Indian-origin Man Offering Free Masks To People In Uk .

Indian-Origin man offering free masks to people in UK .

Thousands of innovative new coronavirus-safe face masks created by an Indian-origin surgeon and his colleague based in the UK are being offered free to the state-funded National Health Service (NHS) clinics to stop patients from accidentally spreading COVID-19 to ear, nose, and throat (ENT) medics.

 Indian-origin Man Offering Free Masks To People In Uk


Ajith George, who is based at the Royal Stoke University Hospital in Stoke-on-Trent, created the SNAP device along with fellow ENT surgeon Chris Coulson as a practical response to the COVID-19 crisis.Their brainchild was then developed in a matter of months in collaboration with engineers at Aston University and specialist UK-based manufacturing firms.

“It’s incredibly exciting to see this device going from concept to reality so quickly,” said George.“As working surgeons, our innovation work is driven by creating things we would want to use ourselves.COVID-19 has led to heightened awareness about the spread of disease in clinical environments, so we see the SNAP device having practical applications during the pandemic and beyond,” he said.This Initiative has been received very well among the people of the UK and appreciation this man services.

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