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A medical innovation born in the West Midlands is poised to play a crucial role in helping to save millions of lives across the world.

Medical Devices Technology International (MDTi), which has been shortlisted for a prestige Lord Stafford Award for Innovation, has signed a deal for its intravenous community infusion stand to be used by the Worldwide Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Red Cross as they treat people throughout the globe.

The news of this contract comes just a few months after the product was accepted in NHS Trusts, with its unique modular frame providing a solution that is easier to transport, operate and clean – improving infection control and potentially saving the Government hundreds of thousands of pounds each year.

Martin Levermore, Chief Executive Officer of MDTI, said: The idea for the pole was devised by a team of Wolverhampton IV Therapy Nurses within the NHS PCT, who had grown frustrated with conventional stands that are heavy, expensive and difficult to use if you are on your own.

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A medical innovation born in the West Midlands is poised to play a crucial role in helping to save millions of lives across the world.

Medical Devices Technology International (MDTi), which has been shortlisted for a prestige Lord Stafford Award for Innovation, has signed a deal for its ‘Hoo-kOn’ intravenous community infusion stand to be used by the Worldwide Health Organisation (WHO) and the International Red Cross as they treat people throughout the globe.

The news of this contract comes just a few months after the product was accepted in NHS Trusts, with its unique modular frame providing a solution that is easier to transport, operate and clean – improving infection control and potentially saving the Government hundreds of thousands of pounds each year.

Martin Levermore, Chief Executive Officer of MDTI, said: “The idea for the ‘Hoo-kOn’ was devised by a team of Wolverhampton IV Therapy Nurses within the NHS PCT, who had grown frustrated with conventional stands that are heavy, expensive and difficult to use if you are on your own.

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