India battles corona with indigenous weapons

Coronavirus gets lethal in India with sharply surging cases. We lack PPEs, masks, testing kits and ventilators. The global catastrophe has also limited the imports


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Coronavirus gets lethal in India with sharply surging cases

We lack PPEs, masks, testing kits and ventilators

The global catastrophe has also limited the imports

Then how to fight the battle without armour?

Indian corporate and scientific geniuses endeavor to find indigenous solutions

Mylabs Discovery Solutions created an indigenous solution to test patients for COVID-19

The kit was able to shorten the test time to 2.5 hours with the PathoDetect as against the prevalent 6-8 hours

This kit does both the screening and confirmation jobs simultaneously.

India is still dependent on China for PPE, masks, eye gear and ventilators and soon the orders will be placed

However, the list of procurement will not include testing kits that have been found faulty by some nations

The indigenous kits will bring relief to the crisis

IIT Hyderabad incubated startup Aerobiosys Innovations has developed a low-cost, portable, emergency-use ventilator called ‘Jeevan Lite,’

This center aims at producing 60 to 70 units of these ventilators each day

DRDO is ready with technologies for sanitizing areas of different sizes.

The Centre for Fire Explosive & Environment Safety (CFEES), Delhi has developed two configurations of sanitising equipment.

These are spinoffs from technologies developed for fire suppression applications.

Neuberg Diagnostics Private Limited, has announced a COVID-19 self-assessment test on its website

One just needs to answer a few questions to assess the dangers and symptoms of Covid-19

Indigenous company Portea has launched A home quarantine solution Called ‘Fit To Fight Corona’

Portea is offering both its direct customers and corporate partners, a 14-day home quarantine management service

This service to enable them to stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic and manage symptoms if any.

There are other Indian companies who are trying to modify their setup to contribute to the corona battle

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Published: 04 Apr 2020, 8:42 PM