Remote Envenomation Consultancy Services RECS was developed to assist healthcare providers at various levels of clinical management for bites/stings and envenoming from venomous animals (or poisoning from toxins). Remote Envenomation Consultancy Services is a-24hr ‘on-call’ consultation service and training provider, mainly but not exclusively, for healthcare providers since 2010. This unique service was officially established in early 2012. RECS Consultants are made up of Emergency Physicians who are members of MST with special interest in clinical toxinology. The efforts of RECS is recognized and supported by MST. The main objective of RECS is to enhance a favorable outcome by optimizing and advocating appropriate treatment modalities at every level of clinical management.

Consultation is established through telephone calls, email and various forms of short text messaging systems. Smart mobile communication devices are essential for the success of RECS. Various consultation channels/groups called ' have been created on mobile apps e.g. Whatsapp exclusively for Doctors (at all levels and specialties) and Pharmacists from various healthcare facilities in Malaysia. RECS Malaysia also supports and enjoys a close partnership with RECS Indonesia and RECS Philippines.


 Dr Zainalabidin Mohamed @ Ismail

Dr Azhana Hassan

Dr Mohd Shukruddeen Salleh

Dr Ruth Sabrina Safferi

Dr Yvonne Teo Chiang Hoon

Dr Razak Daud

Dr Noredelina Mohd Noor

Dr Mohd Zaki Fadzil Senek

Dr Anisah Adnan

Dr Ahmad Khaldun Ismail


Dr Ririek Andri

Dr dr Tri Maharani


Dr Patrick Tiglao

Dr  Emelia B Santamaria

Dr Kenny Lloyd Taborada

Dr Francis Bonn Blanco

RECS-MST conducts the popular Intermediate-level workshop/seminar/course for healthcare providers called Snake Bite Envenoming Management SEM and Marine Envenoming & Poisoning MEP. SEM & MEP workshop/seminar/course is conducted several times a year based on the request from various organisers.

 General Objective
To increase awareness and knowledge on the optimal and appropriate management of snake bite & marine envenoming/poisoning in the pre-hospital and hospital settings

 Specific Objectives
 To introduce and practice appropriate first aid 
To identify venomous/poisonous snakes and marine animals and their primary venom effects
 To introduce the appropriate antivenom for Malaysia and the indications for use
To introduce the clinical management guidelines and image gallery relevant for Malaysia
 To increase the knowledge and confidence level of healthcare providers in managing snakebite / marine animals envenoming & poisoning

 RECS Involvement in Educational Activities


Interested parties or individuals who wish to organise SEM / MEP or to invite RECS consultants to conduct Continuous Medical Education CME seminars or public awareness programs/talks, please


Ms Cecily or Mr Benjamin
Program Managers

+6019 770 2454  or  +6017 431 2878