The coronavirus vaccine is likely to hit the Indian market by the end of this year or early next year.
The Kharagpur IIT researcher made a new device to take that vaccine so that there is no pain.
This researcher from Kharagpur IIT has responded by making the first micronidyl.
It was the first time in India that such a micronidal was made.
Researchers claim that such fine micronidals have never been made in this country before.
As a result, no more syringes will be needed for injection.
Researchers have developed micro-pumps in addition to micronidyl to push drugs into our bodies.
The two innovative devices were invented by Professor Tarun Kanti Bhattacharya, a researcher in the Department of Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering, IIT Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.
This research paper has already been published in the international science journals Nature and IEEE.
The study was conducted with the financial support of the Union Minister of Science and Technology and the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology.
Young researcher Kanti Bhattacharya said, “We have been conducting this research for the last seven years. Such devices have not yet been made in many countries, not only in this country.”
Researchers at Kharagpur IIT claim that the novelty of this study is that they have been able to reduce the diameter of the needle unexpectedly and make it thinner than hair.
Not only this, but he has also been able to increase the strength of the needle several times so that it does not become pliable in any way.
As a result, the needle will not break when inserted under the skin.
Researcher Kanti Bhattacharya, a young researcher, said, “This micronidyl is thinner than a hair and if inserted into the body, there will be no pain. Can’t touch the bullets. “
Vaccines are also being developed in the Indian market to prevent coronavirus infection.
Researcher Kanti Bhattacharya, a young researcher, said, “In that case, a vaccine has been developed to combat the coronavirus anyone can get the vaccine through this device without any pain.”
However, the researchers claim that no doctor or nurse will be needed to get the vaccine through this device.
In addition to this, researcher Tarun Kanti Bhattacharya and IIT authorities on behalf of Kharagpur IIT.
They started contacting vaccine manufacturers to prevent coronavirus in India.
In this regard, Professor Bhattacharya said, “We are in touch with those who are preparing the vaccine in this country. So that this device can be given along with the vaccine.”