"With limited resources, innovative low cost interventions such as
the Eat Set Device which are suited to the needs of the people and which emphasise the
upliftment of the standards of living should be promoted for accelerated
Supporting Research And Development
The Emergency Auto Blood transfusion device EATSET which is receiving attention
world-wide, developed by the Emergency Blood Transfusion Research Project is a timely
device. As we review experiences and results obtained from the pre-terminal stages of
clinical trials of the device, UNDP is pleased to have provided the financial resources
for research, development and testing of the technology. UNDP is proud of the achievements
of this project and will see its development through to the stage of commercialization.
Towards this, we have already given our commitment in principle to assist with securing
the patent and intellectual property rights of the inventor.
The UNDP Family
UNDP support yields Results
Automated EATSET displayed with medals and awards at
the UNDP Headquaters in Lagos.
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