The Indian Space Research Organisation has developed three types of ventilators, and has come forward to transfer the technology to industry for clinical usage as the country battles the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic.
The matter came to light after Bolangir MP’s representative Dinesh Sharma visited the General ICU ward of the hospital to meet a critical patient. He found as many as 10 ventilators being left unused and covered with clothes.
Bhubaneswar: You are probably mistaken if you think only scientists, tech-giants and leading industries in the country are aiding the fight against the Covid pandemic. A group of students from IIIT Bhubaneswar have reportedly developed low-cost ventilators to deal with patients having respiratory disorders and those experiencing shortness of breath. Ananya Aprameya from Bhanjanagar in […]
Mandi: The Indian Institute of Technology Mandi (IIT Mandi) on Thursday said its researchers have developed two low-cost portable ventilators. The developed prototypes are easy to use and can be taken to remote locations in case of a medical emergency. Priced at around Rs 4,000, the smart ventilator prototype is a mechanised Artificial Manual Breathing […]
Ahmedabad: As the world is facing shortage of medical equipment to fight the coronavirus, a Rajkot-based company has developed low cost ventilators in just 10 days and will deliver 1,000 of these machines to the Gujarat government-run hospitals in next few days. The ventilator, developed by a private company, was tested at a medical lab […]