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1.1 Venomous snakes of South-East Asia
1.3How common are snake bites?
1.4 How do snake bites happen?
1.5 How can snake bites be avoided?
2.1 When venom has not been injected
2.2 When venom has been injected
Symptoms and Signs of Snake Bite
2.3 Clinical pattern of envenoming by snakes in South-East Asia
2.4 Clinical syndromes of snake bite in South-East Asia
2.5 Long term complications (sequelae) of snake bite
Symptoms and Signs of Cobra-spit Ophthalmia
Management of Snake Bites in South-East Asia
4.1 First aid treatment
4.2 Transport to hospital
4.3 Treatment in the dispensary or hospital
4.4 Detailed clinical assessment and species diagnosis
4.5 Investigations/laboratory tests
4.6 Antivenom treatment
4.7 Supportive/ancillary treatment
4.8 Treatment of the bitten part
4.9 Rehabilitation
Management of Cobra Spit Ophthalmia
Conclusions and Main Recommendations
Further Reading
Algorithm: Antivenom Treatment of Snakebite Cases
Antivenoms for Treatment of Bites by South-East Asian Snakes
Measurement of Central Venous Pressure
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57355957 Management of Snake Bite

57355957 Management of Snake Bite

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Published by: Prasanna Babu on Jul 21, 2011
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