Predictors of mortality in patients of poisonous snake bite: Experience from a tertiary care hospital in Central India

@inproceedings{Chaudhari2014PredictorsOM,
  title={Predictors of mortality in patients of poisonous snake bite: Experience from a tertiary care hospital in Central India},
  author={Tejendra Sukdeo Chaudhari and Tushar B Patil and Madhuri M Paithankar and Ragini V. Gulhane and Mangesh B Patil},
  booktitle={International journal of critical illness and injury science},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND AND AIMS This study was undertaken, to assess the clinical parameters in patients of poisonous snakebite, complications which occurred in them, their outcome and to evaluate various clinical predictors of mortality. MATERIALS AND METHODS Four hundred and thirty-two patients of snake bite were admitted, of which 172 did not show any signs of envenomation and excluded. Two hundred and sixty patients had signs of local or systemic envenomation and included. Complete clinical… CONTINUE READING
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