Welcome to the EAT-SET site. EAT-SET : Emergency Auto Transfusion Set. Main features include:Rapid recovery of blood from internal haemorrhage. Simple to use. It can be totally manually operated.Closed system, No risk of infection transmission.Cost effective; Main container can be reused after sterilization. Only filters and tubing lines are discarded after use.

Brigadier General Dr Oviemo Ovadje started the EASET project in 1989 with a meagre sum of N 18,000 Eighteen thousand Naira ($120)

The main organizations that have been behind the success of Eat-Set are the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Federal Government of Nigeria. The World Health Organization acted as an executing agency in the developmental phase of the device.

Right from the inception of the project the UNDP and the Federal Government provided support for research, development and testing of the technology.

The UNDP & Government assisted securing the patent trade marks and intellectual rights of the inventor.

The Federal Government has provided an environment conducive for a project of immense importance as this to grow. Financial assistance has been provided in many ways by the Federal Government and various workshops to facilitate awareness in this area of health have been organized. Click here for more information about the History of Eat-Set and the Federal Government involvement. The project however needs more support to fulfill its objective of providing appropriate devices for developing countries.

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