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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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He had two vials of tiger snake antivenom approximately four hours post-bite.
I would like to make the public and the Health Ministry aware to ensure adequate antivenom is available in Bahrain as soon as possible.
Rudman assured me that our emergency rooms either have antivenom or can obtain it, even when a snake is very rare.
Antivenom [Serum antiscorpionique (labs 50)[R]] yapildy (5 cc antivenom 1/10 oraninda serum fizyolojik ile sulandirildiktan sonra intravenoz olarak yapildi).
Researchers from the Australian Venom Research Unit (AVRU) at the University of Melbourne have collaborated with scientists from the University of Papua New Guinea and the University of Costa Rica, to develop new antivenom against the lethal Papuan taipan.
Students also learn about antivenoms and how they are made using a weak mixture of an animal's venom.
I know where the snakes are in this area, so I knew the kind of poisonous snake that was in that village, as well as the antivenom," he says.
To reduce this number the specific and affordable antivenom must be available in hospitals, along with physicians properly trained in management of snake bites.
But now there is hope for an antivenom, and it comes from Mexico.
Bites by the Western Coral Snake, an entirely different species, have never been covered by antivenom because they are not known to cause potentially fatal respiratory failure.
The only anti-venom available in Abu Dhabi hospitals is Polyvalent Snake Antivenom (Equine), which contains immunoglobulin fraction in a sufficient quantity to neutralise 25 times the lethal dose of venom of six species of snakes, including Bitis Arietans, Cerastes Cerastes, Echis Carinatus, Echis Coloratus, Naja Haje and Walterinnesia Aegyptia.
The bite will be fatal unless treated with antivenom and I am too isolated to reach assistance before the venom takes effect--for simplicity's sake, suppose that I know all of this.
On the presence of antibodies against bovine, equine and poultry immunoglobulins in human IgG preparations, and its implications on antivenom production.
Irukandji and box jellyfish have killed more people in Australia than great white sharks and crocs combined, so scientists had to race against time to find an effective antivenom and treatment.