Aarogya Maitri Aid Cube: India launches portable hospital in Gurugram
India recently unveiled the Aarogya Maitri Aid Cube, a portable hospital in Gurugram.
Designed indigenously under the Project 'BHISHM', the modular trauma management and aid system is made up of 72 detachable mini-cubes, each being a specialised station for emergency response and humanitarian efforts.
It can handle bullet injuries, burns, head, spinal and chest injuries, minor surgeries, fractures and major bleeding, reported News on Air.
As many as 200 patients could be treated in the system.
These cubes are light and portable, and can be rapidly deployed anywhere, from airdrops to ground transportation, News on Air reported.
Talking to Akashwani News, Air Vice Marshal Tanmay Roy said that the mobile hospital is part of India’s message of health for all and assisting other nations during their times of crises.
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