the microsampling blog / Capillary Blood Sampling (2)

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Great science and smarter research need better blood collection and stronger support. That’s the ideas behind the VAMS® Incubator Program, a powerful new resource for blood collection innovators in the …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

In pediatric medicine, for screening and other purposes, it is important to know the appropriate amount of blood that can be drawn from a child depending on their age. The …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Capillary finger-prick blood draws have gained popularity. This is partly in response to innovations in point of care testing and remote sampling. Capillary blood has distinct advantages in hospital labs, clinical labs, …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Working with traditional wet blood specimens has always raised safety concerns and posed logistical challenges. Blood sample storage and cold chain shipping require navigating an increasingly complicated maze of regulatory …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

For decades, Dried Blood Spot (DBS) cards have served as a useful alternative to painful venipuncutre, cold chain shipping and storage, and other hassles of wet blood collection. However, they …

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by Neoteryx | 2 min read

Capillary blood sampling is becoming a common way to minimize the amount of blood drawn from a patient. The 10 or 20 microliters can be used to look for anemia, …

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