A vacuum-assisted device collecting whole blood samples at your fingertips
A Simpler Solution
With just a finger prick, Haiim can draw enough blood for some of the most frequent blood tests. This simple procedure can increase accessibility and eliminate discomfort.
Why use Haiim?
Introduce rapid blood testing and more personalized healthcare with minimal costs and training.
Optimize Clinic Workflows
Cut down laboratory wait times with on-site sampling and testing. Reduce workloads for both nurses and administrative staff.
Accelerate Clinical Trials
Fulfill frequent blood sampling needs for Phase I clinical trials, expediting discoveries and results.
Liver Disease Screening
Rural and Remote Healthcare
- Dimensions: 62 mm (W) x 123 mm (L) x 61.5 mm (H)
- Net weight: 219 g
- Lifespan: Over 30,000 trials per device
- Dimensions: 18 mm (W) x 32.5 mm (L) x 42 mm (H)
- Net weight: 4 g
- Lifespan: Single use only
Your Questions Answered
What assays are compatible with Haiim?
Under normal circumstances, blood samples collected using Haiim can be used to conduct:
- Kidney, lipid, liver function, and endocrine panels
- Prostate cancer, drug, COVID-19, and diabetes mellitus (glucose) tests
- Nutrition panels
Further assays can be conducted if the blood volume is sufficient. In many cases, a second blood draw can be performed on the same puncture site.
Can I use Haiim at home?
Haiim is currently available for professional use only as a microsampling solution for remote healthcare, mobile clinics, and other decentralized settings.
We plan to design Haiim for at-home use in the near future.
What microtubes can I use with Haiim?
We cannot guarantee that Haiim will function properly with every microtube. For optimal performance, please use one of the following microtubes:
- BD Microtainer® Blood Collection Tubes
- Greiner MiniCollect® Tubes
- KANGJIAN Micro Blood Collection Tube
- SARSTEDT Multivette® 600
- Xinle Capillary Tube-A
Is Haiim superior to other fingertip blood collection methods?
Haiim has many advantages over fingertip squeezing methods, including a higher volume of blood, lower hemolysis, less pain, and better recovery.
|Blood collection method|
(mean: 314 μL, N = 150)¹
64 μL (N=100)2, and 84.3 μL (N=350)3
|Hemolysis||100 % ≤ 14 (N = 150)||70 % ≤ 14 (N = 11)|
dependent on the operator’s ability
|Pain during blood collection||less painful||painful|
|Wound healing||faster||slower, causes bruise|
|Risk of infection||lower||higher|
|Cleanliness during blood collection||Neat||messy|
1) 21G lancet, collection time: 2 min; 2) Serafin et al., 2020; 3) Katarzyna et al., 2019; 4) Concentration of free hemoglobin ≤ 1mg/mL blood.
How do you determine the quality of blood drawn using Haiim?
Blood collected using Haiim exhibits minimal hemolysis and a high correlation with venous blood samples when quantifying HbA1c.
|Haiim clinical performance evaluation|
|Median age||43 (21-93)|
|Average blood volume collected||313.67 ± 117.71 μL|
|% of samples with hemolysis index under 100 mg/dL||100|
|Pearson correlation coefficient (r) of the HbA1c value between venous and “Haiim” blood samples||0.97431|
1) Analyzed by FDA cleared HbA1c test system, DCA Vantage® Analyzer
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