Trauma is one of the most common causes of mortality worldwide with a substantial percentage of deaths resulting secondary to haemorrhages, which are preventable and treatable when adequately managed. This paper offers a review of the current literature on how to successfully resuscitate patients with major haemorrhage.
We describe a case of simultaneous bilateral anterior shoulder dislocation in a 70-year-old gentleman post-trauma. There was no associated motor, sensory or vascular deficit. Patient underwent closed reduction for both his dislocated shoulder joints under general anaesthesia followed by immobilisation for 4 weeks, and subsequent follow-up showed good… (More)
The present work aimed at studying the effect of Ambrosia maritima (Damsissa) on the viability of Lymnaea snails. Lymnaea snails used in these trials were acclimatized to laboratory conditions before use in the toxicity test. The snails were exposed to various concentrations (100-3000 mg/l) of dry powdered Damsissa, Ambrosia maritima was lethal to Lymnaea… (More)