Ventilators in Nepal for Less Than Rs 1 Lakh, Here’s the Prototype!

Ventilators Nepal

13th July 2020, Kathmandu

The National Innovation Center is building a Ventilator in Nepal that could cost less than Rs. 1 Lakh.

Mahabir Pun, Chairman of National Innovation Center, informed through Twitter that the center is making a ventilator in Nepal in collaboration with Stanford University (US).

Here’s the prototype:

Ventilator Prototype

“The prototype of the ventilator is being made at the center”, informs Mahabir Pun.

In fact, if this research is successful, the value of the ventilator will be less than one lakh Rupees.

Mahabir Pun Facebook

Earlier, NIC had made PPE suits and gloves for doctors in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak in Nepal.

The team used Rubberized Taffeta Fabric for making PPE kits which are fully airproof and waterproof.

Read more of that by clicking here.

Likewise, Paaila Technology was also working on the development of low-cost ventilators to overcome the shortage of ventilators in Nepal.

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Role of Technology to Fight The Corona Virus Pandemic

Present and Future of Digital Connectivity in the Context of Nepal

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