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Apron to help surgery patients

Shared by Ana Duarte on 2015-08-31 17:01

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That's when, in 2012, this inventor came up with a new solution for managing the medical drains, which are typically attached to hospital gowns or clothing with safety pins. Instead, Dolphin used a small apron, tied around her waist, to carry the tubes and drain.
And this is how the Kili Medical Drain Carrier was created. It's a safe and comfortable lightweight mesh apron that can be tied around the waist or around the shoulder.
It can really facilitate patient's lives: "The way that I developed this is that a patient can go and shower and let it dry in just a few minutes," Dolphin said. "They don't even need to take it off the entire time they're recovering from the surgery."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vln3z9Q8h34

More info: http://www.medicaldraincarrier.com/

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Cinde Dolhpin, from USA, has beat cancer four times in the last 20 years. Three of those times were breast cancer, which means Dolphin had a lot of surgeries.
But the surgeries that saved Dolphin's life came with an unfortunate side effect: painful medical drains - tubes that are inserted under the skin and remove fluid from the surgical wounds during recover.

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