10 June 2021 | News
Huawei has partnered with C-CAMP to accelerate the facilitation of urgent medical supplies to support those most affected
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Centre for Cellular and Molecular Platforms (C-CAMP) has received CSR support from leading ICT solutions provider Huawei to put to use two C-CAMP marquee COVID-19 innovations in the form of non-invasive ventilator devices and state-of-the-art remote vitals monitoring technologies in public health hospitals and facilities in the state of Karnataka.
In response to the massive surge of COVID-19 cases in the second wave, Huawei has partnered with C-CAMP to accelerate the facilitation of urgent medical supplies to support those most affected.
The project has been fulfilled with the guidance from the Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser, Govt. of India
In a bid to further boost existing oxygen capacity, the joint initiative will also facilitate oxygen concentrators to the deployment. 15 HFNC CPAP Oxygen therapy systems, 200 remote monitoring units and 200 concentrators were personally handed over to the Deputy CM of Karnataka, Dr. Ashwath Narayan C.N. by C-CAMP CEO and Director, Dr. Taslimarif Saiyed and Gilbert Nathan, AVP, Huawei India in Bengaluru.
Welcoming this most recent deployment, Deputy CM of Karnataka, Dr. Ashwath Narayan C.N. said “In association with C-CAMP, Huawei India AVP Nathan handed over 200 Oxygen concentrators to the Govt. These will be distributed equally between 40 constituencies. We also launched innovative solutions, developed by C-CAMP to tackle the COVID-19.”
As a part of this support the following three lifesaving technologies will be provided to the public health facilities across the State -