A stowable way to give women privacy during care in confined areas of the ob/gyn wards
There is a need for a method to replace the need of women having to walk from bed to bed during the transition from first to second stage of active labor
There is a need for a way for mothers to give birth in the squatting position while still allowing medical attendance adequate access.
There is a need for a method to routinely check the dilation of a woman’s cervix in order to notify her when to go to the delivery bed during the childbirth process.
There is a need to keep patients warm during obstetric surgery.
There is a need for a device that can quietly and reliably clear the open body cavity of excessive blood.
There is a need to more accurately estimate the weight of the baby while it is in the mother’s uterus.
There is a need for a way that allows health care providers to easily and clearly examine the cervix, vagina, and uterus in situations where there is a large amount of blood present.
There is a need to inexpensively and accurately screen expectant mothers and their infants for diseases and conditions harmful to mothers during childbirth.