Round-the-clock power critical for healthcare

January 8, 2019
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Access to an uninterrupted power supply has long been a major concern in rural India, according to an article on the India Times website.

In the case of the healthcare industry, inefficient access to electricity can mark the difference between life and death. 

Plus, healthcare has emerged as one of the nation’s largest sectors — in terms of revenue as well as employment generation. 

Whether it is the use of radiant warmers in newborn care, cold chains for storing fragile drugs and vaccines, proper power supplies in the ICU during critical surgeries or night-time deliveries, electricity is the invisible lifesaver in every case. 

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