World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is actively developing Dried Blood Spot (DBS) as a powerful tool to fight against doping. Necessary regulations and guidelines are currently behind established in order to implement DBS testing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

DBS allows fast, simple and cost-effective blood collection and generated samples are easy to transport and store. It drastically expands testing coverage and are a major breakthrough for anti-doping.

The Olympic Committee and the International Testing Agency are commited to implementing routinely DBS testing for upcoming Olympics games. Thus drastically increasing testing possibilities during but also before the sport events.

HemaXis DB10 is the ideal tool to perform reliable, fast and minimally invasive blood sampling at the finish line or any challenging environment. Additionally, the generation of Dried Blood Spots (DBS) allows more compact storage, easier transport and more stable samples. Overall, the use of HemaXis DB10 is a cheap and convenient in-competition blood sampling solution.

Cyclist during Ironman