The device is designed to enable physicians to intubate a patient while better shielding themselves from any aerosol particles that could be released from the patient’s airway during the procedure. Lai said an acrylic factory created his prototype within just half an hour at the cost of NT$2,000 (US$65.77).
Source: Taiwan News
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