Helping patients drink without having to call for help.

• Improving patient experience
• Delivering efficiencies on the ward
• Clear cost reductions are possible
• Potential 70% reduction in plastic use



The benefits

Patient experience

Improving dignity and independence by making it easy for vulnerable people to drink easily and not have to call for help. Staying properly hydrated is the simplest solution to the very serious health risks associated with dehydration.

Efficiencies on the ward

Releasing time to care through knowing patients are now able to help themselves. Reduced spillage, reduced need for drugs and huge savings of time and money by preventing unnecessary intravenous drip usage.

Bottom line cost reductions at scale

The potential savings run into the £millions (and maybe £billions) through prevented admissions, reduced lengths of stay, reduced drip use, and other reductions due to the prevention of dehydration. The prevention of one avoidable I/V drip could save the NHS around £1000 through reductions in length of stay, staff time and risk of infection.

70% potential reduction in the use of plastic

If a reduction in preventable intravenous drip use occurs there will be a subsequent and substantial reduction in the use of plastic.

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