Kolkata scientist invents pocket ventilator to aide Covid-19 patients

Kolkata: During the crisis of the Corona epidemic, when the country was facing a crisis over ventilators, there was a hue and cry everywhere. Now a Scientist from Kolkata has solved this problem and invented a pocket ventilator. Dr. Ramendra Lal Mukherjee, an engineer by profession and constantly invents such inventions.

Now they have created a battery-powered pocket ventilator that can provide immediate relief to a patient. It works easily and is cheaper, so it can be beneficial if a patient has breathing problems. Dr Mukherjee says that my oxygen level had dropped to 88 in the midst of the corona crisis, when my family wanted to take me to the hospital. I came out of trouble, but then came the idea to help patients in my mind. After recovering, he started working on it and it was ready in 20 days.

According to the information, the device has two units of power and ventilator which is attached to the mask. As soon as you press a button, the ventilator starts working and transports clean air to the patient. According to Mukherjee, if a patient has corona infection, uv filter helps kill viruses and cleans the air.

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