Added on: 19th April, 2018 by Michele_29823
The reception offered an opportunity to recognise people of Commonwealth heritage who have made a positive contribution to business, community and culture in the United Kingdom.
MDTi is a Wolverhampton based company that manufactures and commercialises products invented by NHS doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and patients.
3 of the products were invented at New Cross Hospital
The J-Hook, an alternative to a drip stand,which is lightweight, portable and easy to clean, can be hung from the curtain track. This was invented by John Edwards who was a staff nurse at the hospital.
The Femmax, a female health product was invented by Joan Thomas a Macmillan Gynae/Oncology Specialist Nurse, the Femmax is widely available on prescription and on Amazon.
The Ortho-Glide, lower leg excerciser, used after knee replacement operations was invented by a patient, Philip Hankin and is also available on Amazon.
A royalty from the sale of MDTi products is paid to the NHS.
For more information on these locally invented products please visit www.mdti.co.uk