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Evaluation of management of snake bites in a teaching hospital in northern Ghana: a retrospective descriptive study
International Journal of Community Medicine and Public Health
Snakebite is a public health problem afflicting mainly rural farmers. We seek to examine the profile and management of snakebite cases presenting to the Tamale Teaching Hospital of Ghana over a 30-month period.Methods: One hundred and ninety-two cases of snakebites presenting to the Tamale Teaching Hospital over a 30-month period from January 2016 to June 2018 were retrospectively analyzed. Information about the clinical manifestation of the snakebites, treatment instituted as well as thedoi:10.18203/2394-6040.ijcmph20190573 fatcat:heeokarydjbllhz7j3jiqdxjvu