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NHS BLOOD DONOR CHAIR »

ID5: Distribute the Product

Renfrew Group International (RGi) worked in close partnership with NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT) in the successful, user-centered design and implementation of the new Phlebotomy (Blood Donor) chair and trolley system to enhance the donation experience and improve the whole process for patients, collection and support staff. This partnership approach between RGi and NHSBT provided a real opportunity for innovation in the NHS procurement processes and a breakthrough in competitive tendering, whilst delivering excellence in engineering, value, quality and reliability.

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Owner:
Andrew Slaney

Elaros »

ID4: Demonstrate the Benefits

Combination of 2 medical devices and web based algorithm to process data. Delivered as a continence triage service direct to GPs - fully developed but not yet implemented.

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Owner:
Andrew Slaney

ePAQ- PO »

ID5: Distribute the Product

ePAQ has been designed primarily as a clinical tool, to facilitate communication between patients & clinicians. It has been evaluated in a number of studies in terms of its validity, reliability & impact on patient care. Its origins lie in instruments designed for use as Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) though most importantly the system offers a user-friendly and meaningful measure of outcome, which may be applicable in clinical practice, service evaluation, audit & research. It is a key element in supporting devolved care (including nurse-led clinics) as well as ‘Virtual Clinics’

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Owner:
Peter Taylor

PainKwell »

ID5: Distribute the Product

A low cost ambulatory acute pain management system that has proven to relieve postoperative pain for patients following several types of surgery, especially hip and knee replacement. Using patent pending components it is a proven, safer means of avoiding wound infection, faster surgical application and a key factor in patient enhanced recovery programmes whilst reducing the use of opiates.

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Owner:
Peter Taylor