It’s not your choice that you or your kids have health issues. As parents, everyone’s desire is to keep their children out of health problems. But sadly due to unavoidable reasons, kids tend to end in the hospital.

Not like adults, children tend to get scared seeing the medical equipment around them. The IV bag is one such equipment children fear. To this problem, little Ella Casano of 12 years had come up with a solution. The solution seems to make young patients happy cause they love teddies. Scroll down to know what Ella’s solution is.

More info: Medi Teddy | medi-teddy.org | gofundme.com

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Little Ella who personally suffers from Idiopathic Thrombocytopenia Purpura disease knows how it feels when a lot of medical equipment is to be seen around. ITP is a disease that’s related to platelet count.  Due to the disease, she has no chance of running around and playing like other kids. But that has no effect on her creativity level and you can see how creative she is.

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As she knows the feeling she had come up with this idea to create a teddy bear that could hide and hold the IV bag. This teddy is known as Medi Teddy. After Medi Teddy was created even the staff at the hospital had been surprised and had motivated Ella and her mom to make them. With the help of donations, they had made many Medi Teddies and distributed them to young patients who are in need of them.

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This rough sketch is the first sketch done by Ella’s mom according to Ella’s instructions. After completing the drawing they had sent it to the manufacturers and had started making Medi Teddies who now bring smiles to little patients.

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Isn’t this creation amazing? Share with us through comments what you think of Ella’s creation.

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