Bengaluru airport installs emergency oxygen generators


PTI, Jun 28, 2022, 3:15 PM IST

Bengaluru: The Kempegowda International airport has installed emergency oxygen generators developed by a Tamil Nadu-based startup.

The timely availability of emergency oxygen at the departure and arrival areas could help those experiencing heart attacks, breathlessness, or even fainting,” it said in a statement.

This ‘easy to use’ patented product provides 99.7 per cent pure medical grade oxygen for up to 40 minutes, offering sufficient support until the affected person reaches the hospital, the airport said.

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