An Argentinean car mechanic would have never thought that his simple trick of taking out cork from the bottle using polythene could act as an alternative for baby birth. Jorge Odon took this idea seriously and patented it.
He is now working on it with one his friends and is in early stage of a clinical trial. If the World Health Organization (WHO) approved the idea then Oden's name will be registered in the history. Margaret Chan, who is director general of the WHO, is evaluating Oden's idea, which states that if baby is unable to come out of the birth canal then polythene should be placed on his head.
It will get easier for baby and attendant to take out child, and will not risk the life of baby, which generally gets during such condition. Though there are ways to handle such situations, like forceps and suckers, they also pose threat to baby's life.
The proposed treatment stands a chance to get thumbs up from the WHO and will be highly appreciated among developing countries where there is always dearth of cost-effective measures of treatments. "It's inexpensive, it's ingenious, and it's so simple it can be used by lower level staff", said Chan.
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