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VersaLite Gives Nurses Freedom to Use Their Hands

By: Katherine Vong - Published: • References: coroflot & designbuzz
The VersaLite is a portable and wearable flashlight designed by Stefan Djerkic to help nurses attend to patients. Because it's designed to be worn, the VersaLite allows nurses freedom of movement to use their hands when they need to -- and not have to worry about the transfer of bacteria since tactile contact with the actual flashlight is limited.

The VersaLite features a smooth and sleek design, so it's easier to clean, in turn reducing bacteria transfer. This versatile (hence its name) light is also rechargeable and is designed with a 180-degree pivoting head that can be turned using the buttons on the side of the light. What's more, the VersaLite has a central LED feature that can be activated if the nurse needs a high-focus beam of light for examination purposes. Stats for Versatile Wearable Flashlights Trending: Older & Average
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