Ventilator standards: India needs to develop ventilator standards, Health News, ET HealthWorld

2021-11-29 02:48:51 By : Ms. Lin Annabel

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During the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the role of ventilators was magnified several times. At that time, it was widely predicted that there would be a shortage of life-saving equipment in the country, which was also due to a reduction in foreign supplies. In just a few months, the production of ventilators has increased significantly.

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