Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Dr K. Mathangi Ramakrishnan - Videos


To bring a deformed person back to society is a challenge

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Gujaratis and Muslims are generous


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People are ready to help, at all levels, and that can make life better for the affected

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Employers are sensitive to the needs of the deformed and assign appropriate jobs, but women undergo a lot of difficulties

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Most children with deformities are able to study in normal schools

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What Abdul Kalam told me when he gave me the award

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Financially one may not become as rich by treating burns victims, as in the case of cosmetic surgery

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Situations when facelift becomes necessary

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More than vanity, cosmetic surgery is at times a necessity -- Example of hair transplant

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Terminology problems in insurance industry

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Affordability of deformity surgery

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Education in plastic surgery, and it is not capital intensive


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Research is mainly on skin replacement

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Scar prevention is an area where research is on


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Skin banks, the global practices


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The Kumbakonam fire tragedy

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Protocols for first-aid in the case of burns

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An unforgettable experience

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Burns, a painful way to die

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The world is aghast at self-immolation in India

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The so-called dowry deaths


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Building awareness about burns in schools


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Not advisable to wrongly portray fire in movies

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The mind of a criminal who uses fire as the weapon

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Religious practices leading to burns -- Example of fire-walking

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How cracker industry can label the products responsibly

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Regulations required for crackers

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Products from the Burns Association of India - Apron for housewives

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We need complete statistics of burns across the country, to construct a registry


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