The purpose of this study was to confirm that the Vein Device (now known as Veinplicity) did not induce any clinically relevant changes in clinical pathology.

Completed studies

The purpose of this feasibility study was to assess Veinplicity as an adjunctive venipuncture tool in people with a history of difficult-to-access veins.

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Current and upcoming studies
  1.  Comparative study between light devices and Veinplicity, including success rates

  2.  Using ultrasound to prove increase in vein size with Veinplicity

  3.  Usefulness of Veinplicity in pediatric cases

  4.  Usefulness of Veinplicity for lower-extremity venous access

Study results will be added as they are completed.

Physeon has conducted a handful of studies to determine the safety and feasibility of the Veinplicity device. The early feedback and analysis from completed and ongoing studies has been very positive. 




Our clinical studies have shown Veinplicity to be safe and well tolerated by patients. Early clinical data shows that 100% of patients (17 out of 17) had successful venipuncture without the use of a tourniquet. In addition, there was a noticeable trend towards a reduction in vasovagal side effects (e.g., fainting) associated with venous access after device use.

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