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Title: Clinical evaluation of snakebites in Vietnam: A study from Cho Ray hospital
Authors: LE KHAC QUYEN
Keywords: snakebites, snakes of Vietnam, snakebite management, snake envenomation, snake venom detection
Issue Date: 21-Feb-2004
Source: LE KHAC QUYEN (2004-02-21). Clinical evaluation of snakebites in Vietnam: A study from Cho Ray hospital. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Snakebite health hazard has not been studied throughly in Vietnam. The prospective study aimed to evaluate clinical aspects on snakebite management. 122/131 patients were bitten by venomous snakes. Snake species were identified in 47 cases by using venom detection kit. Venom concentrations were measured by venom quantitation kits. Average levels of venoms between severe and moderate levels were significantly different, P
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/16435
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