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Synonyms for antivenin

an antitoxin that counteracts the effects of venom from the bite of a snake or insect or other animal


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Premedication with subcutaneous adrenaline should be considered, as some studies suggest that it is effective in reducing incidence of antivenom reactions caused by some antivenoms.
Antivenoms from countries other than the country in which the snake species occurs are suitable for use without local clinical trials.
However, thanks to the availability of antivenom, together with widespread educational efforts and heightened media attention, only about a dozen deaths from North American crotalid snakebites are reported each year.
The federal government will pay up to $2493 per antivenom vial in the case of a snake bite.
Snake bite victims may require specific medical interventions such as the administration of antivenoms.
The partnership between the three Universities involved in the project is a landmark example of how international cooperation can help to solve the challenge of delivering, high quality, effective antivenoms to developing world nations," he said.
Students also learn about antivenoms and how they are made using a weak mixture of an animal's venom.
Several countries produce specific antivenoms for individual snake species (see WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia).
Randomized comparative trial of three antivenoms in the treatment of envenoming by lance--headed vipers (Bothrops jararaca) in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Some cases also received antibiotic treatment and antivenoms (AVs).
rarely have been involved in the management and treatment of venomous snakebites due to the availability of effective antivenoms for neurotoxic coral snake bites.
Antivenoms for both spiders are now commonly used to minimise effects of spider venom and prevent mortality.
Poison-control centers typically keep such polyvalent antivenoms on hand rather than stocking vials of antivenoms geared toward each of the poisonous species in the area.
Dr Creer, of the University of Wales, Bangor, has worked out a way of using the DNA of various species of pit viper to help improve the antivenoms administered to people who have been bitten by the snakes.