The ongoing novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic is threatening the global human population, including in countries with resource-limited health facilities. Severe bilateral pneumonia is the main feature of severe COVID-19, and adequate ventilatory support is crucial for patient survival. Although our knowledge of the disease is still rapidly increasing, this review summarizes current guidance on the best provision of ventilatory support, with a focus on resource-limited settings. Key messages include that supplemental oxygen is a first essential step for the treatment of severe COVID-19 patients with hypoxemia and should be a primary focus in resource-limited settings where capacity for invasive ventilation is limited. As India battles the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, the surge of new infections has resulted in an alarming increase in the number of active cases. The resultant stress on the public health infrastructure has led to a big spike in demand for oxygen concentrators.
Nayonika Eye Care Charitable Trust synergizing the Government Supreme efforts complemented with support of 200 Oxygen Concentrators Across Karnataka state from Kodagu, Bangalore, Bellary, Belgaum, Belgaum till north of Bidar.
Bidar Health centre, Bidar City
- Oxygen Concentratos across state of Karnataka :