Definition of Antivenom. Meaning of Antivenom. Synonyms of Antivenom

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Definition of Antivenom

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Meaning of Antivenom from wikipedia

- Antivenom, also known as antivenin, venom antiserum, and antivenom immunoglobulin, is a specific treatment for envenomation. It is composed of antibodies...
- Snake antivenom is a medication made up of antibodies used to treat snake bites by venomous snakes. It is a type of antivenom. It is a biological product...
- toxicologist Geoffrey Isbister suggested IM antivenom was not as effective as IV antivenom, after proposing that IM antivenom took longer to reach the blood serum...
- recommended. Antivenom is effective at preventing death from bites; however, antivenoms frequently have side effects. The type of antivenom needed depends...
- polyvalent antivenom that had no effect on black mamba venom, and 15 of 35 people who received the antivenom died. A mamba-specific antivenom was introduced...
- have occurred since the introduction of modern first-aid techniques and antivenom. Spiders in the family Atracidae are medium to large in size, with body...
- an antivenom exists for black widow spider venom, it is ****ociated with anaphylaxis and therefore not commonly used in the United States. Antivenom against...
- combined with the high costs of producing and maintaining an antivenom supply, means that antivenom (also called "antivenin") production in the United States...
- to create antivenom. The only commercially available antivenom is for the Indo-Pacific stonefish, Synanceja trachynis Stonefish Antivenom (SFAV). It...
- mortality rate of 100%. Antivenom therapy is the mainstay of treatment for black mamba envenomation. A polyvalent antivenom produced by the South African...
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