Oxymat delivers medical oxygen to Ukraine as shortages persist


As the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to escalate, Danish on-site gas generation company Oxymat is answering the call issued by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to deliver medical oxygen to help alleviate shortages in Ukrainian hospitals.

In a statement released last month (Feb), WHO revealed that Ukraine is currently running ‘dangerously low’ on its supplies of medical oxygen due to disrupted supply lines, compounded by a scarcity of zeolite – a mineral used to separate gases through pressure-swing adsorption (PSA). 

The shortages are accompanied by the ever-present threat of continuous power outages, increasing the risk for multiple critical hospital services. 

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