Congo Doctor's Frustration Sparks Groundbreaking Ebola Innovation

A Congolese clinician's frustration at being unable to give Ebola patients the quality of care they deserved has led to a ground-breaking innovation which revolutionises the treatment of patients with highly infectious diseases in areas with few resources.


The CUBE has revolutionised the treatment of patients for highly infectious diseases, such as Ebola patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo.


Medical staff can enter to conduct examinations wearing protective gear when necessary, but more frequently handle patients using glove-like sleeves built into the sides of the CUBE.

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