Mary Anbarasi Johnson*
Department of College of Nursing, CMC Vellore, TN, India
*Corresponding Author: Mary Anbarasi Johnson, Department of College of Nursing, CMC Vellore, TN, India.
Received: November 22, 2022; Published: December 19, 2022
Snake bites are common in Indian scenario and some are poisonous snakes and often if it’s a non venoumous snake bite parents and children panic and children may go in to psychological shock status and its imperative that parents are taught about the snake bite and the consequences, early management for preserving the life of children. This short article will enlighten about the parental education about snake bites for them to be proactive in prevention and seeking early interventions.
Keywords: Cytotoxic; Neurotoxic; Hematotoxic; Coagulation
Citation: Mary Anbarasi Johnson. “Snake Bite and Its Management - Educating Parents". Acta Scientific Clinical Case Reports 4.1 (2023): 36-38.
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