Students from Tunghai University in China have designed a bone cast that works to make the process of healing broken or fractured bones much easier.
Called the 'BoneAid,' the unique device was made with a flat-pack design that is primarily meant for emergency situations. Whether it is in war, during natural disasters or any other crises of humanity in which medical resources may be limited, these bone casts are made to ease the suffering of those in need. The casts lie flat and it is believed that the average truck can fit 500 of them in one go.
These bone casts are perfect for people who lack adequate medical access and care, whether it is in poor regions, ones that are dealing with conflict or ones that are facing the consequences of a natural disaster.
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- By: Mishal OmarAug 25, 2016