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How Embrace infant warmers are saving lives in developing nations

As previously reported on Scope, a group of Stanford graduate students recently developed an inexpensive, portable incubator to keep premature babies warm and well in low-resource countries. The above video, posted on CNN today, takes a look at how the devices are helping reduce infant mortality rates in an Indian state where more than three in ten babies are born premature or with dangerously low birth weights.

Previously: A low-cost way to keep premature babies warm and well, Anti-overkill: Low-cost, life-saving medical inventions and Reducing infant mortality rates in developing countries

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