Usefulness Trumps Cool in Medical Design Innovation

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UdyRegan   8/6/2018 5:13:32 AM

If the matter is of a life and death kind of nature, I think that the equipment can look dingy and gross for all that I care, as long as it isn't actually, and it actually works! What really is going to be crucial when it comes to things of this nature, is how they will actually make a difference to the people that they are treating right? If it's functional and helps to save lives, I really don't think that aesthetics should play a part in its design at all!

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