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A.M.A.S / Infant Asthma Spacer

A.M.A.S
A.M.A.S

There are young asthma patients all over the world.
Young asthmatic patients use spacers when it is difficult to deliver drugs to their airway when using conventional MDI asthma inhalers.

Spacer helps young patients use MDI, but it is also true that young patients feel rejected.
AMAS is designed as a baby bottle that children can relax. Unlike conventional spacers, cute animal-shaped masks were designed for children.
AMAS will not only help children not feel rejected by spacers, but also help children who use them to get out of other people's eyes.

University

DAEJIN UNIVERSITY

DAEJIN UNIVERSITY
Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

JONG WON NA,
DAEJIN UNIVERSITY