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Youth from a small village makes a device which can prevent disability during injuries

In India, 10%-30% of hospital registrations are due to road traffic injuries and a majority of these people tend to develop varying levels of disabilities due to mishandling. Improper handling of fracture injuries can lead to long-term disorders. This was witnessed by Mayur Sanas, a resident of a small village of Satara district of Maharashtra. His cousin suffered a fracture while playing in school. However, when she was been driven to school, her injury worsened. This led Mayur to dig deep into the problem to find a solution for patients who develop disability due to improper handling of injured parts. 

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