Tag: healthcare technologies

Rob Goodier

Makerere Collaboration: 25 Products and Prototypes Cataloged for E4C’s Solutions Library

April 20, 2023

Illuminate Dermoscope wound screener, Tampostat low-cost post-partum hemorrhage treatment, Saans neonatal breathing disorder treatment, and more than 20 other technologies have been...

Rob Goodier

Promising Prototypes to Watch in 2022

January 12, 2022

A wave-powered water desalinator, drones that plant mangroves and mobile greenhouses made our list of promising prototypes to watch...

Rob Goodier

E4C Partners with WHO to Advance Global Health Technology

October 1, 2021

In May 2020, at the height of the pandemic, the World Health Organization announced an open call for submissions...

Mechanical Engineering Magazine

Frugal Engineering Goes Beyond Cost

May 27, 2021

Engineers are certainly not new to developing low-cost equipment for use in places where electricity is as rare as...

Rob Goodier

Help Define Best Practices in Biomedical Engineering: Answer This Questionnaire

October 6, 2020

Members and readers of Engineering for Change are invited to take part in defining the best practices in biomedical...

Elizabeth Johansen

Global Health Design Informs this Open Source Face Shield

April 30, 2020

The United States has more total wealth than any other nation and even here we have a shortage of...

Rob Goodier

Five Questions with Dr. Donna Brezinski, Delivering Portable Jaundice Treatment in the USA and the World

October 17, 2019

Few devices make the leap from serving people in emerging economies to store shelves in the global West. And...

Rob Goodier

Siemens Stiftung EP Award Winners: A Solar Power Sharing Network, Low-Cost Prostheses and a Digital Sign Language Interpreter

August 21, 2019

A solar home system that connect houses to share power, a low-cost prosthetic limb manufacturer and a developer of...

Rob Goodier

The Hemafuse blood autotransfusion device heads to clinical trials

January 4, 2016

A soup ladle is sometimes the best tool available to recycle a patient’s blood in an emergency or in a...

Randy Schwemmin

Smartphones, Healthcare & Development

March 17, 2015

Sure, the smartphone is rapidly changing health care in the developed world. We can do so much from the...


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