Impetus donates 1000 pulse oximeters for home isolation

600 out of 1000 patients recovered

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Pulse Oximeters. Photo - healthline.com via internet

Indore-based Impetus Technologies India is strengthening its collaboration with the local administration and medical authorities to fight against Covid-19. With the surge in cases across cities, initiatives have been increased manifold to cater to people’s medical and other requirements. The company has created specialized committees in March 2020 and worked with local bodies to ensure the Covid-19 relief fund is directed to the right local administrations.

Impetus Technologies is a software products and services company focused on creating enterprises through deep data awareness, data integration, and advanced data analytics. Its products and services are designed for real-time data-driven enterprises. The company is headquartered in Los Gatos, California, with international offices in India, Australia and Canada.

The company has distributed over 1000 pulse oximeters to hospitals and medical agencies. The pulse oximeters enable the less critical patients to recover in home isolation, hence freeing up space in hospitals and medical staff for critical patients. According to the press release, out of 1000 patients in home isolation, 600 have already been cured of coronavirus and the rest 400 are under observation. A single pulse oximeter can be used multiple times, ensuring maximum reach to the needy.

Sanjeev Agrawal, vice president – Operations and Human Empowerment, added, “With three dedicated Covid-19 relief committees in NCR, Bengaluru and Indore, the on-ground needs are regularly monitored. Our heart lies at the heart of India, Indore. We are committed to standing strong with the authorities, administration and the nation to ensure a speedy recovery from Covid-19.”

Additionally, Impetus has also distributed N-95 masks, PPE kits, and other essentials to the hospitals. Through this noble and caring initiative, Impetus invested in the well-being of underprivileged families and vulnerable groups. The organization aims to create a better, safer, and healthier tomorrow and is committed to helping the community and the nation.

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