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Mosquito Repellent / Mosquito Repellent Patch for Malaria

Mosquito Repellent

Mosquito Repellent Patch (for Malaria) is a portable mosquito repellent patch designed for children aged 0-5. In the form of a band-aid, the mosquito-repellent herb is transferred into it, so as to prevent the child's physical activity and protect the child from the cause. Mosquito bites and contract malaria.About 600,000 people die from malaria in Africa, and most of the deaths occur in African children, where one child dies from malaria every minute. Malaria is rampant in Africa, and newborns can't escape
as long as they have it. When a baby stops breathing, a man in a white
coat walks in and takes him out.

University

Wuhan University Of Technology

Wuhan University Of Technology
Wuhan, China

Jianxiong He,
Wuhan University Of Technology

Ming Sun,
Northeastern University