Access to sterilized equipment is required to prevent the transmission of diseases from instruments during surgical procedure. Global healthcare needs access to safe surgical sterilization, lack of which drives up the infection rates. Inadequate sterilization may also contribute to the spread of HIV and other diseases that spread via contact through bodily fluids.
The mismanagement at post-harvest leads to 45% loss in fruits, vegetables and tubers (FVT) raising social, economical and environmental concerns. India annually produces fruits and vegetables of the value of about ₹7000 crores and wastage may be
of the order of ₹2100 crores. This is a huge loss of valuable food even when the minimum food requirement of the population is not met.
Globally, waterborne diseases are responsible for 2 million deaths each year, with the majority occurring in children under 5. The world health organization (WHO) estimates that one tenth of the global disease burden can be achieved by improving water sanitation and hygiene.
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Thanks Saveetha University for the honor
Dr. Dave received the Women Entrepreneur Award, 2020 conferred by Saveetha Dental College, Chennai. It was indeed an absolute honour to receive from Dr. Vijaya Bharathi, Director, Sundaram Medical Foundation, Chennai.