USAID Highlights Development Of Low-Cost Technology To Help Newborns In Malawi Breathe

USAID: American Innovation Breathes New Life into Newborns in Malawi
“Students from Rice University in Texas developed a low-cost technology which helps small and sick babies breathe. Using a shoe box and an aquarium pump, these students created the Pumani bCPAP prototype that, at 1/10 of the traditional CPAP cost, is now providing life saving technology in many hospitals throughout Malawi…” (11/16).

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