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Deepti Beri Nov 24
Look forward to learning more on the issue of from many eminent experts speaking at the Amrita Annual Snakebite 2020 Day II.
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Deepti Beri Nov 24
Eight strategies that urgently need attention to tackle the burden of . Such is the burden that one person dies every 10 min due to snakebite as presented by at the Amrita Snakebite 2020.
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Josh D'Addario Nov 19
having worked with on the topic of at , i'm very excited for what is on the horizon in the field of (even if my heart belongs to the topic...the community just has the best email addresses 🐍)
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Edward Sault 📺 Nov 20
Join us at 1030pm for - + , + , + , & with the weekend weather!
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Prashant Tripathi Nov 23
This Snake bites me yesterday Around 11 Am. I worked all day: had lunch, dinner after dinner i feel some problem told my family & some suggestions from near & dears not sleeping all night. Now i came on this place seen Snake NO MORE.उसको मेरा जहर चढ गया 🙂
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Robert Ofwete Nov 24
🐍bite treatment dsnt involve prophylactic antibiotic therapy. Need for sensitivity tests in potentially infected 🐍 bite wounds prior to Rx. This will help use only effective antibiotics=QR=⬇️AMR=saving limbs and lives.
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carlos amir agassi Nov 17
Sun kissed 💋 morning workouts @ Estancia de Lorenzo
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RDAA Nov 24
With the warmer weather here, snakes are out & about! Those living in rural Australia need to know how to stay safe around snakes & also know . Read a statement from us & find some extra info here:
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icandi💜 Nov 17
It’s the aftermath for me...
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Grace Gysin Nov 18
Really interesting webinar today discussing the role of One Health in reaching the goals for the - hearing how bednets can also be used as a control measure to combat
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Michael Downes Nov 22
interesting and worthwhile read on important global issues in 🐍 and 👇
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Deepti Beri 49m
Burden of in with availability of at only 41 centres across the region. Dr Sanjib Kumar Sharma from at Amrita Snakebite . The neglect continues...
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Stuart Ainsworth 14h
New hard hitting awareness video for from . It doesn't gloss over the reality of this and contains scenes some may find distressing.
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WMworldwide Nov 21
Important piece on a neglected tropical disease with huge public health implications. Climate change and antivenom shortages will only make this more urgent in coming years.
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Venus & The Snake Nov 23
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Healthwire Nov 23
After Malaria And Covid, British Man Survives Cobra Bite In India
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Sarcastic._.Londa👅 Nov 20
Love bite becomes snake bite when she is not your girlfriend anymore..
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Martin Hill Nov 20
RT : Mr Jones has previously suffered from malaria, dengue fever and coronavirus while in India.
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Si🎯 Nov 19
Wont be using that set up again for a while!
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Animauled - Animal Attack News➐ Nov 20
Three dogs die as warm weather brings snakes out early in suburban Hobart
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