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During minimally invasive surgery, there is a need to reduce visual obstructions (e.g., smoke and fog) generated by surgical instruments used to stop bleeding in the abdominal cavity, in order to maintain a clear view, mitigate operating minimally invasive surgerytakes, and reduce operation time.
GHDI has been working with stakeholders for more than eight years to identify and address global health design challenges. Learn more about our history and core values.Learn More →
Since inception, we have worked on projects in maternal health, family planning, minimally invasive surgery, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and more. Explore our past and current projects.Learn More →