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Report of a WHO workshop on the standardization and control of antivenoms.
A workshop to discuss progress in the standardization and control of antivenoms, organized by the Quality Assurance and Safety of Biologicals Unit of WHO, was held at the National Institute forExpand
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Human cerebral malaria. A quantitative ultrastructural analysis of parasitized erythrocyte sequestration.
For investigation of the pathogenesis of cerebral malaria, immediate postmortem samples from brain and other tissues of patients dying with Plasmodium falciparum malaria, with (CM) or without (NCM)Expand
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Confronting the Neglected Problem of Snake Bite Envenoming: The Need for a Global Partnership
Envenoming resulting from snake bites is an important public health hazard in many regions of the world, yet public health authorities have given little attention to the problem.
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Snakebite Mortality in India: A Nationally Representative Mortality Survey
Background India has long been thought to have more snakebites than any other country. However, inadequate hospital-based reporting has resulted in estimates of total annual snakebite mortalityExpand
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WHO/SEARO Guidelines for the clinical management of snake bites in the Southeast Asian region.
  • D. Warrell
  • Medicine, Geography
  • The Southeast Asian journal of tropical medicine…
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Snake bite
Snake bite is a common and frequently devastating environmental and occupational disease, especially in rural areas of tropical developing countries. Its public health importance has been largelyExpand
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Frequent and potentially fatal envenoming by hump-nosed pit vipers (Hypnale hypnale and H. nepa) in Sri Lanka: lack of effective antivenom.
In a prospective study of snake bites involving 10 hospitals in Sri Lanka, 302 (35%) of 860 patients with bites by identified snakes proved to have been bitten by hump-nosed pit vipers (301 byExpand
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Guidelines for the Management of Snake-bites
Some people may be laughing when looking at you reading in your spare time. Some may be admired of you. And some may want be like you who have reading hobby. What about your own feel? Have you feltExpand
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The Global Snake Bite Initiative: an antidote for snake bite
Clinicians have for a long time witnessed the tragedy of injury, disability, and death from snake bite that is a daily occurrence in many parts of Africa, Asia, and Latin America. To many peopleExpand
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Bites of venomous snakes.
  • D. Warrell
  • Medicine
  • The New England journal of medicine
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