The $3 Suction-Powered Healing Device

The $3 Suction-Powered Healing Device
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Addressing the serious health risks associated with open wounds has long been a perplexing issue, especially in developing areas of the world. A $3, hand-powered device could quickly change that.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 19 april 2010

Addressing the serious health risks associated with open wounds has long been a perplexing issue, especially in developing areas of the world. Negative pressure (suction), has proven to be a reliable method of speeding up the healing process, as it is believed that this pressure draws bacteria out and initiates blood and air circulation to each ailment.

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