The Pakistan Engineers Council’s (PEC) Center for Innovation and Testing (I & TC) has submitted a locally developed ventilator prototype called the AVB-100, which is equipped with all the functions available in the import function.
The innovation center will analyze the prototype over a period of two weeks using a clinical study conducted with a ventilator. According to testers, the official statement said,
“The device will be submitted to the Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan (Drap) for approval as a registered medical device suitable for use in Pakistan.”
Jail. Tariq Javed, head of the PEC testing center, together with his team of engineers, visited the research and development center where prototype ventilator were designed and developed in conjunction with software development.
You have been informed about the properties of the medical device and the entire design and development process. The team also visited a ventilator-making facility at their factory in the Karachi SITE area. After visiting the facility and production process, the team inquired about the group’s capacity.
Abdul Rehman Alana, chairman of the Alsons Group, a leading precision engineering company that develops ventilator, said, “Imported ventilator cost between 4.5 million and 6 million PKR due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but the local ventilator we have developed will do around 1.5 million. million PKR will be available on the market. “
He added, “This ventilator has all the features and reliability similar to the imported devices offered to patients.”