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Father invents pocket sized Asthma spacer for his daughter

Shared by Janerdcpt on 2014-01-07 16:39

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This device allows asthma patients to efficiently use their asthma medication. I tis used with standard asthma inhalers, and was designed to ensure optimal fluid flow through the chamber and is compact and portable, easy to use and clean and cost-effective to produce.

“I think we should always look for new or improved ways of working to benefit patients and I’m very pleased that this idea could have such a positive impact on so many people’s lives”, the inventor said.

Paul, a school nurse, after creating a prototype, has the product being produced and commercialized by Vivo Smart Medical Devices.

The inventor received Alumni Success in Business Award from Anglia Ruskin University.

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Paul Watson, born in UK, invented Pocket-Flow® Spacer, a new type of pocket-sized “spacer”, a piece of equipment used by people with asthma. Paul was inspired by his daughter, who suffers from asthma, and was having problems using standard asthma inhalers.

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