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Providing hospital with oxygen detection

At the height of the corona pandemic, many frontline workers and healthcare institutions were struggling with capacity.

To counter this shortage, many temporary emergency hospitals were built around the world.

One of the most dangerous symptoms of Covid-19 is the lung damage it causes. The disease prevents the lungs from absorbing enough oxygen. Treating this symptom brings another risk. An enriched oxygen environment.

To measure the atmosphere and to keep nurses and doctors safe, WatchGas had the honor to provide an emergency hospital with oxygen detection. To keep those fighting the disease and those fighting for their patients’ lives, safe. We are proud that we were able to help this hospital out and support the hardworking health workers, especially during this pandemic.

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