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(He was technician at Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar) first brought a local electrosurgical unit home around six years ago for repair. He asked us to check it and see if we could repair it – we told our feather that if we successfully repaired that unit, we would design our own electrosurgical unit. When we started working on our own device, our father told us that the issues with local devices was that the patient feels burns and shocks during surgeries. He told us to ensure maximum safety with our own unit and that is what has enabled us to bring maximum features, combined with safety for our unit.

Since you started out, what has been the biggest challenge? How did you overcome this challenge? Initially, when we started working on this device, we faced some challenges, the most prominent being the financial challenge. In order to overcome this challenge, we provide services to local hospitals for repairing their equipment to cover the costs associated with our product.

What are your future plans for the business? As we are working on our new technology with which we will be the best in the world so we have a plan to export this. Initially, we will export this to the underdeveloped and developing countries. Photos: Jawad Afridi & Bilal Farooq Khan

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For our 4th issue, we explore the ecosystem of KP and the incredible milestones they have achieved in spite of their somewhat limited exposu...

Startup Guide Issue 4  

For our 4th issue, we explore the ecosystem of KP and the incredible milestones they have achieved in spite of their somewhat limited exposu...