In Gujarat, less than 1 lakh ventilators have been manufactured

Ventilator patient successfully tested at Corona Covid Hospital, Ahmedabad Civil Hospital

Rajkot’s proudest achievement, the company will get 1 thousand ventilators free of cost to the state government

Ahmedabad, 5 April 2020

Gujarat Chief Minister Jyoti CNC’s Parakramasinh Jadeja, in just 10 days, inspected the success of the ventilator ‘Dhaman-1’ at Corona Covid Hospital, Ahmedabad Civil Hospital complex. The ventilator was successfully tested on a patient at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital on April 4, 2020, with successful results.

While there is no shortage of ventilators, protection kits, N-95 masks, etc., Gujarat has achieved a new achievement in public health care. Protecting the world from the global pandemic of Corona has sparked a new direction with this cheap ventilator product.

Rajkot in Saurashtra is the hub of small scale units. Many of Rajkot’s small businesses make spare parts for large businesses in the country and abroad. Rajkot-based companies, especially those used in rail, defense and NASA, are building companies.

Ventilators are extremely important in treating coronary disease. Planning has been undertaken to utilize ventilators of private hospitals in the state, but is available at Rs.6 lakh.

Jyoti CNC will provide the first 1 thousand ventilator machines of this blow-1 ventilator to the state government free of cost. There will be 10 ventilators per day.

The company’s Rajendra Parmar has been prepared by 150 engineers. It has been prepared by acquiring various parts from 26 companies. Coronary patients have special needs for pressure-controlled ventilators. From now onwards, a hierarchy will be created in the form of blower and blower 3.