Anand Mahindra Shares Viral Video of Infrared Vein-Finding Technology

New Delhi: Anand Mahindra, Chairman of the Mahindra Group, shared a fascinating video on Saturday showcasing a cutting-edge technology that uses infrared light to locate veins with precision.

Anand Mahindra posted on (twitter) X: “Using infrared light to locate the veins. This spares patients the discomfort of multiple attempts to find a vein when drawing blood. Sometimes, the smallest and least glamorous inventions greatly enhance our medical experiences and, in turn, improve our quality of life.”

Watch The Video :

Shruti Suman

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