently in the final stages of development,

if you would like more information about our technology, or are interested in undertaking a clinical trial at your site.

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  1. Data collated from various sources, available upon request 

  2. Wright, S (2009): Fear of Needles – Nature and Prevalence in General Practice, Australian Family Physician, 38(3), March 2009

  3. Taddio et al (2012): Survey of Prevalance of Immunization Non – Compliance due to Needle Fears in Children and Adults. Vaccine 30. 4807 – 4812, quoted in Sakaguchi, CP (2014): Identifying Design Opportunities through a Cultural Understanding of Medical Needle Use, Fear and Pain within the United States and Developing Nations, Honours Thesis 

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