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  • TitelWhat you should do if bitten by a snake
    Grad af anerkendelseInternational
    Mediets navn/udløbPhys.org
    MedietypeInternet
    Dato09/04/2018
    BeskrivelseBut elsewhere in the world it is a different case: Up to 150,000 people die each year from snakebites, and around 400,000 receive amputations as a result of a bite. In the majority of cases, inaccessible treatment is to blame, but it can also be due to a lack of knowledge of how to respond when bitten.
    The authors behind a new book about some of the worlds most dangerous snakes hopes to address this.
    "We describe a treatment method for each type of snake that is classified as dangerous to people. So doctors can look up and see what they can do in the cases that they encounter. In this way, the book should improve treatment options," says co-author and biologist Arne Redsted Rasmussen from the School of Conservation, Denmark. Read more at:https://phys.org/news/2018-04-bitten-snake.html
    Producer/forfatterCharlotte Price Persson ScienceNordic
    URL (web adresse)https://phys.org/news/2018-04-bitten-snake.html
    PersonerArne Redsted Rasmussen