By: By Lee Hsien-feng and Emerson Lim
This improvised "Aerosol Box," which helps physicians perform endotracheal intubations, was created by Lai Hsien-yung (賴賢勇), an anesthesiologist with Mennonite Christian Hospital in Hualien, Taiwan.
"It all started when my friends in the medical field in China asked me in January to design something to give additional protection to medical workers in facilities that were running out of resources," Lai wrote in Chinese on his Facebook page.
"But now, most of the inquiries I get about the box are coming from my friends in the United States," Lai said. [FULL STORY]