An Argentina car mechanic Jorge Odón, was inspired by a YouTube video demonstrating the removal of a sunken bottle cork to invent a new birthing device that’s been ardently been endorsed by doctors, donors, and the World Health Organization (WHO).
Dubbed the Odón Device, the device is designed to save babies who are trapped in the birth canal. That unsteady situation can be a danger for infant and mother.
Until now the techniques to mitigate the problem more so in poor countries was lacking,in fact, such methods like using forceps and suction cups can have lethal ramification of their own.
As The New York Times says in detail, the Device might very well be affordable, simple to make use of as an alternative: the WHO is now administrating the tests of the device, which an American technology giant hopes to start to built-up in the near future.