Oxygen is critically required to treat patients affected with COVID, many of whom require hospitalization due to fluctuating oxygen levels. However, there is a severe shortage of oxygen availability across hospitals in India. Oxygen concentrators are alternate devices to oxygen cylinders – while cylinders contain a finite amount of oxygen supply, a concentrator recycles oxygen from the air and delivers it to the patient. They can be used to manage patient requirements without looking for external sources of oxygen.
India is waking up to the fact that there is not enough supply of oxygen to the patients who actually need it. Hospitals are not able to take any new admissions. People are waiting outside the hospitals desperately waiting for some support. There have been many deaths outside the hospitals, waiting for oxygen. Though there have been many NGOs, organizations, and the Government trying their best to procure and provide the oxygen to the neediest, there is still a shortage.
|Each high flow oxygen concentrator costs ₹ 85,000|
|Each low flow oxygen concentrator costs ₹ 45,000|
Oxygen is the need of the hour
The organization started its work in 2010 to support needy/Poor children in term of education, Medical and old aged. After two years The organization has registered on 22nd May, 2012 under Society Act 1860 and also it has registered under Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 on 30th October, 2012 at Sindhudurga – Maharashtra.