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Turkey-Syria quake victims use Indian Army’s fixators, displayed at Aero India

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At Aero India 2023 in Bengaluru, an Indian Army physician showcased an exterior fixator developed to deal with hand fractures, which is presently being deployed in earthquake-hit Turkey and Syria below Operation Dost emergency aid. News company ANI quoted Colonel Vijay Pandey, who stated that the know-how heals sufferers sooner than different fixators.

Weighing nearly 5 grams, this exterior fixator helps obtain 90 per cent mobility in only a month, when in comparison with six months typically taken by different fixators. Developed particularly for the remedy of intercondylar fractures – often brought on by heavy impression to the hand or elbow – it prices round 300. The machine could be simply fitted by a basic surgeon.

Col. Pandey stated that the brand new fixator has already been utilised within the remedy of a minimum of a 100 sufferers.

The 14th version of Aero India unfold throughout 5 days might be inaugurated on Monday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Bengaluru on Sunday night to inaugurate the occasion, the place plenty of Made-in-India defence merchandise can be exhibited. Governor Thaawarchand Gehlot and chief minister Basavaraj Bommai obtained Modi, who landed in a particular flight of the Air Force, on the HAL Airport.

Under ‘Operation Dost’, India has prolonged big quantities of humanitarian support and particular rescue groups to Turkey and Syria after the devastating calamities. The United Nations denounced on Sunday a failure to get desperately wanted support to war-torn areas of Syria, whereas warning that the demise toll of over 34,800 might double.

The seventh Operation Dost flight reached Syria on Sunday with over 23 tons of aid materials, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi introduced. The Indian Air Force C17 carrying aid materials, medical support, emergency and significant care medicines, medical tools and consumables took off from Hindon Airbase in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad. The plane will first unload aid supplies in Syria after which head to Turkey. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar additionally took to Twitter to share updates concerning the flight departing from Ghaziabad.

(With inputs frm ANI)

Source web site: www.hindustantimes.com

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