CORONAVIRUS/Taiwanese doctor creates cheap protective device amid virus crisis
Taipei, March 22 (CNA) The design of a simple protective device for use when intubating patients is now being shared for free by a Taiwanese doctor to help health care providers overcome supply shortages created by the new coronavirus pandemic.
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