José Gomez-Marquez, who heads the Innovations in International Health program at MIT, calls the MEDIK a “medical Erector set.” The kit, designed for doctors trying to treat people in places where electricity and other basic services are unavailable, contains dozens of parts that can be combined into hundreds of devices, including a cauterizing pen powered by a solar cell and a nebulizer (for inhalation therapy) that fits a bike pump.
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Thanks a lot for the post. We’re busy over here trying ramp up production for the interest in the kits through the spinoff that MIT created. If you are interested in beta testing some of the hardware, let us know. jose ldtclabs com