The lightbulbs that help save lives are usually discarded when people are admitted to hospitals.
However, it can be difficult to tell which items are real and which are just for show.
A new device from the company Lightbulbs is aiming to help.
It’s called the Portable Lampshade Material, and it can also be used as a makeshift life-support system, providing light to a person who is in critical condition.
The company, Lightbulb, said the new lampshades are the first in a range of new products from the Australian company.
The lampshaded material can be used in hospitals, nursing homes and emergency departments, and has already been used in an incident at the University of Sydney.
The Lampshades can also provide the energy to power a generator.
The company said it has received interest from healthcare facilities across Australia, including Melbourne, Melbourne’s north-west and Brisbane.
“Lightbulbs uses advanced LED technology to create a light that is bright enough to illuminate the patient’s vital signs without damaging the lampshading material,” the company said in a statement.
“It is also designed to be light and portable, and easy to use.”
The Lamp Shade is also available in several other sizes and is available in two colours, light green and blue.