Sprout IV Pole: Neerali Parbhu

Best Awards 2013: Finalist.
Current IV poles lack usability for the primary users (the children), as well as caregivers and staff. Despite being a critical and continual aspect of their hospital care; children have little emotional connection to this product. Due to the poor ergonomic design, children push the IV pole in front of them as they navigate the ward. Consequently, the IV pole first greets those approaching a child, dominating the interaction. The Sprout IV pole is an engaging interpretation that responds directly to the physical and emotional needs of children.

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  2. Whitney

    I love this! As a pediatric nurse who now works as a healthcare interior designer, this fills a HUGE need in our industry! What a great design. Thank you for designing something developmentally appropriate for kids!

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