Dr. Surajit Giri, a renowned snakebite expert hailing from Sivsagar, Assam receives an invitation on behalf of Oxford University, London, the United Kingdom for participating in an online special discussion. Under Dr. Surajit Giri’s supervision, more than five hundred toxic snakebite patients have recovered so far.
Dr. Giri informed that both the national and international snake experts are collecting figures of Pit Vipers for a serious examination. He also added that international scientist, Dr. Anita Malhotra who conducted a research on Pit Vipers, is going to publish data regarding the same in Sivsagar as well as Assam at the University of Oxford, England on August 25-27 at the Venom and Toxin Conference.
He further informed that they in the future will try to provide assistance or medicinal help in every village that gets trapped by the pit viper. Well, Pit vipers, such as the rattlesnake, copperhead, and cottonmouth are poisonous snakes and they puncture marks on the skin, but you won’t always see any marks.