Repair Gaza: Help repair and rebuild the lives and work of our Glia team.
To support Gaza's recovery, we're raising funds for our Gaza staff to rebuild their lives post-war. We also aim to purchase solar panels, 3D printing supplies, and building materials, and hire staff for the reconstruction of our Gaza office.Donate Now on LaunchGood.com
Up to 50% of medical students at Uganda's Makerere University cannot afford a Stethoscope. Help us send stethoscopes to the future healers in Uganda for a healthier and more equitable tomorrow!Send a Stethoscope Now
Glia's Ukraine Response
Since March 2022, together with our collaborators and partners, we have sent approximately 850 tourniquets to Ukraine with plans to send thousands more.Learn More About Our Response...
Discover Glia, global innovator of high-quality medical equipment.
Our core values are centered by an open source philosophy, where sharing and collaboration create an unwavering principle - quality healthcare should be accessible to all. This principle drives us to publicly document our products, processes, and research, which guarantees that everyone, even in resource-challenged areas, is able to benefit from and reproduce our innovations.
Through tireless research and meticulous development, we've harnessed the power of innovation to address complex medical challenges. Our launched products proclaim our commitment to excellence and equality while providing healthcare professionals with cost-effective tools to elevate patient care in under-resourced regions. Explore our portfolio and witness the future of healthcare, where innovation creates equitable healthcare access and redefines life-changing possibilities.
Peer-reviewed research shows that our open source stethoscope operates equally to a Littmann Cardiology III at a fraction of the price.
Our open source otoscope is an affordable, repairable diagnostic tool that increases hearing care for both clinicians and patients.
Our tourniquet is an essential life-saver for trauma patients and can be manufactured anywhere in the world by using a 3D printer and sewing machine.
Hemodialysis patients experiencing a fistula bleed can avoid a medical emergency by “capping” their bleed with our Kidney-CAP, giving them time to call medical response services.
At Glia, we're dedicated to equitable healthcare access through continuous exploration and innovation. Our ongoing commitment to R&D drives new product creation aligned with this vision. The following products are in various development stages as we support healthcare accessibility. Collaborative contributions, whether through direct involvement or donations, can profoundly impact these initiatives. Join us in this transformative journey by contacting us today.
This device helps to remove excess water, solutes, and toxins from the blood of patients with kidney problems. The Glia team began researching this device in 2019 requiring additional funding to complete.
This device measures an individual’s oxygen saturation. The open source pulse oximeter is anticipating clinical trial resumption in 2023.
This device records the electrical activity of the heart. The first prototype of our open source electrocardiogram (ECG) has been under development since 2016 and is nearing completion.
Online Shop - Experience the Power of Purposeful Innovation at Glia!
When you shop at our Online Shop, you're not just getting high-quality and affordable products – you're fueling our mission to revolutionize the medical community with open-source technology. Every product we create is meticulously designed and manufactured in a lab which holds a Health Canada Medical Device Establishment License (MDEL) and all product processes are documented on the Glia GitHub. Join us in making a difference with every purchase!