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There are 34% pregnant women in developing countries who cannot receive proper medical care. The life of the puerperae with massive haemorrhage would be threatened within 2 hours if left attended.
Mis-judgement can be resulted from the lack of related knowledge and experience in the nursing staff within 2 hours after delivery, which may result in death from excessive hemorrhage without timely treatment.

This is the blood flow monitoring napkin for massive haemorrhage among puerperae in impoverished areas. Changes in the shape and color of the exclamation mark suggest the blood flow of puerperae so as to provide timely care and treatment.


China Academy of Art

China Academy of Art
Hangzhou, China

Junyi Zhou,
Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art

Xuan Chen,
Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art

Xiaofan Liu,
Xiangshan Campus, China Academy of Art