Childbirth Assistant by Francisco Lindoro

Francisco Lindoro designed this childbirth assistant to improve the life of those women who cannot have their babies at hospital. The inspiration came from the statistics, in just Mexico, over 500,000 pregnant women don’t have access to social security and therefore, they can’t get the proper attention that is required during the childbirth. The major concerned service providers are Midwives and the biggest problem with them is they do not have proper instruments that are required to perform trouble free childbirth. This design provides the midwives with proper instruments to ensure the well of babies.

childbirth assistant device

childbirth assistant device

childbirth assistant device

Designer : Francisco Lindoro

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SUMEET SHARMA says: March 29, 2010

good one very helpful not only in mexico but rural places around the world as well.







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