This LED Phototherapy machine cheaply treats pathological jaundice in newborns. The machine is designed and produced in Vietnam and has no disposable parts. LED lights last 5+ years and are very intense and overall cost($1000USD) is a fraction of Western models. Currently, these LED phototherapy units are in use in more than 200 hospitals in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and East Timor, in every level of care from national hospitals to district level facilities, treating more than 5,000 newborns every year.
As of August 2011, BOL In Vietnam, BOL distributed 150 neonatal machines to 62 hospitals. More than 90 medical staff received training in basic newborn care. In Cambodia, the program delivered 44 neonatal machines to 6 hospitals and 56 medical staff received training in basic newborn care. (The machines are CPAP, Bililight and warmer)
There are some amazing photos of the Breath of Life sites that were [published in the magazine, NEED.] (http://www.yanseiler.com/VietnamHospitals/)
A video is [available here] (http://www.eastmeetswest.org/Page.aspx?pid=465).