Abdulwaheed Alayande believes he is the bridge between technology and people. Curious about how technology will influence and shape the future, Abdulwaheed is confident we will see that impact in healthcare and he wants to be at the centre of that discovery. As the Founder of TREP LABS, he is taking steps to reach that goal.
TREP LABS is an enterprise offering a product called REALDRIP, which is an infusion meter that makes blood transfusion and drip treatment simpler and safer by continuously monitoring flow rate and volume administered, and by automating the blood transfusion and drip treatment process. This is a lower-cost, simpler solution that still maintains the ability to safely administer precision infusion.
The vision for the project is to save lives by empowering today’s medical teams with low-cost medical devices as they believe nobody deserves to die from preventable clinical and surgical errors.
In the next 5 years, Abdulwaheed wants to decrease the mortality rate by partnering with medical associations and ministers of health across Africa.
Media & Milestones
For our #BellaNaijaMCM feature this week, we celebrate Abdulwaheed Alayande, who’s determined to use technology to positively impact healthcare delivery in Nigeria and beyond.
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Lagos-based Co-Creation Hub (CcHub), in partnership with Facebook, has announced the 15 teams of students and startups selected for the first FbStart Accelerator cohort currently underway at NG_Hub in Nigeria.
About 15,000 candidates are going to sit for post UTME screening at the Federal University of Technology, Akure. The Post UTME screening which starts from Monday, August 6, to Thursday, August 9, 2018, will see over 14,000 candidates jostling for 4000 admission slot in the university, Punch reports.