Hospital Bed for  Burn Victims


A bed invented for burn victims

Hospital Bed for Burn Victims is a multifunctional device designed for the treatment of people in prolonged intensive care, in particular patients with third and fourth degree burns. The bed’s form is highly adaptable, making it simple for nurses to adjust the patient’s position with minimal pain and risk of infection. For burn patients in particular, the inflexibility of standard hospital beds hinders movement and increases the possibility of harming the skin. Hospital Bed for Burn Victims addresses this problem by providing nurses with a way to control which parts of the body come in contact with the bed — an advance that can cut weeks off the patient’s recovery time.

Marianela Amado

  • Marianela Amado
    National University of Mar del Plata

    Industrial Designer, graduated in 2011 at the National University of Mar del Plata. Partner MyA, product design, since 2012.Teacher of design, career of Industrial Design, Faculty of Urban Planning and Design of the National University of Mar del Plata, since 2013. Coordinator of the online virtual workshop DISUR, network of Latin American design careers, since 2016. Researcher category III, SIN, Design and Communication Group of the Center for Design Studies, since 2017. Project acknowledgments and publications: DISTINCIÓN INNOVAR 2015 Agencia Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad 2016 Agencia iberoamericana para la difusión de la ciencia y la tecnología 2016 GLOBAL GRAD SHOW 2018more

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