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Risk factor, monitoring, and treatment for snakebite induced coagulopathy: a multicenter retrospective study

Jeon YJ, Kim JW, Park S, Shin DW

BACKGROUND: Snakebite can cause various complications, including coagulopathy. The clinical features of snakebite-associated coagulopathy differ from those of disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) caused by other diseases and its treatment is...
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Mallet Deformity of Distal Phalanx of Index Finger after Snake Bite

Kang HY, Park ES, Nam SM

Snakebites, though uncommon, are a potentially serious cause of disability or death. Snakebites present as puncture wounds or scratches. Local symptoms may include pain, edema, or ecchymosis that may progress...
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Fasciotomy in compartment syndrome from snakebite

Kim YH, Choi JH, Kim J, Chung YK

BACKGROUND: Local symptoms and signs of snake envenomation mimic the clinical features of compartment syndrome. It is important to measure the intracompartmental pressure to diagnose compartment syndrome. In this study,...
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Usefulness of delta neutrophil index for early prediction of overt disseminated intravascular coagulopathy in patients with venomous snakebite

Cha YS, Lee KH, Lee SJ, Kwon HC, Lee JW, Kim HI, Kim OH, Cha KC, Kim H, Hwang SO

OBJECTIVE: Clinically, consumptive coagulopathy, such as disseminated intravascular coagulopathy (DIC), is the most important among the common venomous snakebite complications owing to the serious hemorrhage risk associated with this condition....
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Geographical distribution of health indicators related to snake bites and envenomation in Morocco between 1999 and 2013

El Hattimy F, Chafiq F, Hami H, Mokhtari A, Soulaymani A, Rachida SB

OBJECTIVES: Envenomation from snake bites is a significant cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. The aim of this study was to describe the epidemiological features of snake bites in Morocco...
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Prognostic Predictors of Outcome in Patients with Snake Bite, Based on Initial Findings in the Emergency Department

Baek IY, Kim TK, Jin SC, Cho WI

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to identify predictors of serious poisoning in patients with snake bite based on initial findings. METHODS: We conducted a retrospective study of patients with snake bite...
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Does the Traditional Snakebite Severity Score Correctly Classify the Envenomated Patients with Snake?

Kang S, Moon J, Chun B

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to help set the domestic guidelines for administration of antivenom to envenomated patients with snake. METHODS: This retrospective observation case series comprised 128 patients...
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Does the traditional snakebite severity score correctly classify envenomated patients?

Kang S, Moon J, Chun B

OBJECTIVE: This study aims to help set domestic guidelines for administration of antivenom to envenomated patients after snakebites. METHODS: This retrospective observational case series comprised 128 patients with snake envenomation. The...
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Cutaneous Fusariosis in Unprotected Snake Bite Wound of Farmer's Hand

Son ET, Choi HJ, Lee YM, Kim JH, Nam DH, Cho HD

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Development of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome after a Snake Bite: A Case Report

Seo YH, Park MR, Yoo SH

The occurrence of CRPS after a snake bite was very rare, only two cases were reported worldwide. Here we report a case that the 44-year-old female patient bitten by snakes...
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Antivenom for snake bite in Korea

Lim H, Kang HG, Kim KH

In Korea, there are four types of snakes, Glyoidius brevicaudus, G. intermedius (formerly named, saxatilis), G. ussuriensis, Rhabdophis tigrinus. The case-fatality rate in snake bite envenomation is very low. Snake...
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Splenic Hemorrhage with Hemoperitoneum Caused by a Snakebite

Yhi JY, Yeo Y, Kim JY, Oh IH, Hwang SW, Lee SK, Kwak DS, Choi JY, Kim JE, Park JS

In Asia, snakebites are estimated to affect 4 million people every year, and of these, 100,000 people are estimated to die. In Korea, snakebites occur frequently from the spring to...
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The Effectiveness of Antivenin in Treating Snake Bites Resulting in Minimal Clinical Symptoms

Han SK, Kim IS, Ryu S, Lee JW, Kim SW, Yoo IS, You YH, Park JS, Min MG

  • KMID: 2331918
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2007 Dec;18(6):577-583.
PURPOSE: Serious complications from snake bite envenomization are relatively rare in Korea. According to standrad treatment guidelines for local and systemic injuries, antivenin is not recommended for snake bite cases...
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Bilateral Oculomotor Nerve Palsy after Snake Bite

Sohn EH, Choi SY, Kim DH, Kim J, Kim JM, Lee AY

  • KMID: 2343276
  • J Korean Neurol Assoc.
  • 2007 Aug;25(3):440-441.
No abstract available.
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A case Report of Hyponatremia Resulting from Treatment of Anaphylaxis and Rhabdomyolysis in a Snake Bite Patient

Kim SP, Yoon DH, Kim SJ, Cho SH, Cho NS

  • KMID: 2331665
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2007 Jun;18(3):263-266.
Hyponatremia is a condition of body fluid and electrolyte imbalance frequently encountered in clinical practice. However, treatment with small amounts of furosemide has in rare instances been reported to be...
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Hematological Features of Coagulopathy and the Efficacy of Antivenin Therapy for a Korean Snakebite

Lee BJ, Hong SI, Kim HS, Kim TH, Lee JH, Kim HJ, Ryu BY, Kim HK

  • KMID: 2096396
  • J Korean Surg Soc.
  • 2007 Jan;72(1):18-26.
PURPOSE: Snake venom induced coagulopathy is a major cause of both morbidity and mortality among affected patients. The effects of venomous factors to coagulation cascade and fibrinolysis were verified by...
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A Case with Ophthalmoplegia Following Snake Bite

Min JH, Do HS, Hong SW, Han SK, Kim IS, Ryu S, Kim SW, Yoo IS

  • KMID: 2331478
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2006 Oct;17(5):509-511.
Ophthalmoplegia following snake bite is a rare but not serious neurotoxic complication. However, symptoms like diplopia, blurred vision, and ocular discomfort can be emotionally devastating for a patient. We experienced...
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Initial Assessment of the Snakebites with Local effects

Jun DH, Lee DP, Choi WI

  • KMID: 2331423
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2004 Dec;15(6):523-530.
PURPOSE: Life-threatening effects from poisonous snakebites seem to be relatively rare in Korea. Therefore, the purpose of our study is to verify a new triage system by using mainly the...
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Paralytic Exotropia from Pit Viper Snakebite

Cho IO, Chang SD, Lee SY

  • KMID: 2337183
  • J Korean Ophthalmol Soc.
  • 2004 Nov;45(11):1939-1944.
PURPOSE: The authors report their experience with four cases of paralytic exotropia from a pit viper snakebite, accompanied with a literature review. METHODS: Four patients (two males and two females)...
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Cerebral Infarction Following Snakebite

Lee HM, Hong HP, Kim DP, Kim MC, Ko YG

  • KMID: 1998694
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2004 Oct;15(5):420-425.
There are only three species of poisonous snakes in Korea. Deaths from poisonous snakebites are rare in Korea, but the World Health Organization estimates that as many as 30,000 to...
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