Introduction Of Sri Lankan Innovations
Sri Lankan Innovations. Two Sri Lankan Inventors, Dr. Mahesh Edirisinghe a Senior Lecturer on the Division of Physics and Mr. Thimira Sanuka Thilakarathna who was an undergraduate on the Division of Physics and presently working as a Momentary Demonstrator in Physics have been achieved a highest degree worldwide recognition for his or her newly invented medical machine. This invention was initially developed as Mr. Thimira’s undergraduate undertaking supervised by Dr. Mahesh Edirisinghe and later developed to extra skilled degree.
By figuring out that the nasal airflow is essential when a doctor look at a affected person, as an preliminary prognosis, these two inventors from College of Colombo invented this invention named, “Nasal Airflow Detection and Circulate Fee Measuring System (NAMS)” which reveals novel nasal circulate measuring machine. It’s a very distinctive machine as presently there is no such thing as a such machine to measure nasal airflow individually. NAMS is able to measuring the circulate charge of the 2 nasal cavities individually and concurrently and it’s moveable machine. It additionally permits measuring the variety of breaths per minute (to watch respiratory type), temperature and the relative humidity of the airflow of two nostril cavities individually. It is very important point out that NAMS can be utilized as an preliminary diagnosing technique for Septum Deviation, Nasal Polyps, Nosebleeds, Rhinitis, Nasal Fractions, Nasal Cycles, Respiration Type and so on. We’re glad to state that NAMS is the world first machine on this nature.
Highest degree worldwide Awards and Achievements:
- World Inventors Affiliation GRAND AWARD with Korean Received 100,000 money AWARD and a GOLD MEDAL on the 4th World Invention Innovation Contest (WiC2018) which was held throughout June 2-3, 2018 in Seoul, Korea.
- GOLD MEDAL on the 46th Worldwide Exhibition of Innovations of Geneva which was held from April 11 to 15, 2018 in Geneva, Switzerland.
That is the primary time in Sri Lanka historical past a Grand Award has been awarded at worldwide degree for an invention invented by Sri Lankans