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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.

In Australia alone,

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.

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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 first medical device is now available on the Australian market and designed to enhance the patient experience and combat needle-phobia.

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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