News Item: The Biggest Baby Incubator In The World
(Category: African Space Research Program)
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Thursday 28 February 2019 - 11:57:38


 THE BIGGEST & MOST ADVANCED BABY INCUBATOR IN THE WORLD UNDER MAKING
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Every after a month, I give you updates regarding the biggest baby incubator in the World that is being manufactured in Ntinda, Uganda.We are not assembling this machine; we are manufacturing this equipment. The biggest and most advanced baby incubator in the world is genuinely born in Uganda with no foreign man power or technology involved, we do everything on our own. just like the first incubator we manufactured and Ministry of Health deployed in Mukono. (The one with a baby inside)Currently we are working on smoothing this incubator’s skin, that grey is not a paint, it is a smoothing procedure prior to paint. 

Our next steps will be executed in the order below:

1. We are to add 5 more auxiliary baby chambers to this machine making a total of 10 chambers

2. Wiring will be next and installation of 1032 sensors and 6.8kilometers of wire onboard. Tiny wires.

3. Then programming, we will trainee this machine how to be a qualified pediatric doctor in order to best advice midwifes in the absence of a doctor. If it is confused about a condition, it will communicate on the pediatric network in U.S for advice. Nevertheless it can take decisions and actions to save a baby, in case of an emergency in the absence of a medical personnel.

4. Still under programming, this machine can take basic decisions like setting oxygen, temperature basing on baby’s condition or weight.Also pictures of the first baby we saved that had looked straight into the eyes of death using our first made incubator are included with this post, she was named miracle because her mother never thought she would survive.
 
THE FIRST INCUBATOR WE BUILT THAT HAS SAVED 244 BABIES AS OF TODAY
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OUR FIRST BABY WE SAVED
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