A group of young engineers are racing against time to develop a $650 ventilator for Covid-19 patients.
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The AgVa plant near the capital New Delhi has been given permission to work flat out to make what could be a key weapon when India has to fully confront the pandemic. The makers say the AgVa -- which weighs just 3.5 kilos (7.7 pounds) -- will help move less critical patients back to their homes as their machine is easy to transport and install.
NEW DELHI (AFP): Originally created by a robot scientist and a neurosurgeon to help India's poor, a toaster-sized ventilator is offering hope in the country's fight against the coronavirus pandemic and demand is booming.
The portable machine, which is cheaper and easy to install, can be useful amid shortage of conventional ventilators.
Prior to this role, Sato was the General Manager of Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova (UBM) Cluster in Takeda’s (ICMEA) area