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Manian Medical Centre bags 7 Awards

Manian Medical Centre bags 7 Awards

According to the World Health Organization, an average of 150,000 people, mostly farmers, die every year due to the bites of poisonous snakes. Snake bites are  common during the rainy season. 


And most of the snakebite deaths occur among the low-income people in rural areas. Such people often resort to folk medicine for snakebite. 

When proper treatment is not effective, the effects of snakebites increase, especially kidney damage and the need for blood purification would high. 

Due to this, the medical cost increases many times. In this environment Dr. Su. Senthilkumar of Erode Maniyan Medical Center, detected a new biomarker, which could help treat the disease at less  cost. 

This study was recognized by Salem Periyar University Prof. N. Ilango and Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R. Medical University prof Thirumalaikkolundu Subramaniam, and Sakthivel Vaiyapuri, who works as a professor at Reading University in England. 

The research was published in the international journal research a renowned journal of toxicology research in the United States. 


Maniyan Medical Center has received 7 international excellence awards so far for this research data.