To Support the local community and actively participate in the donation activities of the Red Cross Society of Hunan Province
Micomme set foot in Hunan and went to the world. During the development of the enterprise, it received the care of leaders and experts at all levels. To further help the medical institutions of Hunan Province to fight against the COVID-19, Micomme decided to cooperate with the Hunan Provincial Hospitals through the cooperation of the Hunan Red Cross Society. A total of 80 medical non-invasive ventilators and high-flow nasal oxygen therapy treatment devices treatments were donated, with a market value of 6.2 million yuan. This batch of medical equipment is about to fight against COVID-19, helping Hunan Province win the final victory against COVID-19. The second batch of medical equipment went to Wuhan on March 10, 2020 at 3:00 in the morning. The transportation vehicle of Micomme went directly to Wuhan with 101 respiratory treatment devices. These 101 devices included 90 high-flow nasal cannula oxygen therapy treatment devices and 11 non-invasive ventilator. The car arrived at Wuhan huoshenshan Hospital at 8 am.
Chinese ventilator manufacturers are ramping up production to expand supply to other countries as demands from abroad surge in the time of COVID-19 pandemic.
Ventilator, a breathe-assisting device, is currently the most needed alongside medical masks, protective suits and goggles amid global pandemic control efforts.
About 880,000 ventilators are in demand globally amid the pandemic, with the United States in need of 75,000 ventilators, while France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Britain are together short of 74,000, according to GlobalData, a data and analytics company. Chinese ventilator manufacturers now are working round the clock to provide support to other countries in urgent need of ventilators while ensuring domestic supply.
Micomme, a respiratory medical equipment manufacturer in Changsha, said it has received orders from about 52 countries and regions and has delivered more than 1,000 invasive ventilators.Its working schedule for the signed commercial orders have been arranged to late summer. This is the same for all other companies.
Micomme said it has sent 30 ventilators to Italy through chartered planes from Changsha on March 21. Up to now, it has sent two batches of 80 ventilators in emergency aid to Italy. It has also transported 250 ventilators to Serbia.
Post time: Jul-20-2020