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Lifebank has started oxygen delivery business in Lagos and Abuja to end deaths resulting from lack of low blood oxygen saturation.
Lifebank is a healthcare startup with a focus on providing access to important components of health services in Nigeria.
A report by the Federal Ministry of Health reveals that over 625,000 deaths are caused by diseases associated with hypoxaemia on a yearly basis, and this is mostly in rural areas.
“We believe that no Nigerian should die from a lack of oxygen, and we are working to make this belief a reality, ” the company said.
“We are improving the distribution of oxygen across Nigeria starting with Lagos and Abuja.”
“We offer emergency on-demand deliveries of medical oxygen with pulse oximeter kits, and soon, will offer scheduled deliveries to replenish hospital stock.”