About the Practice
Problem Statement:

NStomoz - Vascular anastomosis assist device


This novel technology keeps the lumen open to the surgeon, view while simultaneously clamping the blood vessel. This greatly deskills the process by allowing the surgeon to suture with minimal manipulation of the NStomoz - Vascular anastomosis assist device Anand Parikh Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Guided by Prof Venkatesh Balasubramanian, Dr. V B Narayanamurthy Anand Parikh vessel, thereby reducing the possibility of vessel damage and saving pricey operation theatre (OT) time lost during manipulation. It has leveraged the efficiency of sutures and eliminated its biggest flaw, in order to create a reusable, sterilizable, easy-to-use alternative to vascular clamps whose operation is majorly aligned with the standard technique. This is achieved at a low price. It combines frugality with quality by providing better care to patients with lower occupational hazards, to surgeons, thereby generating greater value for all

About the Innovator

Knowledge Provider / Innovator: Anand Parikh
Address: Madras, chennai, Tamilnadu
City: chennai
State: Tamil Nadu
PIN Code 600036

Email: anandparikh92@gmail.com
Contact No: 26568956, 9884315583

Practice Details

Link: all specialties to perform anastomosis faster, safer
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Problem Scale: India

GIAN Reference: GIAN/UAL/1066

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