Dawlance Donates ‘Made In Pakistan’ Incubation Chambers To Hospitals For Fighting Pandemic

Dawlance has begun donating incubation chambers to major hospitals all over Pakistan, to strengthen Pakistan’s efforts in the fight against the global COVID-19 pandemic.

By News Desk

Last month, Dawlance had also donated a large number of Refrigerators, Air Conditioners and other appliances to better equip numerous hospitals. These Incubation-Chambers have been specially designed and produced by Dawlance, to protect and support the doctors and paramedics who are at the frontline, for saving lives from this virus.

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With these chambers installed at the hospitals, the doctors can minimize their exposure while testing the potential carriers & patients of corona-virus. This safety equipment will reduce the possibility of spreading infections.

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As part of its broader humanitarian initiatives, Dawlance has provided these chambers to medical institutions that include; The Indus Hospital, Civil Hospital, Sindh Institute of Urology & Transplant, Dow University, Liaquat National Hospital, and Jinnah PMC in Karachi, along with; DHQ hospital Gujranwala, Tehsil Level Hospital (TLH) Lalamusa and TLH Kharian, while the Deputy Commissioner Hyderabad was also granted 3 Incubation-Chambers.

The Director Sales and Marketing of Dawlance – Syed Hasan Jameel stated that; “We distributed these chambers, as per the needs of the healthcare institutions. Realizing the need of the hour, Dawlance is committed to reduce the socio-economic impact of this public-health threat.

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Theseincubation chambers can be used in Laboratories, blood-centers and corona-wards, to protect Pakistan’s healthcare workers, helping them to perform better and save more lives, by providing better care and a comfortable environment to the patients.”

Originally published at Daily times

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