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- With The Help Of The Doctor Couple’s Technology And A Retired Scientist, The Industrialist Of Indore Made A Domestic Ventilator For Half The Price.
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Indore2 hours agoAuthor: Sanjay Gupta
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Its weight is only two kilos, so that it can be carried anywhere.
- Prepared for 50 thousand with 10 months of hard work, the Union Health Ministry approved
- At the end of the cylinder, will take oxygen from the atmosphere to the patient
In view of the problem of ventilators coming to the critical patients of Corona, an industrialist of the city has made a home ventilator for half the price. This has been done with the help of the doctor couple who returned from abroad and the retired scientist of CAT. His ventilator has been approved by the Union Ministry of Health. Sanjay Patwardhan, director of Sai Prasad Udyog at Pologround, said that a non-invasive type ventilator is ready in 10 months.
Its price is around 50 thousand, while foreign ventilators are available for one and a half lakh. It also supports low oxygen flow. After exhausting the oxygen in the cylinder, it will be able to give oxygen to the patient for three to four hours. If the patient has to shift somewhere or if the patient becomes serious in small places and the infection is 50-60 percent, then in such a situation it can save lives. It weighs two kilos, making it easy to carry anywhere.
Made according to European standards
Patwardhan explains that Dr. SK Bhandari and his wife Dr. Purnima had their technique. Kat’s retired scientist Anil Thipsay helped. To get the necessary license for medical equipment, to make the parts according to the standard of Europe, call the parts from America, Mumbai etc. Testing, registration etc. also took a lot of time.
This is why ventilators are needed
The ventilator is used when the patient is unable to breathe on his own. There are two types of ventilators. First – Inductive, in which the pipeline goes to the langs. Second – non-verbal, in which the pipeline goes to the nose. The patient’s langs move.