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Maya: Fighting Infections Saving Lives Paperback – 13 Jun 2016
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About the Author
Kadiyali M Srivatsa graduated from Bangalore Medical College, and thereafter went to the UK, where he is working as a specialist in pediatric intensive and critical care medicine. During his career spanning almost thirty years, he has been sharing the knowledge, experience and diagnostic skills he acquired from great teachers with medical students, junior doctors and nurses.
His interest in medicine, diagnosis and management of acute illnesses started from early childhood, when at the age of six, he cured himself of an attack of Malaria, which was misdiagnosed as typhoid and was being treated as such.
Having understood the practical realities, he does not believe in the theoretical idealism of inventing new antibiotics or tests to fight infections. He invented a simple tool “MAYA” and set up a company 7i Med LTD to integrate this innovation with advances in communication technology.
Dr Maya will help doctors to initially identify individuals with infections and isolate them to help avert epidemics and Pandamics in the future. “Dr. Maya” is the only practical and sensible method to prevent antibiotic resistance and emerging infections that threaten our profession and our very existance.
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