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Case of Treatment of Snakebite on Finger with Topical Oxygen Therapy

Choi HJ, Lee DW, Ryu HR, Kim JH, Lee JH

Snakebites, though uncommon, are a potentially serious cause of disability or death. Local symptoms may include pain, edema, or ecchymosis that may progress to skin necrosis or compartment syndrome. This...
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Clinical Significance of Delayed re-evaluation in Initial Symptoms Following Snakebite Injury

Kim DH, Choe SM, Oh YM, Oh JS, Kyong YY, Choi KH

  • KMID: 1848448
  • J Korean Soc Clin Toxicol.
  • 2009 Dec;7(2):97-104.
PURPOSE: Antivenin is a standard therapy in snakebite victims. While the required antivenin dose can be easily estimated, based on the initial symptoms, this strategy may be unsuccessful if the...
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