‘Snakepedia’ app launched in Kerala to help people treat snake bites


Team Udayavani, Feb 15, 2021, 3:06 PM IST

An android mobile application has been launched by a team of scientists, nature lovers and doctors in Kerala to help people and doctors treat snake bites.

The app, ‘Snakepedia’, informs the user with the help of pictures, infographics and podcasts and analyses first-aid and treatment. It also has an online helpline menu for identification of snakes.

Talking to ANI, Sandeep Das, the EDGE fellow, Zoological Society of London said, “We have a habit of bringing snakes to the hospital along with the bitten patient. Even if it is not necessary, if snakes are identified, the treatment will be better. WhatsApp groups for helping doctors identifying snakes are working with the help of research. This app will help doctors as well as the public.”

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