Tech Desk, Web4Study, New Delhi
Updated Fri, 24 Apr 2020 06:01 PM IST
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The Corona Warriors who fix the X-ray machine from a gaming console are named Abhishek Shankar Nadgir, a resident of Bangalore. Abhishek is a customer care engineer in the Health and Medical Equipment (HME) department of Samsung India. Recently, Abhishek received a call from a well-known private hospital in Bangalore and was told that the digital X-ray machine had malfunctioned. This hospital is a Covid Center.
After receiving the call, Abhishek somehow reached the hospital. Upon reaching the hospital, Abhishek checked the machine and found that there were some problems with his two hard drives – SATA hard drive and SSD, but the replacement parts could not be called from the warehouse due to the lockdown.
After this, seeing the delicate condition of the patient admitted in the ICU, he removed the hard drive from his sister’s laptop and the SSD from the gaming console lying at home and fixed the x-ray machine. Abhishek said that he is very fond of gaming, but when someone’s life is at stake, then his passion for gaming does not matter. Samsung has saluted its Corona Warriors.
Let us know that recently under the citizenship program ‘Samsung Smart Healthcare’, Samsung India has supplied digital X-ray and ultrasound machines in government hospitals. These machines are installed in hospitals in Noida, Rajkot and Pune, which are specially designated for treatment of Kovid-19.