Design without Borders designs a low-cost medical device for administering safe IV-tranfusions


Congratulations on the great example of rapid prototyping for human centred design for development contexts!


From their FB page:

Exciting times; the first prototype of the ECGF infusion set, a low-cost medical device for administering safe IV-tranfusions, is ready for clinical piloting! DwB has collaborated with the Instrumentation Division at Uganda Industrial Research Institute (UIRI) since February, and the prototype was officially commissioned at UIRIs 10 year anniversary the 24th of October. @pippamak #uiri #designwithoutborders #uganda #design #medicaldevice Paul Büttner Philippa Ngaju Makobore

About Brita Fladvad Nielsen

I'm a Postdoctoral researcher at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. My focus is on Smart Energy Communities in urban settings as well as design of energy-devices for emergency settings and design for humanitarian markets, especially for refugee camps in rural areas of Africa. I blog about my research approach Design Thinking on and about humanitarian design at . I am also a mother of a child who is deaf, and I blog about her language development on
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