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Suwaseriya Ambulance Service Will be Launch In Northern Province on July 21

Suwaseriya Ambulance Service Will be Launch In Northern Province on July...

The 1990 Suwaseriya ambulance service will be initiated in the Northern Province on July 21, National Policies and Economic Affairs State Minister Dr. Harsha...
Sublingual Nitroglycerin Is Effective in Managing Hypertensive Emergencies

Sublingual Nitroglycerin Is Effective in Managing Hypertensive Emergencies

Rapid and controlled reduction of blood pressure is the main aim in management of hypertensive emergencies. Intravenous administration of antihypertensives are required. However, setting...

Critical care in Sri Lanka – By Prof Vasanthi Pinto

A major milestone in medical history in Sri Lanka will be celebrated on June 15, marking the inauguration of the first Intensive Care Unit...
Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training for the Pre Intern Medical

Compulsory Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training for the Pre Intern...

Compulsory Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training for the Pre Intern Medical Offciers To All Pre Intern Medical Officers Compulsory Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training...
Immediate Glucose Therapy (GIK) Reduces Cardiac Arrest by 50% In Heart Attack

Immediate Glucose Therapy (GIK) Reduces Cardiac Arrest by 50% In Heart...

Immediately giving someone having a heart attack a dose of glucose mixed with insulin and potassium (known as "GIK") could reduce their chance of cardiac arrest or dying by 50%
Blood group o

Having Blood Type ‘O’ Makes Patients Almost Three Times More Likely...

Severe injury patients with an O blood type are almost three times as likely to die than patients with any other blood type, according...

Every Doctor Shoud Know These Antidotes

What are Antidotes?  The Word Antidote Derived From A Greek Word “antididonai”  Which Means Give Against. Antidotes Definition: ”Antidotes are Any Substance  which Are Used To oppose the...

“Is there a doctor on board?”

"Physicians develop recommendations for managing in-flight medical emergencies" "Is there a doctor on board?" Hearing this call go out at 36,000 feet can be anxiety-provoking for...
Antivenom for snake bite sri lanka

Antivenom for snake venom-induced neuromuscular paralysis (Protocol)

Snakebite leads to significant morbidity and mortality globally, with an estimated burden of 421,000 to 1,841,000 envenomings and 20,000 to 94,000 deaths per year....
Blood Test for Concussion

Blood Test for Concussion – FDA Approved

A blood test aimed at guiding management of patients suspected of having concussion won FDA approval on Wednesday, the agency said. The test, which measures levels of...
Risk Factors for Acute Unintentional Poisoning among Children

Risk Factors for Acute Unintentional Poisoning among Children

BACKGROUND: Acute poisoning in children is a major preventable cause of morbidity and mortality in both developed and developing countries. However, there is a...
Accident & Emergency Care Training_Pre Intern

Compulsory Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training for Pre Intern -Updated

The Ministry of Health is committed to provide a comprehensive Health care Service to all the victims of Accidents and emergency conditions, since it...
Compulsory Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training for Pre Interns

Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training for Pre Interns

Compulsory Accident & Emergency Care Scenario Training for Pre Intern, The Ministry of Health is committed to provide a comprehensive Health care Service to...

Management of Unstable Angina and Non ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction

Management of Unstable Angina and Non ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction

Management of Stroke

Management of Stroke
Management of snake bite guidelines srilanka

Management of Snake Bites

Management Guideline of Snake Bites for Srilanka Management of Snake Bites
Snake bite management guidelines in Sri Lanka

Management of Snake Bite in Hospital – 2013

How to Manage snake Bites in Hospitals– 2013 Snakebite is a common medical problem in Sri Lanka. Hospital admissions due to snakebite have increased over the years...

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