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Bloop / Products and Application


Blood reserves are rarely available in emerging economies. In 2015, 1.2 Million people died of major bleeding during surgery complications.
Bloop is a reusable, affordable ($10) medical device making it possible to instantly and safely ‘re-use’ a patient’s own leaking blood. It works by a simple siphon principle allowing a patient’s blood to flow uphill without pumps. As soon as the blood bag is filled, it will be replaced with an empty one and the first unit of collected – and filtered – blood can now be given back to the patient.
Depending on the infrastructural development of medical facilities, Bloop can be extended to a high-end version.


University of Art Schwäbisch Gmünd

University of Art Schwäbisch Gmünd
Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany

David Wojcik,
University of Art Schwäbisch Gmünd