3D-Printed Instrument Measures Oxygen Levels in Infants


The Pelican is a device designed to help diagnose pneumonia in newborn babies

Leah Gonzalez
  • 22 october 2014

Massachusetts-based non-profit design company Design that Matters has been using 3D printing technology to create prototypes of a diagnostic tool designed to measure the oxygen levels in infants and help diagnose pneumonia in babies.

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