The ISOBAR Aims to Keep Medicine Temperature Regulated in a Backpack

By: Misel Saban - Sep 10, 2016
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William Broadway has put together an innovative medical feat with his conceptual vaccine cooler called the ISOBAR which has won him the James Dyson award for its skilled usefulness. The cooler is a portable backpack of sorts that allows medical professionals to keep vaccines temperature regulated while transporting them from place to place. The design is specifically engineered to maintain a set temperature over a prolonged period of time, to ensure the medicine stays in its proper state.

The ISOBAR is compact and transportable, making it ideal for carrying an array of vaccines to a specific place. The interior is designed to stay at a pre-set temperature without freezing and harming the medicine. A valve ensures the coolness stays trapped inside the cooler until use.