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Source: BBC News

Low-tech, relatively low-cost medical innovations have been on show at an international health summit.

The products at the World Innovation Summit for Health in Qatar include a motorbike ambulance and pop-up clinic that can be used to reach remote villages in developing countries.

They were invented in the UK but are already being manufactured in South Africa.

The BBC’s Global Health reporter Tulip Mazumdar took a look at them and talked to their inventor.

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