The Better India published about Dr. Pawan Mehrotra and how "Poorti Kit" was developed, how it works and how to use it.
Samarthan publishes an exclusive interview of Dr. Pawan Mehrotra along with his team at Aarna Biomedical Products.
Human empathy has given rise to innovation in the field of post-surgery inner-wear. Poorti Kit is helping survivors beat the breast cancer blues.
A holistic and affordable non invasive kit for post operative rehabilitation of breast cancer patients, innovated by Dr. Pawan Mehrotra and his team.
“Poorti “ is an indigenously developed prosthesis which is a combination that is light weight and soft with a feel of a real breast. The trial kit is available at Chennai Breast Centre.
Aarna Biomedical Products has a simple low-cost solution for women who have undergone mastectomy, and is making women feel complete again.
Aarna Biomedical Products Private Limited were among the Top 10 teams who had the opportunity to present their ideas at the Smart Fifty Program - 50 Solutions to Transform India, organized by IIMCIP, in association with DST.
'Poorti’, a portable, user-centric, post-mastectomy kit, helps breast cancer survivors regain their confidence and femininity.
Poorti Kit, will provide relief to breast cancer patients through breast prosthesis and associated accessories. The innovator, Dr. Pawan Mehrotra has been able to file a patent for the manufacturing process of these kits already.
Urban innovator Dr. Pawan Mehrotra presents Poorti Kit, a holistic device providing relief to breast cancer patients, at the National Conference on Social Innovators
Poorti is a kit with breast prosthesis and related accessories, specially designed to provide an all round solution to breast cancer survivors at an affordable cost.
A pioneering reality television show spotlighting skills and innovations. Aarna Biomedical Products has been featured showing Poorti, the complete solution.
The Mint selects Aarna Biomedical Products working on low cost breast prosthesis as one of the 50 Startups that are contributing to the idea of sarvodaya, or progress for all.