Can the Addition of Prazosin or Dobutamine to the Antivenom Improve Scorpion Envenomation-induced Cardiotoxicity in Children?

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Scorpions are nocturnal eight legged arthropods that have a wide geographic distribution worldwide. Among 1500 known scorpion species only 50 are considered as venomous species. All venomous scorpion species belong to the large family Buthidae.[1] The venom enters the circulation very rapidly and reaches peak tissue concentration within 37 min inducing… (More)

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@inproceedings{Khalaf2016CanTA, title={Can the Addition of Prazosin or Dobutamine to the Antivenom Improve Scorpion Envenomation-induced Cardiotoxicity in Children?}, author={Mohammed Khalaf and Manal Abdel - Aziz and Abd El-Zaher and Melad G Paulis and M. Basheeruddin Ahmed}, year={2016} }