Neutralizacion de los efectos locales del veneno de Bothrops asper por un antiveneno polivalente

@article{Gutirrez1981NeutralizacionDL,
  title={Neutralizacion de los efectos locales del veneno de Bothrops asper por un antiveneno polivalente},
  author={Jos{\'e} Mar{\'i}a Guti{\'e}rrez and Fernando Chaves and Ronald Eduardo D{\'i}az Bola{\~n}os and Luis Cerdas and Ermila Rojas and Olga P{\'e}rez Arroyo and Edgardo Villamil Portilla},
  journal={Toxicon},
  year={1981},
  volume={19},
  pages={493-500}
}
Neutralization of Thalassophryne nattereri (niquim) fish venom by an experimental antivenom.
Inhibition of toxic activities of Bothrops asper venom and other crotalid snake venoms by a novel neutralizing mixture.
TLDR
This work suggests that the polyvalent antivenom used in Central America could be enriched with a B. asper serum fraction producing a more effective antivenome, and local application of CaNa2 EDTA to neutralize hemorrhagic toxins, immediately after a snake bite, may provide rapid inhibition of local damage caused by the venoms.
Heparin-antivenom association: differential neutralization effectiveness in Bothrops atrox and Bothrops erythromelas envenoming.
TLDR
It was verified that heparin, in doses of 3 and 6 IU, was not effective in neutralizing the desfibrinating and edema-forming activities of B. atrox venom and the hemorrhagic and coagulant actions of both venoms.
Production of monovalent anti-Bothrops asper antivenom: development of immune response in horses and neutralizing ability.
TLDR
It is proposed that monovalent antivenom may be highly effective in the case of envenomations induced by Bothrops asper venom; its use in treating accidents by L. muta and C. durissus would be indicated only if polyvalent antikenom is not available.
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