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Oxygen factory at Lunda Sul general hospital comes into operation

The Lunda Sul general hospital has, since last Saturday, February 4, an oxygen factory.


According to a note from the government of Lunda Sul, to which VerAngola had access, the factory is installed in the general hospital of that province, being able to "produce 57.9 liters per second and 15 bottles per day, in a first phase, the oxygen is channeled in all dependencies of the hospital unit, highlighting the operating theaters and intensive care rooms".

On the occasion, the provincial director of Health, Viegas de Almeida, said that this provision by the Government was commendable, since the "advantage is enormous, as it will be able to meet local and regional needs".

Cited in the note, the official also advanced that with the start-up of the factory, "the costs are minimized and the inconveniences once experienced for the acquisition of oxygen that was made in the provinces of Luanda and Malanje, are outdated, which is significantly satisfying" .

Furthermore, he also said that the factory, which is fully equipped with state-of-the-art material, will operate 24 hours a day. "The factory, fully equipped with state-of-the-art material, will operate 24 hours a day," he said, quoted in the statement.

The unit was inaugurated by the governor of Lunda Sul, Daniel Neto, as part of the celebrations of the 62nd anniversary of the beginning of the armed struggle for national liberation and, adds the note, during the ceremony, the governor visited all the factory premises, interacting with with hospital professionals.

According to Angop, like the factory unit, the pediatric hospital in Lunda Sul also now has a clinical analysis laboratory, with both infrastructures included in the Integrated Program for Intervention of Municipalities (PIIM) and budgeted at 200 and 400 million kwanzas, respectively.

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