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Bengaluru tech firm to produce NASA-designed, US FDA-approved ventilators

The firm said it is among a handful of Indian companies licenced by NASA for meeting the worldwide acute shortage of ventilators needed in treating Covid-19 patients

Coronavirus, doctors, hospitals, ventilators, covid
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It is estimated that the domestic ventilator supply-demand gap is at least about 100,000 high-pressure ventilators

Press Trust of India Bengaluru
Bangaluru-based tech company in medical equipment design, CuraSigna, said on Thursday it is going into the production of NASA -designed and FDA-approved multi-functional ventilators named "VITAL (Ventilator Intervention Technology Accessible Locally)."

The firm said in a statement that it is among a handful of Indian companies licenced by NASA for meeting the worldwide acute shortage of ventilators needed in treating Covid-19 patients.
CuraSigna, promoted by Sushil Swabhiman Trust (SST), is in an advanced stage of manufacturing the ventilators first for meeting Indias needs in the Covid-19 situation and then for exports, it said in a statement.
CuraSigna has its manufacturing resources at

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First Published: Jul 23 2020 | 2:57 PM IST

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