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This Invention Looks Like A Sleeping Bag But It Is An Unbelievable Lifesaver!

This Invention Looks Like A Sleeping Bag But It Is An Unbelievable Lifesaver!
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Generally, incubators are used for regulating the body temperature of newborns in the most critical phase of their early life. Incubators are heavily priced and are therefore not affordable by the poor people in the developing world.

In developing countries, many women lose their babies right at the time of their birth. This simple device which looks like a sleeping bag actually functions just like an incubator. It has saved the life of nearly 150,000 babies.

Read for more information about this amazing lifesaver.

Images via Embrace Innovations 

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This small bag has proved to be a blessing to the women in villages of South India. 

This small bag has proved to be a blessing to the women in villages of South India. 

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It can provide new life to the underweight and weak newborns.

It can provide new life to the underweight and weak
newborns.

An underweight baby is unable to survive even in the room temperature. 

An underweight baby is unable to survive even in the room temperature. 

Incubators require continuous power and specialized training which is not available in the rural area of developing countries. 

Incubators require continuous power and specialized training
which is not available in the rural area of developing countries. 

So, doctors have substituted the heavily priced incubators with these lifesaving bags in the villages. 

So, doctors have substituted the heavily priced incubators
with these lifesaving bags in the villages. 

This sleeping bag is known as 'Embrace Infant Warmer.' 

This sleeping bag is known as ‘Embrace Infant Warmer.’ 
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It has saved the life of 150,000 babies in 10 developing countries.

It has saved the life of 150,000 babies in 10 developing
countries.

This infant warmer provides the same results as an incubator at lower cost. 

This infant warmer provides the same results as an incubator at
lower cost. 
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Incubators can cost up to $20,000 while the Embrace infant warmer cost only 1% of the incubator.

Incubators can cost up to $20,000 while the Embrace infant warmer cost only 1% of the incubator.
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Jane Chen, CEO and co-founder of Embrace innovations explained, "We've been at it for eight years and have now helped approximately 150,000 babies across 10 countries. The goal is to help 1 million babies, but like with a lot of projects, funding is an issue. That's one of the reasons behind us launching Little Lotus. Many people have come up to me and said, 'if I saw a baby in need I would do anything to help that child, especially after I became a mother.' If you buy any product from Little Lotus, an Embrace infant warmer will be sent to a needy baby in the developing countries.

Watch the video to know more about these superb infant warmers. 

Share the information about this wonderful lifesaver with your near and dear ones. 

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