7 Diagnostic Devices To Boost Healthcare In The Developing World

Published: Aug 22, 2017

The World Health Organization estimates that a quarter of death and disease globally is caused by hazards and environmental burdens in developing countries with little to no access to preventative care and diagnostic devices.

Since developing countries are poor agricultural regions that are still becoming economically and socially advanced, it is harder for doctors to carry around an entire lab for diagnostics.

Several researchers have taken on the challenge and have developed a series of diagnostic devices that are portable and affordable for the most part and don’t use external power sources

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