Hamilton elementary school student invents medical system

A Hamilton teen from St. Margaret Mary elementary school has invented something that has the potential to save millions of lives around the world.Christopher Lamont has developed a 3D printed mechanical intravenous fluid delivery system for low and middle-income countries.The system would allow people in underdeveloped countries to deliver IV fluids to patients without the need for electricity.Lamont competed in this year’s Canada-wide science fair in Fredericton. He took home a gold medal of excellence; along with the youth can innovative award and the SM Blair family foundation award.He says he hopes to patent his idea in the near future.