Snake Bite Case Treated without Antivenom

2020 ARC Journal of Clinical Case Reports  
Snake venom contains complex enzymes and toxic proteins. The severity of snake bite cases may vary between local findings and mortality. They are chiefly treated with antivenom, necessitating timely intervention in the correct dose. However, antivenom may not be available in all settings, which makes it necessary to plan treatments for symptoms that may arise in patients. This study presents a rare case of snake bite treated in the absence of antivenom.
doi:10.20431/2455-9806.0602005 fatcat:252w6wivgnghdkcsj6goc5fugu