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a bite inflicted by a (venomous) snake

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Baseer became their victim of snake bite in just one week.
A wide spectrum of clinical manifestations may result from a poisonous snake bite, including bite marks on the skin, which range from obvious puncture wounds to almost invisible small scratches.
I've come across most things in my time breeding these dogs but I've never had to deal with a snake bite."
The AAC passed these directives after he was told about unavailability of anti rabies and anti snake bite vaccines at RHC as result of which people's are suffering different problems in case of dogs or snake's bites.
This means locals have to ferry snake bite victims across the Indian Ocean to the King Fahad hospital in Lamu town.
Correlation between timing of ASV administration and complications in snake bites. J Assoc Physicians India 2006;54:717-9.
Some Coast counties, especially Kilifi and Taita Taveta, are among those with high incidents of snake bites.
The traditional medicine here is used not only for snake bites but also for other diseases,' he said.
SNAKE BITES: Two people, including a minor girl, died of snake bites in separate incidents on Sunday.
The increasing incidents of snake bites have created panic among the residents of Rahim Yar Khan.
Snake envenomation occurs when venomous snake bites the animal injecting its venom into the body of the animal.
Sidgi Syed Anwar Hassan from the College of Medicine & Health Sciences, immunology division, have been working for more than 10 years to look for an adequate treatment for snake bites in the Sultanate.
Most often, snake bites mostly occur in evenings and at night when they are accidentally stepped on as they move through leaf litters and scrap materials in the environment.
Poisonous snake bites are an important public health hazard in tropical and subtropical countries, mainly in the rural areas.