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    things such as doctor's gloves that change colour when they rip, or plasters that adhere to the wearer's skin tone etc
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    pleaaaaaaaaasssssssssseeeeeeeeee help!!
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    The tourniquet is pretty good at reducing blood loss after serious laceration or amputation. Its been used widely in battlefield's. Further more superglue was invented during the Vietnam war to quickly seal bullet wounds without bandages.
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    (Original post by Jonsmith98)
    The tourniquet is pretty good at reducing blood loss after serious laceration or amputation. Its been used widely in battlefield's. Further more super was invented during the Vietnam war to quickly seal bullet wounds without bandages.
    thank you very much but I was thinking more along the lines of things that you could invent yourself (don't necessarily have to know the science behind it)
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    thank you very much but I was thinking more along the lines of things that you could invent yourself (don't necessarily have to know the science behind it)
    And if someone had an idea like that, surely they would use it themselves. Why do you want one anyway?
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    (Original post by helpingbuddyxo)
    thank you very much but I was thinking more along the lines of things that you could invent yourself (don't necessarily have to know the science behind it)
    If a tourniquet is too sciency then I'm afraid this might not be the area for you!

    My contribution is: any kind of medical computer system that works well. Like, anything. Anything at all.
 
 
 
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