One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Immediately life-threatening conditions such as hypotension or shock occur in only about 7 percent of envenomations.’
- ‘The trauma alone creates problems for patients, but the injury can be complicated by envenomation.’
- ‘For any eastern coral snake bite with possible envenomation, three to five vials of Antivenin should be administered immediately.’
- ‘Initial treatment of envenomation involves preventing further toxin release by removing any remaining tentacles or other retained animal parts.’
- ‘Local symptoms of nematocyst envenomation from jellyfish stings include burning pain, erythema, edema, urticaria, and bullae formation, all of which can progress to skin necrosis.’
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