Safe MIS in Rural Areas: An Experience with SEESHA

By Dr. Deepak David Chellappa and Dr. J. Gnanaraj | Published: Sep 2017 Volume: 6


SEESHA is a charitable trust that organizes surgical camps in remote and rural areas of our country offering Minimally Invasive Surgeries to the poor and the marginalized [1, 2]. The first author had the privilege of joining some of the surgical camps in Northeast India. We describe some of the ideas that are used for making MIS safe in rural areas.


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