Recent spike in fatalities due to cardiovascular diseases involving celebrities has brought focus on the declining heart health due to sedentary lifestyles. As the world grapples with COVID 19, heart diseases have risen immensely making it essential to focus on heart health amidst the pandemic. There has also been a spate of cases where recovered Covid patients developed heart complications which has even caused fatality in the case of some.
According to the estimates, about 50% of COVID-recovered patients have found themselves with heart conditions. The country already accounts for 60% of the world’s heart disease burden with nearly two to 7.5% of its rural population and one to 13% of urban population suffering from major heart condition-coronary artery disease raising the need for early detection of heart diseases.
Elucidating on the importance of ventilators to save people suffering from cardiovascular diseases, Ashok Patel, Founder, Max Ventilators said, “The popular perception that ventilators are only meant for lung conditions is somewhat misinformed. So, we should use this occasion of World Heart Day to educate and inform people that since the heart and lungs work in unison to keep our bodies healthy and running, ventilators can also serve as a lifesaving device for those with heart conditions.”
“In fact, hospitals in Kolkata have reported in recent times that as much as 15 percent of cardio-vascular admissions have required ventilatory support. So, while we augmented our manufacturing and supplies of ventilators mindful of the need of Covid patients with predominant focus on lung systems, we have also customized these lifesaving devices with an eye on serving patients with cardio-vascular comorbidities. Accordingly, we have come up with non-invasive and invasive ventilator systems all of which can work in wide-ranging modes depending on the need of a patient and the diagnosis of the attending expert, He added on the need to have ample ventilators in the system to treat not only covid patients, but others as well.
Ventilators, as the company max ventilators noted, have played a pivotal role in saving lives from cardio-vascular and heart diseases in addition to being the primary breathing device for patients suffering from COVID19 thus making them one of the most important devices for saving lives.