Faculty of Medicine, University of Peradeniya - Sri Lanka.
How easy is it to access
insecticides for self-poisoning?
Will safer storage help reduce
incidence of self-harm?
Is existing antivenom effective?
Do we have an alternative?
Is existing anti-venom for snakebite effective?
Can we make it better?
Is there an alternative to anti-venom?
Low Cost Diagnostics
Can we deliver tests
where they are needed?
Are they accurate?
Do they save lives?
Neuromuscular Effects of Common Krait (Bungarus caeruleus) Envenoming in Sri Lanka.
Silva, Anjana, Kalana Maduwage, Michael Sedgwick, Senaka Pilapitiya, Prasanna Weerawansa, Niroshana J. Dahanayaka, Nicholas A. Buckley, Christopher Jo...
February 1, 2016
Non-fatal self-poisoning across age groups, in Sri Lanka
Rajapakse, Thilini, Helen Christensen, Sue Cotton, and Kathleen Margaret Griffiths. "Non-fatal self-poisoning across age groups, in Sri Lanka." Asian ...
January 8, 2016
Clinical pharmacy in Sri Lanka: translating training into practice
Coombes, Ian, Judith Coombes, and Andrew Dawson. "Clinical pharmacy in Sri Lanka: translating training into practice." Journal of Pharmacy Practice an...
December 29, 2015