Pioneer Medical Research Foundation‘s Project Palav implements a simple cost effective breathing support system that provides breathing support to newborns and saves lives.
In 1990, the World Health Organization Millennium Development Goals were established to improve healthcare outcomes. Today, however, there still remains a high rate of neonatal mortality in rural regions of developing countries (30/1000 live births). A significant number of neonates require expensive emergency postpartum care that cannot be facilitated by ill-equipped facilities and inexperienced health care providers. Often transport systems to advanced are unorganized, unsafe, and do not provide critical en-route care. Over 75% of neonates transported in this manner are hypothermic, cyanotic, hypoglycemic, and thus vulnerable to severe clinical complications.
Thus, parents are left with financial burden and a potential recovery depending on resources or the future of their child in the hands of fate rather than science....
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