Three cases of envenomation by Stephen's banded snakes

@inproceedings{Comadira2009ThreeCO,
  title={Three cases of envenomation by Stephen's banded snakes},
  author={Gregory P Comadira and David Samuel Green},
  year={2009}
}
Objective To describe three cases of envenomation by the Stephen's banded snake, a species not previously identified as likely to cause serious illness. Clinical features Three cases of envenomation by Hoplocephalus stephensii are presented. Two of the patients had no symptoms and one mild symptoms only. All had significant coagulation disturbances. Intervention and outcome Two patients were managed with tiger snake antivenom. All three recovered uneventfully… CONTINUE READING

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