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IIT Kanpur student wins James Dyson award / IITK

IIT Kanpur student wins James Dyson award / IITK
Subsequent to looking over among specialists, medical caretakers and ward young men, Mohandas discovered larger part of healing centers and facilities in India does not have productive stretcher that exchanges persistent with no agony.

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IIT Kanpur understudy Asish Mohandas
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A retrofit quiet exchange framework has won the India James Dyson grant on Thursday. The item MAATTAM is composed by IIT Kanpur understudy Asish Mohandas as a piece of his last year degree venture.

In the wake of looking over among specialists, medical attendants and ward young men, Mohandas discovered greater part of healing facilities and centers in India does not have proficient stretcher that exchanges quiet with no agony.

"I needed to outline a straightforward, moderate and retrofit arrangement which would most properly take care of the issue of patient move in healing centers and make a superior ordeal, each time the patient is getting exchanged. It will likewise guarantee sidestepping the issue of spine issue while moving," said Asish Mohandas.

The instrument works like a treadmill having a moving stage with a wide transport texture belt and rollers on either closes. MAATTAM being a retrofit can be put over any wheeled stretcher with level best surface and tallness modification office, changing over it into an exchange stretcher. To check the usefulness, a 1:2 scale model was created and was tried by exchanging a mannequin and was later tried with a human body, by exchanging the youngster from a rest unit to the stretcher.

This development will now be running for the International Winner Award and prize cash of £30000. The worldwide champ and finalists will be reported on October 26, 2017.

James Dyson Award works in 23 nations – this year the chase stretched out to India surprisingly. The James Dyson Award searches for astounding yet basic plans with the possibility to hugy affect society.
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