Monthly Archives: September 2015

What you need to know about “Rubber Bullet” in Nepal used by riot police kill 4 year old boy.


note: be sure to click on the colored words. they are hyperlinks. News from Bhairawaha In USA we have ample access to firearms, and there are many nurses and doctors  (including me) with experience with ballistic wounds of all kinds. Starting in … Continue reading

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Somebody who is not exactly with Dr KC in Nepal


please share widely Right now I am not exactly with Dr KC even though I agree with him that things need to be fixed and brought out into the open. Dr KC is a positive and inspiring role model. The … Continue reading

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What nurses and doctors need to know about the patient in eastern Nepal pulled from Ambulance and murdered Sept 11th, 2015


Every nurses and doctor in Nepal has probably already heard about the patient that was thrashed and killed by a mob in eastern Terai Friday. (Kathmandu) The Red Cross in Nepal expresses its deep concern at increased incidents of vandalization of ambulances … Continue reading

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Two doctors thrashed at Patan Hospital Sept 10, 2015 and what to do about it


ATTENTION: the text in color, is “hyperlinks” – click on each colored word and it will lead you to another place that provides background. News from Patan Two doctors got beaten by angry relatives of a patient, at Patan Hospital. here … Continue reading

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#Nepal is more than just Everest and Kathmandu. A quick guide to the Terai


  This entry is not about current events, though I will reiterate my  plea to stop the violence. It’s to educate people as to The Terai of Nepal. (note; I am publishing it now but that does not mean it’s finished. … Continue reading

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What every nurse and doctor in Nepal needs to know about Triage of mass casualties Sept 7, 2015


The protests and response in Nepal are continuing and many people are worried they will get larger and more aggressive, provoking more violence as the Army tries to control things. I am not here to take sides. The politics are … Continue reading

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Hospitals in Nepal Terai and elsewhere need to keep their workers safe Sept 2 2015


update:  a short video about the incident in Rajbiraj Zonal Hospital https://youtu.be/TdgVjSCPpXg This will be brief.  And this blog entry does not take sides in the current Andolan. It is my prayer for Nepal that everyone will live long and prosper. The … Continue reading

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