Medical Device Projects
  Total Knee Arthroplasty Laparoscopic Instrument Handle Atraumatic tooth extraction device
Total Knee Arthroplasty Prosthesis currently serves as a solution for osteoarthritis. Imported prosthesis when used in Indian patients causes abnormalities as the anatomical difference in the knee size. A modular design will help in fine adjustments of dimensions of individual components.

Development team includes Ahilan, IIT Bombay and Dr. Vijay Shetty, Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai.

Current status: The device has been manufactured with the static evaluation in FEA presently completed. Dynamic testing in FEA is underway.

Patent Filed: A.Ahilan, R. Ghyar, V. Shetty, B. Ravi, " Modular Total Knee Arthoplasty Prosthesis".

Modular and ergonomic Laparoscopic instrument handle is an answer to surgeons' need for making the instruments less stressful while providing more maneuverability and control. It is expected to be more universal in nature and suitable for fitting a variety of surgical instruments used in laparoscopy.
Development team includes Baisampayan Saha, IDC, IIT Bombay, guided by expert surgeons and faculty.
Bhavin is currently developing an atraumatic tooth extraction device in collaboration with Dr. Neeraj Rohida. The device aims to minimize fractures and facilitate immediate placement of implants.