Simulator could reduce birth mortality rates in developing nations
from The Guardian
Norwegian designers created the devices with the aim of reducing the number of newborn babies and mothers that die just after giving birth. The 'Natalie Collection' includes a novel birthing simulator that can be used with fake blood to prepare midwives for post birth bleeding. The Helping Babies Breathe program, which uses the contraptions in Tanzania, showed a 47 percent reduction in newborn death due to asphyxia.
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