DRAP okays another Pak ventilator

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Observer Report
Islamabad

The Drug Regulatory Authority of Pakistan has approved another locally-developed intensive care unit ventilator, sources said on Wednesday.

The National Engineering and Scientific Commission developed the ventilator named Pakvent-1, the sources in the health ministry said.

The DRAP registered the life-support machine. Confirming the news, the drug regulator’s Chief Executive Officer Dr Asim Rauf said the ventilator having a lifespan of ten years has been registered for a five-year period.

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