Before the introduction of the North American coral snake antivenin in 1967, there was about 1 death every few years from the Eastern coral snake.
These are the same results reported by Kitchens and Van Mierop (6) in the largest Eastern coral snake study published to date.
This study contradicts some findings from other studies of the Eastern coral snake.
These bites produce less severe effects than bites from the Eastern coral snake.
Pressure-immobilization bandages delay toxicity in a porcine model of eastern coral snake (Micrurus fulvius micrurus) envenomation.