A non-invasive ventilator made by lecturer Văn Sỹ Nghị is placed at the healthcare room of Phú Yên Vocational College for use as well as a teaching tool. — VNA/VNS Photo Xuân Triệu PHÚ YÊN — The COVD-19 pandemic has sparked the imaginations of thousands in their efforts to fight the disease, and a Vietnamese academic is the latest example of impressive creativity. A lecturer in Phú Yên Vocational College in the central province of Phú Yên used his engineering knowledge to make non-invasive ventilators to treat breathing difficulties. The 45-year-old Văn Sỹ Nghi said he and his colleagues spent a month studying and completing the ventilator. Sỹ said they were improving their work to make invasive ventilators that can be used to treat COVID-19 patients. “During the COVID-19 pandemic, health care centres face a shortage of ventilators and staff to take care of patients, which made me think of making a ventilator myself,” Sỹ said. Non-invasive ventilation offers breathing support via a face mask, nasal mask, or a helmet, with a mask tightly fitted to the face or around the head, without the need for a tube through the mouth into the windpipe. Sỹ decribed his invention as a small machine weighing… Read full this story
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