Thursday, 23 January 2014 - 16:33
New software to analyse non communicable diseases
Three doctors have developed a new software which helps save statistics of non-communicable diseases in Sri Lanka. 1000 deaths are reported per day in the country and out of the 1000 death, 650 persons die due to non-communicable diseases.
668 Suwa Divi clinics are currently functioning throughout the island to serve patients suffering from non-communicable diseases, and the new software will be installed at these Suva Divi centers to gather information and analyse the disease.
The new software was developed by Doctors Deepal Wijesuriya, Kosala Srinath Randeniya and Roshan Hewapathirana.