Règle correspondante
Sri Lanka
Practice Relating to Rule 26. Medical Activities
Sri Lanka’s Prisons Ordinance (1878), as amended to 2005, states:
DUTIES OF OFFICERS
MEDICAL OFFICER
20. (1) It shall be the duty of the medical officer to keep under close observation every prisoner whose health is or is likely to be injuriously affected by any inability or failure to take food or sufficient food, and to subject every such prisoner to any medical treatment that may be necessary at the earliest possible stage after his condition is discovered.
(2) The medical officer may, whenever he considers it to be necessary or advisable, adopt any device or means which may appear to him to be suitable –
(a) for the compulsory feeding of any prisoner who, in the opinion of the medical officer, feigns inability to take food or willfully refuses food with intent to procure a discharge from prison or any exemption from labour or for any other reason; or
(b) for the artificial feeding of any prisoner who has become unconscious or otherwise unable to feed himself.
(3) The medical officer shall personally carry out the compulsory or artificial feeding required in any case referred to in subsection (2), and shall, in every such case, take all due precautions to ensure that no greater force is used than may be reasonably necessary for the purposes of such feeding.
(4) The medical officer shall report to the Superintendent for the information of the Commissioner-General, and to the Director-General of Health Services, full particulars of every case of compulsory or artificial feeding carried out by him.
(5) No criminal prosecution or civil action shall be instituted or maintained against the medical officer in respect of any injury caused or alleged to have been caused to any prisoner by any act of the medical officer in the course of any compulsory or artificial feeding carried out by him or by the omission of the medical officer in the exercise of his discretion to adopt any measures for the compulsory or artificial feeding of the prisoner. 
Sri Lanka, Prisons Ordinance, 1878, as amended to 2005, Article 20.
This article applies to persons deprived of their liberty under Sri Lanka’s Emergency Regulations (2005) pursuant to section 19 of these regulations.
Sri Lanka’s Prisons Ordinance (1878), as amended to 2005, states:
PART II
DUTIES OF OFFICERS
MEDICAL OFFICER
18. (1) It shall be lawful for the Minister after consulting the Minister charged with the subject and function of Health to make rules as to each of the following matters:–
(b) the records to be made respecting sick prisoners;
(2) The medical officer shall obey all rules made Medical under subsection (1).
PART VIII
HEALTH OF PRISONERS
67. All recommendations given by the medical officer in relation to any prisoner, with the exception of orders for the supply of medicines or directions relating to such matters as are carried into effect by the medical officer himself or under his superintendence, shall be entered day by day in his journal, which shall have a separate column, wherein entries shall be made by the Superintendent stating in respect of each recommendation the fact of its having been or not having been complied with, accompanied by such observations, if any, as the Superintendent thinks fit to make, and the date of the entry. 
Sri Lanka, Prisons Ordinance, 1878, as amended to 2005, Articles 18(1)(b), 18(2) and 67.
These articles apply to persons deprived of their liberty under Sri Lanka’s Emergency Regulations (2005) pursuant to section 19 of these regulations.
Sri Lanka’s Emergency Regulations (2005), as amended to 2008, states:
Any … [person] who renders any medical assistance to, or from whom medical assistance is sought by, an injured person who appears to have received such injury consequent to the use of a firearm, bomb, explosive or other lethal substance or device shall record the particulars of the identity of such injured person, the details of the injury and wherever possible the circumstances under which it had been caused and forthwith furnish such information to the nearest Police station. 
Sri Lanka, Emergency Regulations, 2005, as amended to 2008, Section 72.