Bristol man's water bottle invention in hospital trial
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Bristol man's water bottle invention in hospital trials

A Bristol businessman has invented a water bottle which could stop hospital patients experiencing dehydration.

The system will be tried out in 50 NHS trusts after it was found to improve health for those undergoing operations.

BBC reporter Scott Ellis spoke to inventor Mark Moran from Hydrate for Health, and Lesley Taylor from Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

  • 03 Aug 2012