Innovation Martlesham company deploys its technology in the Pulse showcase
Mvine Limited announces today the deployment of its innovation for the first time in BT Customer Showcases located at Adastral Park, the applied research campus where world-first and world-leading technologies have been created.
The Pulse showcase has been through a refresh and the company’s innovation called ‘MSERV’, an integrated pain management system, now features with other amazing leading-edge technology.
MSERV provides patients, clinicians and hospital administrators a digital approach to Acute pain management. It is the result of a 5-year research and innovation effort and it has been through clinical trials at University College London Hospital (UCLH). MSERV is currently on service evaluations in NHS England, for example at Barts Heart Centre where it is being trialled as part of their Enhanced Recovery after Cardiac Surgery (ERACS) initiative.
MSERV has been described as potentially the most important innovation in pain management since the Patient-Controlled Analgesia (PCA) device over 25 years ago.
Frank Joshi, director at Mvine who is also director of platforms for MSERV, said: “One of the key aims of the solution is to help patients have a better experience during and after their stay in hospital which we believe will lead to patients requiring less opioid based medicine prescribed to them, particularly on their discharge from hospital.”
The BT Customer Showcases are incredibly popular, attracting visitors ranging from school children to members of the Royal family.
Mvine is one of the Innovation Martlesham (IM) companies who share the Adastral Park site at Martlesham Heath, Suffolk alongside BT Applied Research.
Innovation Martlesham 20 April 2020 News article