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The reality of designing appropriate `low cost' medical products for developing countries and their unintended consequences

The reality of designing appropriate `low cost' medical products for developing countries and their unintended consequences

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Inspec keywords: product design; product development; health and safety; medical supplies; biomedical equipment; ethical aspects

Subjects: Health and safety aspects; Design; Social and political issues; Medical equipment and supplies industry; Medical physics and biomedical engineering; Biomedical engineering; Products and commodities

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