- Tram Ho
BKAV CEO Nguyen Tu Quang has recently released photos and more detailed information about the ventilator manufactured by the company, two months after it was first announced.
In addition to the ventilator based on the design of Medtronic (USA), BKAV today introduced the BAC385 ventilator. It is known that this is a product designed by BKAV in collaboration with doctors from the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases. BAC385 ventilator is not only used for treating COVID-19, but also for other acute respiratory diseases.
Breathing apparatus is manufactured by BKAV based on the design of Medtronic (USA)
With the effectiveness in the prevention of COVID-19 epidemic in Vietnam, Mr. Quang realized that our country “really possesses the” secret “to treat patients with severe COVID-19” , and affirmed “many countries There have been mistakes in the use of ventilators. ”
BAC385 ventilator designed by BKAV with doctors from the National Hospital of Tropical Diseases
Therefore, in the near future, Mr. Quang said that BKAV “will organize an international event for doctors to share this” secret “to countries around the world that are currently having COVID-19 epidemic. More specifically, BKAV will “be ready to produce non-profit ventilators for anti-epidemic purposes”
In the near future, we will hold an international event for doctors to share this “secret” for countries around the world that are currently experiencing COVID19, as well as ready to manufacture non-profit ventilators for the purpose. anti-epidemic. Vietnam can participate in reducing the level of damage in the world.
Earlier, Vingroup also announced the manufacture of “Made in Vietnam” ventilators. The type of ventilator Vingroup manufactures is the PB560 based on Medtronics’ design, with components costing around VND 160 million / unit. Along with that, Vingroup will also produce non-invasive ventilators (component price of about 22 million VND / unit) and body temperature meter (about 16 million VND / unit). Vingroup will give the Ministry of Health 5,000 non-invasive breathers for timely anti-epidemic service.
Source : Genk