COVID warrior. 🎨 Art Ball pen on paper. 🙏 A tribute to those who’ve laid down their lives risking self and family for others.
We at MedTatva [ https://medtatva.com ], have been trying to solve accessibility to healthcare and diagnostic tools by using technology.
Past few days we have put together the best recommendations from CDC and WHO to build a symptom checker that is simple and which could be completed in less than a minute by a non-medical person.
Delighted to announce an #Art Project with Dr. Suresh (Director , #Neurologist , #ICCONS) , Dr. Sekar Michael ( #PediatricAnesthetist, ICCONS) and Dr. Easwar TR (#PediatricOrthopedic & Spine Surgeon , ICCONS) as #FundRaising campaign for treatment of children with #CerebralPalsy, #MovementDisorders, #ChronicPain and #Autism. This will be an ongoing project. #ArtForACause
At a politically tumultuous time when you’re not even sure what secularism, nationalism, sedition, freedom of speech in particular and freedom in general (aazaadi) is, we have here a peice on what constitutes ….for want of better words , shall we say and in the process provoke a redefinition of the word ‘decently dressed’. Thought provoking for the impartial inquirer, revolting to the convent educated elite, too much for even the liberalism chanting neavueau-upworldly mobile, slap in the face for ultra-conservatives. All at the same time. Are we staring at the truth here – for isn’t not truth said to be unpleasant/uncomfortable ?
This piece was a reaction to seeing a room full of amazing black and white photos by Sunil Janah of women who were topless. Like the below photo of a Hill Maria Woman from Bastar. Courtesy of the …
Commemorative day for Cancer passed us by, mostly un-noticed amidst the din of modern self centered life. Here is an article by my dear friend and senior colleague Dr. Sekar Michael who runs a Coimbatore Pain Clinic at Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India and is actively involved in treating under priviliged cancer patients.
This was published in Times Of India, an Indian News Paper.