Air India flight leaves US for India with 318 oxygen concentraters
Air India flight leaves US for India with 318 oxygen concentraters

New Delhi: 318 oxygen concentrators (Oxygen Concentrator) have left the US for India on an Air India flight amid the ever-deteriorating conditions caused by corona infection in the country.  Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has informed about this. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri tweeted that this is an attempt by the civil aviation sector to save everyone's precious lives and further strengthen India's war against the corona epidemic.

It may be noted that oxygen concentrators are oxygen-producing machines from normal air, which is no less than a Sanjivani for corona patients. Oxygen concentrator is a big option for patients with home isolation. It is mainly produced by two big companies in the country BPL and Philips. These oxygen concentrators are very different from oxygen cylinders.

The cost of a medical oxygen concentrator is about Rs. 30,000 to Rs. 60,000. Some even cost 3 to 5 thousand of a very small portable machine. It runs by power or battery. It is a cheaper, safer, and convenient option than oxygen cylinders and refilling. Concentrators do not create new molecules of oxygen, but separate nitrogen from normal air to save oxygen.

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